Office of the Dean
A Message from the Dean
I am committed to providing students with:
- An array of major choices available in any fine liberal arts college.
- The time and close advising to explore different majors.
- Courses taught almost entirely by full-time, tenure-track faculty with terminal degrees (PhDs and MFAs) from the best universities.
- The opportunity to live and learn in the company of like-minded students who came to Purchase to “Think Wide Open” and create change.
- The challenge to discover their own voices.
- An emphasis on creativity so that they are well-positioned to design their own jobs.
Meet Our Faculty and Staff
Time: 1:00pm—2:00pmNetwork Q&A: Meet the Committee
Join the Purchase Women’s Leadership Network (PWLN) for an inaugural meet and greet with an audience Q&A. Learn how to get involved and benefit from the network. An introduction to the PWLN Network committee members and our mission to support women in finding ways to thrive during change. We are living in a world of transitions. Often women are faced with the task of trying to keep pace with a social structure that emphasizes a have it all mentality. What does that mean in our current economic climate and how can we support careers women are looking to have? The PWLN is a resource for Purchase women alumni and students to voice the programs and support they need. We help women navigate the creation and maintenance of a career they wish to have. The PWLN encourages the involvement of women to nurture, support, elevate, network, and evoke positive change.
This event is hosted by the Office of Alumni Engagement in Partnership with the Purchase College Alumni Association.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing details about joining the online event.
He was considered by many in the field of anthropology to be one of the most brilliant minds of his generation.
The associate professor of chemistry is part of a research team that received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Journalism major Sonia Barkat ’21 recently had a book of plays published, Winter Stars: Three 10-Minute Plays: From Tragedy to Fantasy to Comedy.
Solangie Anulsa Ledesma ’20 pays tribute to the assistant principal who influenced her life as a teenager.
Winners will use the funds to expand Black Lives Matter protest reporting on their lauded Twitter account, NYC Protest Updates 2020.
“The Live Performance and Interactive Media” summer workshop is organized by Professor of Acting David Bassuk.
Students in the following programs who achieve the specified grade point averages (GPAs) are awarded the honor of Dean’s List, which is recorded on the student’s transcript. These GPAs are based on at least 12 credits graded A+ through F; grades of P, NC, UP, SP, CR, and INC do not apply. Students who earn a grade of UP or NP are ineligible.
- BA and BS programs: A semester GPA of 3.50 is required.
- BFA and MusB programs: A semester GPA of 3.75 is required.
Dean’s List students are notified by the Office of Communication and Creative Services after all incomplete grades have been resolved for the previous semester. (typically 6-8 weeks after the semester ends).
Questions? Contact the appropriate office.