Denison University’s 178th Commencement took place on Saturday, May 18. Watch the ceremony in its entirety including commencement keynote speaker Jennifer Garner ’94.
With a commitment to excellence, the Information Technology Services mission is to support the goals of the University through technology services and innovation in partnership with the broader Denison community.
Denison's Information Technology Services consists of four main divisions:
The mission of the Educational Technology Services group is to assist the Denison faculty and academic community in the use of technologies to enhance learning.
The Enterprise Applications (EA) division of Information Technology Services serves to advance the College's institutional goals by providing enterprise software and data processing services to the campus community.
It is Denison's policy that administrative data is owned by the office which bears the responsibility for maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of that data. Denison employees who need access to enterprise data services (e.g., Banner, Cognos reports, etc.) must have their supervisor or ITS liaison initiate a request. If the data to be accessed is not owned by the employee's office, then the owner of the data in question must approve the request.
Information Technology Security is dedicated to protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of Denison computing resources and data. This level of protection is best obtained by focusing on four factors: people, policies, processes and technology. Our information security approach is based on five core principles:
The mission of Technical Services is to: