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We believe providing accurate information, maintaining a supportive community, and enforcing policies and laws to be the most effective method of addressing alcohol and drug abuse. Denison is committed to the health and safety of all students and employees, and to an environment which promotes the academic mission of the University. The federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 require that Denison University distribute this Alcohol and Drug policy information to all students, staff, and faculty on an annual basis.

The purpose of the Eating Disorder Intervention Team (EDIT) is to provide a comprehensive approach to the coordination of support services for Denison University students who exhibit disordered eating and related behaviors.

The goal of Health Services is to provide high quality medical care to you during your years at Denison. In order to establish your health file with our facility, we ask that you read the following information and carefully observe the requirements and deadlines concerning the health inventory forms.

The Student Wellness Advisory Group provides feedback to Whisler staff about health and wellness issues on campus. Students in SWAG participate in organized dialogues about Whisler services (Health, Counseling, Alcohol, Drug, and Health Education), community wide wellness initiatives, new and existing programs, and emerging health issues.

The responsibilities listed here are legal requirements for the College under the Title IX legislation of 1972 which requires among other things that Colleges and universities investigate and act on knowledge of sexual assault—including educating and training campus personnel about their respective roles and responsibilities for reporting incidents.   

Denison University provides services to students with diagnosed medical/chronic illnesses. To determine eligibility for services, this office requires current comprehensive documentation of this disorder from the diagnosing physician or other appropriate professional.

The Academic Support & Enrichment Center provides services to students with diagnosed psychiatric and psychological disabilities. To determine eligibility for services, this office requires current comprehensive documentation of this disorder from the diagnosing psychiatrist, or psychologist, or other appropriate professional.

The Academic Support and Enrichment Center provides services to students with diagnosed Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). To determine eligibility for services, this office requires current and comprehensive documentation of this disorder from the diagnosing physician, psychiatrist, or psychologist.