Surveys show that Denisonians are succeeding right out of college — and it only gets better from there.
Beth Eden continues to house Admissions offices and also the offices of Financial Aid.
The land where Beth Eden stands was first acquired in 1889 from Fletcher O. Marsh, professor of mathematics and acting president of the university from 1873 - 1875. The Marsh house was then torn down and the new home or "President's Mansion" was built in 1903. The first president to live in the house, Emory W. Hunt (1901-1912), unofficially named the house "Beth Eden" after the Massachusetts' church where he and his wife were married. The house was converted to the Admissions center in the early 1970's and the name "Beth Eden", meaning "House of Peace," was made official.
Join us at Denison, where you will be challenged, and you will be mentored. You will be a part of a strong heritage. You will be inspired by demanding academics — and you will have loads of fun.
We asked a few of our professors to talk about academics at Denison. It's a way to see inside our classrooms, labs and studios — to get a sense of why teaching and learning are just better here.
Can anyone fully describe student life at Denison in just three minutes? Not really. There’s too much to do, too many opportunities to make this college your own. But take a short walk across campus with Janyce Caraballo ’17, and you’ll definitely get a glimpse.
Alumni who graduated five years ago are doing great. Here's the proof.
The New York Times lists Denison as one of America’s most economically diverse elite colleges—and that’s just part of the story.
Choosing the right college is all about “fit.” Here’s a chance to hear straight from students why Denison was the right choice for them.