Your student will meet six times a week with a faculty advisor to check in on goals and talk about issues big and small. The advisor acts as a mentor and advocate for your child—and is the first point of contact between Dunn and home with frequent parent updates.
Because the majority of faculty members live on campus, residential students have access to adults at virtually all times. Advisors are a vital part of each student’s daily life. In addition to weekly meetings, students have easy access to their advisors, formally and informally over meals, on the athletic field, in between classes, and on the weekends.
Students learn to become their best in this network of caring, involved adults who hold them accountable for their actions and share with them in their successes.