The Office of Student Accounts, which is part of the Controller’s Office in the Division of Finance and Management, handles questions about student account balances and fees.
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Looking for great ways to get involved? There are all kinds of opportunities. For example, check out the Campus Leadership and Involvement Center (CLIC), the Burton D. Morgan Liberal Arts and Entrepreneurship Education program, Department Ensembles, Club Sports & Intramurals—and lots more.
The Office of Student Conduct & Campus Values promotes an environment that is consistent with the mission of the college. By our work, our intention is that students will be responsible decision makers. They will understand the relationship between individual rights and community responsibility and realize that the balance of these is integral to our campus environment and life beyond Denison.
Denison University’s Division of Student Development promotes our students’ growth and self-awareness as individuals and as co-creators of our living –learning environment. We challenge students to both act and reflect, to respect self and others, and to apply their education and talents for the good of local and global communities. We cultivate collaboration and engagement on campus and beyond in support of Denison’s mission of educating students to live, work and lead in a complex world.
Student employment is designed to enhance students’ college experiences, offering new skills and extra money for spending or for contributing to the tuition bill.
Student Accounts and the Office of Financial Aid are here to help students coordinate the information they need to manage their tuition and financial aid awards, see student loan options, get financial assistance, and more.
At Denison, research is a powerful way to learn about the world and yourself. Whether you tackle a project in astronomy or art, physics or philosophy, every student, in every discipline, has the opportunity to explore, encounter, examine, discover, demonstrate, and investigate. And it’s a great way to develop skills in analysis, problem-solving and communication.
Denison’s Studio Art program respects art traditions of the past but has a progressive eye to the future. The program emphasizes art-making as a means to thinking from multiple perspectives not only about oneself, but also about one’s relationship with the world of ideas.
Chris Sullivan has served as the assistant men’s basketball coach at Denison since the fall of 2011. begins his third year at Denison as the assistant men's basketball coach in 2013-14.
Since coming to Denison the Big Red have made consecutive North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament appearances and in 2012 DU advanced to the program's first-ever NCAC Tournament championship game. Prior to his arrival in Granville, Sullivan capped a stellar career with Wittenberg University, leading the Tigers to back-to-back 20 win seasons and to the second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Sullivan joined the 1,000-point club at Wittenberg in a win over Wooster on February 12, 2011.
Sullivan started his collegiate basketball career at Franklin and Marshall University. After his freshman season, Sullivan transferred to Wittenberg University and as a junior was named second-team All-NCAC. In his third year, Sullivan tied the Wittenberg all-time season mark for three-point field-goals made in a season (90) and finished sixth in the nation with 3.2 three-point field-goals made per game.
During his senior campaign, Sullivan led the nation in three-pointers per game (4.1) and set the Wittenberg and NCAC record for three-pointers made in a season (120). He was named first-team All-NCAC, first-team All-Great Lakes Region, and was selected to the D3hoops.com All-America team. Sullivan graduated from Wittenberg in 2011 with a degree in Sport Management.
A native of Upper Arlington, Ohio, Sullivan played his high school basketball at Upper Arlington High School. As a senior, Sullivan led Upper Arlington to its first district title in 60 years and was named first team All-Ohio Capital Conference. Sullivan’s 92 three-point field-goals made during his senior season currently ranks 18th all-time in the state of Ohio.
Cookie Sunkle is the Assistant to the Director of The Gilpatrick Center and can be found most days at her computer in her office in Gilpatrick House. With Denison since 1988, Cookie enjoys traveling in her spare time.
In addition to her Denison duties of facility scheduling, conferences and special events Vicki serves as the coordinator of the local West Licking Special Olympics and serves on the board of the Pataskala Public Library. She is a member of ACCED-I (Assoc. of Collegiate Conference & Event Directors - International) holding the offices of Region 8 Director Elect and Region 8 Director. She has served in various committees and organization at Denison including the Presidentail Search Committee, Dining, Campus Affairs Council, Residential Life Committees and President of DOWS. Vicki sings with the Vintage Voices, a local community choir and directs music at her church. Married to Mike Sussman, she has three grown children and four grandchildren.
Denison University is committed to nurturing ecological sustainability both on campus and in the world beyond. We recognize that environmental responsibility is a way of life, not just a trend, and that new science continually brings new opportunities for improvement, so the active commitment to nurturing sustainability will never end.
Professor Suzuki is an Assistant Professor in International Studies. He earned a B.A. in International Stuides from Meiji Gakuin University in Yokohama, Japan, and a M.A. and a Ph.D. in Sociocultural Anthropology from the University of Minnesota. He has conducted field research in the Okinawan immigrant communities in eastern Bolivia and Okinawan-Bolivian immigrant communities in eastern Japan, and is currently interested in a transnational Okinawan peace and environmental activism. He teaches courses in introductory International Studies, globalization and diversification of Japanese society, trans-Pacific Asian communities and identities, race and class formations in a global perspective, and comparative Asian immigrant experiences in the Americas.
The chapel is often filled to capacity for notable campus events: baccalaureate services during commencement weekend, academic awards convocations honoring outstanding student achievements, and Vail Series concerts with such illustrious artists as
Its 9-inch refracting and two 8-inch reflecting telescopes are fitted for astrophotography. It also houses an astronomy library and dark rooms.