At Denison, champions achieve in labs and classrooms as well as in stadiums. To us, a champion’s words are just as powerful as a game-winning goal or a bone-crushing tackle. Scholars, athletes, teachers, coaches, entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, politicians, scientists, activists—all can be champions, and at Denison, they are.
The course catalog provides descriptions of Denison's majors, minors and courses offered each academic year.
What’s your perspective? We want to know. Where did you come from? What do you like? What’s the one thing you wish you could tell the whole world? At Denison, we celebrate your perspective on life. It’s something you have that no one else does.
Founded in 1831, Denison University has a reputation for challenging academics. However, energetic, discussion-oriented classes and dedicated faculty are just part of what distinguishes Denison’s programs. Take a closer look and you’ll discover that Denison combines outstanding classroom experiences with opportunities to test knowledge in the real world.
Please submit this form to nominate a junior for the Denison University Book Award. Nominations must be submitted by March 31st, 2014.
As an intellectual community, Denison’s vitality lies in inquiry and exploration—in consistently seeking out new understandings and points of view. Therefore, we see not just the value but the necessity of fostering a community of diverse individuals: students, faculty and staff of varying backgrounds, religions, ethnicities, abilities and worldviews who all recognize the importance of sharing their unique insights and ideas. Every voice speaks to a new perspective, so every voice matters.
Denison’s Early Decision Plans give you the opportunity to let us know that we’re your first-choice college. Our Admissions Committee is particularly receptive to applications from qualified candidates who are committed to Denison.
A college education becomes part of you. Become a part of Denison.
The May Term internship is an educational experience for students interested in teaching or other educational endeavors. During the internship the student acts as an apprentice to the site supervisor; in schools this takes the form of working a regular teacher's schedule for approximately three weeks. If the classroom teacher accepts the responsibility of directing an intern, then it is reasonable to expect the intern to complete certain objectives.
Denison practices need-blind admissions and uses the same approach in awarding merit scholarships. Students are reviewed holistically, and scholarships are awarded to those who possess a strong academic background and who, through a wide range of experiences, demonstrate potential for contributing to our community.
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Choosing a college or university is different from other decisions you will make. The school you choose will leave its mark on you, telling people something about you before you are even introduced. Your college or university will admit you to a particular company of alumni, present you with a particular range of options and opportunities, and open a particular set of doors for your future.