What will you find at Denison? All that you would expect from a great liberal arts college—and more. It’s just different here. It’s the opportunities that arise from having this kind of access to your professors, to global leaders in the arts and sciences, to hands-on research and real-world experiences, to people who are unlike anyone you’ve met, to being a part of a community in a place where every individual matters. You’ll find the liberal arts, and you’ll find your best self.
All of our students live on campus. Why is that important? It’s one of the reasons that Denison is a community—not just a campus.
Why Denison? There are far too many reasons to count, but let’s start with this one:
It’s a little bit magic here.
On this beautiful, fully residential campus, Denison students from around the world pursue academic inquiry and forge the skills needed to succeed.
They build enduring relationships and strong pathways to the professions, supported by faculty mentorship, a wealth of career-launch programs and internships, and a thriving alumni network. Denison’s place at the forefront of higher education is recognized by “Colleges That Change Lives,” U.S. News, and Forbes, among others.
This college is extraordinary, but don’t take our word for it. Get more information. Talk to people. Come see for yourself.
Denison is committed to enrolling the best-qualified students, regardless of their financial means, and the college invests its resources in making it happen.
The Denison family includes students, faculty, staff, alumni—and parents! All of the information on Denison’s website is meant for parents, as well as prospective students, but here are a few links, especially for you, that may be useful as your son or daughter considers Denison.
Denison welcomes you as an important member of our campus and community, even before you've walked into your first college classroom. Through a variety of programs and services, we'll help you get to know Denison and get started on this exciting journey.
No, this isn’t part of the regular admissions process, but there are some other programs of interest to K-12 students and lifelong learners.