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Denison University provides access to a broad range of computing and network services to members of the University community so that they may make productive and innovative use of information technologies. These network services are intended for University-related purposes, including direct and indirect support of the University’s instructional, research and service missions.

Denison University participates in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB).

Denison University participates in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB).

The Denison University Archives collects materials in accordance with the Archives Collection Policy. Records include paper documents, photographs, audiotapes, films, videotapes, scrapbooks, and objects that provide information about the differing aspects of Denison University campus life.

Example of how the ATEP Composite Admission Score is calculated.

A checklist for the ATEP admission requirements.

Description of the ATEP Admission Interview

Description of the ATEP Admission Portfolio.

Throughout the last three years our ATEP has a 100% first time pass rate on the national BOC examination for athletic training.

Description of the ATEP graduation requirements.

The Athletic Training Educational Program at Denison University is a rigorous and intense program that places specific requirements and demands on the students enrolled in the program.

Transfer into this ATEP

Denison University is committed to making all aspects of the institution—inside the classroom and out—a community characterized by honesty, integrity, and responsibility. That commitment was reaffirmed when Denison students developed and proposed the Code of Academic Integrity, which the faculty adopted unanimously in 2008.

Denison University is committed to making all aspects of the institution—inside the classroom and out—a community characterized by honesty, integrity, and responsibility. That commitment was reaffirmed when Denison students developed and proposed the Code of Academic Integrity, which the faculty adopted unanimously in 2008.

Denison University is committed to making all aspects of the institution—inside the classroom and out—a community characterized by honesty, integrity, and responsibility. That commitment was reaffirmed when Denison students developed and proposed the Code of Academic Integrity, which the faculty adopted unanimously in 2008.

Denison University is committed to making all aspects of the institution—inside the classroom and out—a community characterized by honesty, integrity, and responsibility. That commitment was reaffirmed when Denison students developed and proposed the Code of Academic Integrity, which the faculty adopted unanimously in 2008.

Denison University is committed to making all aspects of the institution—inside the classroom and out—a community characterized by honesty, integrity, and responsibility. That commitment was reaffirmed when Denison students developed and proposed the Code of Academic Integrity, which the faculty adopted unanimously in 2008.

The purpose of this policy is to prohibit conflicts of interest in situations involving student financial aid and to establish standards of conduct for employees with responsibility for student financial aid.

The purpose of this policy is to prohibit conflicts of interest in situations involving student financial aid and to establish standards of conduct for employees with responsibility for student financial aid.

The purpose of this policy is to prohibit conflicts of interest in situations involving student financial aid and to establish standards of conduct for employees with responsibility for student financial aid.

The purpose of this policy is to prohibit conflicts of interest in situations involving student financial aid and to establish standards of conduct for employees with responsibility for student financial aid.

Denison University is dedicated to student learning and to the development of ethically responsible persons who contribute to the development of strong communities, including on our own campus. Inherent in this is the requirement that community members act not merely in response to their individual inclination, but also in accordance with shared values and principles.

Denison University is dedicated to student learning and to the development of ethically responsible persons who contribute to the development of strong communities, including on our own campus. Inherent in this is the requirement that community members act not merely in response to their individual inclination, but also in accordance with shared values and principles.

Denison University encourages all members of the Denison Community to abide by the provisions of copyright law. Denison's Acceptable Use Policy forbids all users of Denison's computing resources from committing “violations of copyright/civil law, including the unauthorized reproduction and use of copyrighted images and text” as well as forbidding “software theft or piracy, data theft, or any other action which violates the intellectual property rights of others”.

Telecommunications, Cabling, Other Technologies: The design of the systems and the equipment must conform to the following standards.

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.

Students who are currently enrolled and are completing the FAFSA will be asked: “Have you been convicted for the possession or sale of illegal drugs for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid?” Students who answer “Yes” will be asked an additional series of questions to determine if the conviction affects their eligibility for federal student aid.

Students who are currently enrolled and are completing the FAFSA will be asked: “Have you been convicted for the possession or sale of illegal drugs for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid?” Students who answer “Yes” will be asked an additional series of questions to determine if the conviction affects their eligibility for federal student aid.

Students who are currently enrolled and are completing the FAFSA will be asked: “Have you been convicted for the possession or sale of illegal drugs for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid?” Students who answer “Yes” will be asked an additional series of questions to determine if the conviction affects their eligibility for federal student aid.

Students who are currently enrolled and are completing the FAFSA will be asked: “Have you been convicted for the possession or sale of illegal drugs for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid?” Students who answer “Yes” will be asked an additional series of questions to determine if the conviction affects their eligibility for federal student aid.

Denison University shall be responsive to all legal requests for electronically stored information (ESI) from any recognized legal authority. The University maintains numerous logs, records, backups and other forms of data that may be requested in a litigation process. The University will not voluntarily provide any such information; data will only be released under the terms of a court ordered disclosure, subpoena or other appropriate request.

Denison University operates in accordance with many federal computing laws. This policy page outlines some of the most important ones.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records.

The goal of an idling policy at Denison University is to eliminate all unnecessary idling time by vehicles on campus to minimize harmful emissions. Implementing an idling reduction policy on campus is in line with Denison’s goal of reducing green house gas emissions.

The library accepts unrestricted donations of library materials for review. Items are accepted with the understanding that they will be handled in the best interest of the institution. Once given to the library, donations cannot be returned to the donor. Potential donors should provide in advance a list of materials being offered so that their value to the collection may be reviewed.

The meal plans are reviewed and adjusted each year based on surveys of student use and preferences. The following meal plans are available for the 2014-2015 school year. Three traditional meal plans (A, B, and C) are available to all students. In addition to those, three Apartment Alternative Plans (1, 2, and 3) are available to students living in meal-optional housing (apartments and Homestead). One additional plan, the SRH Plan, is available only to seniors graduating in Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 who do not live in an apartment.

The meal plans are reviewed and adjusted each year based on surveys of student use and preferences. The following meal plans are available for the 2014-2015 school year. Three traditional meal plans (A, B, and C) are available to all students. In addition to those, three Apartment Alternative Plans (1, 2, and 3) are available to students living in meal-optional housing (apartments and Homestead). One additional plan, the SRH Plan, is available only to seniors graduating in Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 who do not live in an apartment.

The meal plans are reviewed and adjusted each year based on surveys of student use and preferences. The following meal plans are available for the 2014-2015 school year. Three traditional meal plans (A, B, and C) are available to all students. In addition to those, three Apartment Alternative Plans (1, 2, and 3) are available to students living in meal-optional housing (apartments and Homestead). One additional plan, the SRH Plan, is available only to seniors graduating in Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 who do not live in an apartment.