Scholarship—or what some call learning—at Denison isn’t just lectures, books, and research papers.
Here, the life of the mind is reflective, but it’s also active and interactive. It’s discussion. It’s collaboration with other students and professors on original research, writing, and art. It’s the exploration of perspectives and ideas. It’s the development and defense and application of your own new ideas. It is, simply put, an experience that transforms lives.
The breadth and depth of Denison’s liberal arts curriculum lays a solid foundation for what we call co-curricular learning—a concept that spans a host of programs and organizations. They provide the settings for students to apply their knowledge, to experiment with new skills, and to pursue their passions.
Explore these pages to learn more about experiential learning at Denison:
- Summer Scholars Research Program
- John W. Alford Center for Service Learning
- Off-Campus Study
- First-Year Program
- Gillpatrick Center for Student Research & Fellowships
- Richard G. Lugar Program in Politics & Public Service
- Internship Program
- Organizational Studies
- Religious & Spiritual Life
- Student Organizations