Denison University participates in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB).
The course catalog provides descriptions of Denison's majors, minors and courses offered each academic year.
Upon reinstatement, Denison expects that you will return to good academic standing by the end of no more than two semesters. This means that: 1) You must earn above a 2.0 each semester, and 2) By the end of two semesters at Denison, your cumulative GPA must improve to a 2.0 or above. This worksheet is designed to help you determine what grades you will need in order to return to good academic standing in this time.
If you would like to initiate a voluntary withdrawal from Denison, you must complete an Exit Form and then contact to schedule an exit interview.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records.
Student general education check sheet
A Licking County Scholar is defined as one currently completing his/her senior year at a Licking county High School, having earned a high school GPA of 3.4 or above, and is simultaneously registered for one college level course at Denison University. No application fee is required. If after any semester a Licking County Scholar’s semester average is less than 2.00, his or her eligibility for participation in this program shall be terminated.
If you would like to initiate a voluntary withdrawal from Denison for medical, personal or other reasons, you must complete an Exit Form and then contact to schedule an exit interview. If you are requesting a withdrawal for medical purposes, you must also complete a Medical Leave Form form prior to your meeting.
Students planning to seek reinstatement following academic suspension must contact the Registrar's Office prior to completing the Petition for Reinstatement form.
When registering for classes, students carefully need to consider needs in their major, general education possibilities, prerequisites, and hierarchical structures of some programs.