As articulated in the Student Handbook, the residential life program is focused on the development of positive learning communities and is designed to support the overall academic mission of the College.
With the notion of community and academic success at its core, the program strives to promote self-awareness, to enhance interpersonal communication, to provide opportunities for meaningful involvement outside of the classroom, and to develop in students a strong sense of civic responsibility. What follows is the important information relating to specific housing rules and regulations.
Delivery of student housing and residential living models is subject to modification based on exigent circumstances.
Students should also refer to the Student Handbook for a more complete outline of all policies related to residential life at Denison.
Denison University’s programs, offerings, events and arrangements are subject to change in the event of exigent circumstances, including the ongoing COVID-19 situation.
HOUSING OPERATIONS & PLANNING:
Doane Administration - 102
For keys & IDs, housing selections, room changes
Curtis West Hall - Community Center
For programming in leadership development, civic engagement and creative problem-solving