Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are recognized as vital to meeting the medical needs of the American public.
Physical therapists, sometimes referred to as PTs, help people who have injuries or illnesses improve their movement and manage their pain.
Physician assistants, also known as PAs, practice medicine under the direction and supervision of physicians and surgeons. They are formally trained to examine patients, diagnose injuries and illnesses, and provide treatment.
Veterinarians care for the health of animals. They diagnose, treat, or research medical conditions and diseases of pets, livestock, and animals in zoos, racetracks, and laboratories.
Occupational therapists (OT) treat patients with injuries, illnesses, or disabilities through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.
Optometrists diagnose, manage, and treat conditions of the human eye and visual system.
Registered nurses (RNs) provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.
Helpful child care information for new faculty and staff.
Your ID card provides many valuable functions at Denison University. It is your key to services - at the library, the gym, the dining halls, and it provides access to your residence hall. With a Denison Dollars account, your ID card also gives you the ability to buy nearly anything you might need on campus with just a swipe. You will have the security of not having to carry cash or credit cards and the convenience of ready-access to funds.
In the three parts of the Diversity Guide, you will find information about people at Denison who represent some of the diversity in our community. This guide was compiled as part of our on-going efforts to help make Denison a more diverse and welcoming community. The first section includes information about people of color at Denison and some of the organizations that support students, staff, and faculty of color.
DULink is a web-based job-search tool for current Denison University students that enables students to manage their job, internship, and externship search process electronically.
Students who have already received an award letter can use the Estimated Net Cost Worksheet to estimate their out of pocket expenses for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Student general education check sheet
Med School Application Requirements
A resource to assist students interested in pursuing graduate school in the healthcare field, specifically medical school.
A resource to assist students interested in pursuing medical school.
This Pre-Dental Guide is an overview of the programs, where they exist and when you should apply.
Walkthrough of the process for students of registering a vehicle and obtaining a parking permit.
Details of Room & Meal Rates for Residential Conferences.
Resource Guide for Parents of First-Year Students.
Guidelines in regards to Communication Senior Research.
Helpful and informational reference sheet from Student Accounts for the 2014-2015 academic year: billing cycles, due dates, financial aid awards, and more.
Letter from the Controller providing additional information on the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan offered by Denison University. All full-time students must have insurance coverage. This coverage is required for full-time students not covered under their family's health/hospitalization plan. Even if you have coverage under another plan, it is strongly urged that intercollegiate athletic, club sport, intramural, off-campus study participants, and international students carry this coverage.
Campus parking map showing dedicated areas for student parking.
Use the Monthly Payment Planner to determine your annual expenses and your monthly payment, administered through Tuition Management Systems (TMS).
A comprehensive guide designed to assist victims/survivors of sexual misconduct and assault in understanding report options.
Sustainability report on ways to fend off vampire energy used by both computers and other electronics.
The personal statement is the opportunity to differentiate yourself from others and to sell yourself to the school, institution or particular program with whom you are applying.