As one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges, Denison University boasts generations of students who can attest to its effect on their lives. Each would cite a different reason. And they’d all be right, because Denison’s liberal arts tradition and residential community create a college of endless personal possibilities.
When students, faculty, and staff join the Denison University community, they subscribe to a long-standing set of values, known as the Campus Compact, which includes scholarly work, shared purpose, civility, respect for each other and our environment, and individuality. And they are all founded on integrity.
This unifying tradition was formalized in 2004, when Denison students initiated a multi-year process of research, planning, and collaboration that led to the Code of Academic Integrity. The faculty and student governments formally adopted the code in 2009.
Visit Integrity at Denison for the Code of Academic Integrity and more on the college's commitment to integrity.