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The Office of Alumni Relations makes connections within the Denison family—alumni, parents, friends, students and faculty/staff—all of you are important to us. Our goals are to connect Denisonians with each other and to strengthen your relationship with the College. We accomplish these goals through programs and events involving your classmates, friends and peers. Your connection to Denison does not end upon leaving the Hill. In many ways, it's just beginning.
Each year, tuition covers only about two-thirds of the actual cost of educating a Denison student. The Annual Fund bridges the gap between tuition and other income and the actual cost of educating our students. That means the college relies on the generosity of alumni, family and friends to keep the college strong.
Denison’s Institutional Advancement division encompasses activities related to fundraising, communications, and alumni relations.
A Denison education makes a real difference in students’ lives, preparing them for personal and professional success amid a world of possibilities—a world where they in turn make a difference.
The Office of University Communications encompasses all types of online and traditional communication, which is delivered in many formats—from Denison Magazine to Denison.edu and TheDEN, as well as general news, press releases, and calendar events.
The Office of Web, Social and Mobile Strategy & Development manages the strategy, design, development and content publish process for Denison’s public website properties, including denison.edu. In addition we manage the college’s social media channels and work with offices and departments who might be considering supplementary channels.