Student General Education Check Sheet – Students matriculating on or after fall 2014.
The Graduate and Professional School Guide is designed to help you with questions about graduate school: from whether you should attend to more detailed information about how to apply and finance your education. The guide should answer some of your questions and provide you with many resources for further research.
Psychology, broadly defined, is the science that involves the study of physiological, behavioral, and mental processes in humans and animals. Psychology has several interrelated facets, being a scholarly discipline, a scientific field of study, and an applied profession.
The goal of Health Services is to provide high quality medical care to you during your years at Denison. In order to establish your health file with our facility, we ask that you read the following information and carefully observe the requirements and deadlines concerning the health inventory forms.
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.
Your completed application should be submitted electronically to Academic Integrity Intern, Allison Kranek (email@example.com). This sheet should serve as the cover sheet to your application materials.
Denison University sponsors a non-residential Host Family Program that brings together international students with local families. Host families help new international students adjust to their new cultural surroundings. They also provide entrée into the local community and off campus life. In turn, local families are able to expand their own horizons through friendship with a student from another country. Many relationships between host families and international students last long after the student has graduated from Denison.
Housing preference form for incoming first year students at Denison.
Students, please use this form to select areas of interest for volunteer opportunities.
Request a book or article from another school if Denison, CONSORT, & OhioLINK don't have what you're looking for.
The Language and Culture House is an exciting residential option that gives second, third, and fourth-year students a special environment where they can hone their language skills and participate in special cultural events. Students live in a small community of their peers who share enthusiasm for foreign languages and cultures want to sharpen their daily language skills.
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.
Students who have previously acknowledged their preference for their federal student loans can request changes to the loan(s) that were offered by completing the Loan Update form and returning to the Office of Financial Aid.
Track One focuses on the workings of American national government and offers a congressional internship as well as coursework.
Track Two focuses on United States foreign policy and international affairs and offers coursework in foreign policy, comparative politics and international politics, as well as internships with the Washington Semester Program.
The Make It Happen! workshop will consist of classroom presentations, discussions, and field trips. Participants are encouraged to identify an area of interest that they can use as a focus for their work during the workshop and beyond.
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 2013-2014 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 2013 or Spring 2014 who do not live in an apartment.
Denison University's policies and guides surrounding the use of media technologies; such as audiovisual equipment, copyright laws, and privacy and confidentiality.
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.
Mileage Reimbursement request form for the Alford Center for Service Learning. Forms must be turned in the first week following the month you incurred the mileage.
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.
Private Lesson Scholarship
Private Lesson Student Schedule
Denison's Neuroscience Concentration is designed to offer students an interdisciplinary perspective on the nervous system and behavior, and to provide students with the opportunity to obtain a diverse focus that both complements and broadens the major. Students wishing to pursue the Neuroscience Concentration are strongly encouraged to meet with a Neuroscience faculty member very early in their Denison careers to carefully plan their course of study.
All application materials for the Oak Ridge Science Semester (ORSS) must be received by Denison University by March 1. It is extremely important to submit all application materials by this deadline. Typically, you will be notified about acceptance into the program within 3-6 weeks after the application deadline.
Overview of the programs, where they exist and when you should apply
Matt Orenstein '08 surveyed previous Off-Campus Study students and compiled their collective feedback into a helpful guide, which students preparing to study off-campus can utilize to plan for their trips. We hope that it is a useful tool in preparing for your off-campus study experience.
Denison provides all students, faculty and staff with an online directory listing all members of the Denison University community. Form should be returned only if you would like your name to be excluded from the campus listings.
Optional Practical Training (OPT) provides an opportunity for F-1 visa holders to gain up to one year of experience in their field of study during their annual summer vacation, while school is in session (if training does not exceed 20 hours per week), and/or after graduation. Most students choose to save OPT until after graduation. A job offer is not required to apply for OPT. Students may apply before graduation or within the sixty (60) day grace period following graduation.
Denison Experience in Urban Culture and Expression (DEUCE) enables 24 entering First-Year Students, along with two faculty members and three Student Staffers to explore the vibrant urban arts culture that only a big city can generate. After a day of getting to know one another, the group will travel to Philadelphia where they will meet with visual and performance artists to talk about the role the arts play in social change.
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.
June Orientation is an optional but highly recommended orientation program for students who are new to the college experience. June-O focuses on the academic preparation and course pre-registration of the entering class.
Paving the Way encourages all entering students to participate in this program, although its primary focus is to assist traditionally under-represented student populations in transitioning to the academic, cultural, and social climate at Denison University.
The purpose of the Pre-O program is to ease their transition to living and studying in the United States. More importantly, students who participate in this program have the opportunity to meet other students with similar interests and experiences.
Denison Sustainable Farming Orientation offers an opportunity to work on projects such as harvesting, preserving (canning, drying, freezing), repairing and building trails, and managing farm animals, and forming bonds and friendships. It allows for up to 18 members of the incoming class and 3 to 5 faculty/staff leaders to practice sustainable farming by living and working on the The Flying J Farm, a sustainable farm located 20 minutes from Denison.