At Denison, health and well-being represent important aspects of campus life. Students, faculty, and staff have access to the Mitchell Center. Students are eligible to participate in intramural sports as well as the Club Sports program, which includes a variety of competitive, noncompetitive, and recreational and instructional sports activities.
At Denison, health and well-being represent important parts of campus culture.
Recreation at Denison is easily accessible and open to everyone. Students, faculty, staff have access to the Mitchell Recreation and Athletic Center. This facility caters to the wide range of interests in the greater Denison community. It is comprised of two interconnected buildings that boast everything from regulation basketball courts and indoor volleyball courts to squash courts and an indoor swimming pool.
If you don’t mind working up a sweat with a group of people, there are opportunities to participate in pilates, yoga, and zumba classes. Two cardio rooms offer elliptical machines, treadmills, stationary bikes, StairMasters and rowing machines, while a state-of-the-art weight-training facility attracts students, faculty, and everyone in between.
The Wellness Program provides faculty and staff access to facilities and opportunities to receive information and assistance needed to work toward a more healthy lifestyle. The scope of the program includes health risk appraisal/screening; physical fitness workshops and instruction; educational workshops such as smoking cessation and weight watchers; and spiritual and emotional wellness.
Denison University has excellent facilities with the Mitchell Center and recreational fields and courts for physical fitness activities. The Office of Human Resources coordinates all program activities.