Dining Services would like to hear from you! The comments and suggestions we receive are our greatest source of information when planning and coordinating our services. We want to know how we can better serve you, so please fill out the form below or simply pick up a comment card, which can be found in every dining hall.
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.
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.
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.
The Denison University Office of Security, Safety, & Risk Management is committed to professionalism, fairness, and service through the partnership with the Denison community to ensure a safe living, learning, and working environment.
Denison University employees and spouses/same-sex domestic partners, who are non-degree seeking students (not admitted through Admissions) are eligible to participate in this program and take course work for credit or audit. For further detail on staff educational benefits and eligibility please refer to the Benefits section in the Staff Handbook
Denison University operates in accordance with many federal computing laws. This policy page outlines some of the most important ones.
Audited Financial Statements with Report of Independent Auditors, for years ended June 30, 2011 and 2010.
Audited Financial Statements with Report of Independent Auditors, for years ended June 30, 2012 and 2011.
Audited Financial Statements with Report of Independent Auditors.
Shows fire detection systems and alarms installed for all Denison residence halls.
Denison University is committed to educating students, faculty and staff in safe practices as they relate to fire safety. Fire drills are conducted in residence halls twice each calendar year in the spring and fall. This report is completed in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and submitted to the U. S. Department of Education.
The Denison Green Office Program gives the opportunity for all parts of campus to participate in sustainable practices. This pre-evaluation checklist should be completed as part of an office's initial screening for the Green Office Program.
Everyday products like paper, toner, and furniture play a significant role in sustainability at Denison. All faculty and staff members should take environmental responsibility into account when purchasing products and materials for their offices.
Denison University's personnel policies for administrative staff.
Denison University's personnel policies for faculty.
Denison University's personnel policies for support operating staff.
The online help request form should be used to report problems with a computer, network connectivity, technology services, etc. especially after normal business hours. If the problem is urgent or for assistance diagnosing and resolving problems please contact the Help Desk by phone at 740-587-6395.
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.
Denison maintains a strict policy regarding the release of information to third parties.
Request a book or article from another school if Denison, CONSORT, & OhioLINK don't have what you're looking for.
This form has moved to MyDenison, under Campus Resources / Library.
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.
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.
Denison University's policies and guides surrounding the use of media technologies; such as audiovisual equipment, copyright laws, and privacy and confidentiality.
Full-time employees are eligible for the medical and dental plans with a contribution from Denison. The document shows a comparison of the 2012 and 2013 premium rates.
To provide a plan to inform Denison University students who reside in on-campus housing, the College policy governing required notifications within twenty-four (24) hours after the time a student is deemed to be missing. This plan is to comply with the August 14, 2008 Higher Education Opportunity Act, Section 485 (j) by the U.S. Department of Education.
New Faculty Orientation & Fall Faculty Symposium
Denison Outdoor Orientation offers an opportunity for 48 members of the incoming class and 12 faculty/staff and student leaders to backpack for three days in the National Forest in Kentucky. After a day on campus preparing for the trip, participants will journey to the National Forest, where they will spend three days hiking, camping and relaxing. The purpose of this program is to provide students a unique, challenging, and enjoyable transition to life at Denison by forming bonds and friendships with other entering first-years – all while on the trail.
The Denison Service Orientation (DSO) is an intense direct-service experience designed to help incoming students adjust to college, build strong friendships, and realize the possibilities available to them at Denison. Approximately 24 students from the incoming class will travel to Washington D.C. for a service experience related to homelessness, hunger and HIV/AIDS issues. During the program participants will engage in leadership training, group building, issues education and direct service.
Denison University accepts credit cards as payment for a variety of goods and services. By accepting credit cards, Denison assumes significant risks with respect to protecting cardholder data. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council has developed a set of financial and information technology standards, called Payment Card Information Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS), to protect credit cardholders' data.
Information Technology Services provides guidelines and restricts the use of P2P applications and protocols, such as BitTorrent, etc. Denison has implemented technical controls which allow us to prioritize traffic based on type so that we never examine the content of the traffic, thereby ensuring individual privacy. However, all community members must respect all applicable copyright laws.
Through our Campus Compact, members of the Denison University community promise to respect one another and our environment. The University protects the rights of all students to live and study in an environment free from sexual coercion and violence.
The information in this report was compiled based on voluntary responses from graduating seniors to inquiries made by Career Exploration & Development (CE&D). As a result of those efforts, this document summarizes the post-graduate activity for 93% of the Class of 2012.
Is there an item that you'd like to see in the Doane Library collection? This online form is just one of many ways for you to request that we purchase a specific book, video, audio recording, or other media. Note that this form isn't suitable for rush requests or reserve requests.
Denison University is committed to the use and purchase of environmentally and socially responsible materials and products. People authorized to make purchases on behalf of the college are expected to support our commitment to environmental responsibility through the guidelines and procedures contained in this Sustainable Purchasing Policy.
Denison is committed to reducing its impact on the environment. To that end, Denison operates an extensive campus recycling program to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills and to utilize resources in a more responsible manner. We recognize, however, that recycling is only one part of the issue. To move toward a more sustainable campus, Denison also must strive to reduce its consumption and waste in all aspects of campus operations.
Sustainability report on Denison's annual campus recycling by recyclable type and amount by year.