The humanities are comprised of academic disciplines that study the human experience from the perspective of people everywhere in the world, during every period of history.
Denison sees art as a bridge to all other areas of study and research. Our art program emphasizes art-making as a means to think about not only oneself, but one’s relationship to the world of ideas from multiple perspectives.
The science division at Denison promotes scientific literacy for all students to prepare them to become more effective critical consumers of scientific information.
Denison advances the scientific study of human society and social relationships of individual members within society through it's engaging and comprehensive Social Science curriculum.
Denison's interdisciplinary courses engage students in topics of study that span across traditional divisional structures to provide a comprehensive learning experience.
Denison's commitment to the liberal arts, the strength of our pre-professional advising, and the success of our graduates have made Denison well-known by professional schools ranging from medicine and business to law and engineering.
Denison’s curriculum balances breadth with depth, building academic specialization upon a liberal arts foundation. While our students pursue specialized learning in their chosen majors, they also develop the framework for an integrated intellectual life, spiritually and morally informed, with an emphasis on global perspective and civic engagement.
Denison Seminars Writing Program Student Research Off-Campus Study First-Year Program John W. Alford Center for Service Learning Richard G. Lugar Program in Politics & Service Liberal Arts & Entrepreneurship Education Oak Ridge Science Semester Gilpatrick House Language & Culture House
Academic Support & Resources
Academic Support regularly offers programs and services designed to help students improve their overall academic performance and ultimately assist students in achieving excellence.
Whether you’re looking for a course registration deadline, the bookstore’s hours, or information for new faculty members, here are some good resources.