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Denison University
Granville, Ohio
2,100 students
Number of Waseda Placements: 3
TOEFL Minimum: 550 Paper / 80 IBT

Academic Calendar
Fall Semester: late August– mid December (on campus)
Spring Semester: mid January – mid May (on campus)

Orientation Programs
International Students: 3 days
New Students: 4 days

Course Catalogue
http://www.denison.edu/catalogs/courses.html
Note: Some of the courses listed in the catalog are offered each semester; others are offered less frequently.

Denison Websites for International Students
- International Student Services
- International Student Association
- Asian Culture Club

Campus Highlights
Denison University was founded in 1831 and is a privately supported, coeducational college of liberal arts and sciences, offering three different bachelor's degrees (B.A., B.S., and B.F.A.) among over 40 majors. About 2100 full-time students represent 48 states and 41 foreign countries. Denison's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the national scholastic honorary, was installed in 1910.

- Website of Denison's history and traditions

Community and Volunteer Opportunities
Get involved with Granville community activities and make friends along the way. Participate in Alternative Spring Break, Denison International Relief Effort, or Passport, an after school program for local children.

- Center for Service Learning
- Student Affairs

Surrounding area
Granville is located 30 miles northeast of Columbus, Ohio. www.experiencecolumbus.com
- Granville Resource guide: http://www.granville.oh.us/
- Website of nature areas around Granville: http://www.granville.oh.us/

Denison Mission Statement
Our purpose is to inspire and educate our students to become autonomous thinkers, discerning moral agents and active citizens of a democratic society. Through an emphasis on active learning, we engage students in the liberal arts, which fosters self-determination and demonstrates the transformative power of education. We envision our students' lives as based upon rational choice, a firm belief in human dignity and compassion unlimited by cultural, racial, sexual, religious or economic barriers, and directed toward an engagement with the central issues of our time. (Click here to view the entire statement)

Famous Alumni

  • U.S. Senator Richard Lugar (1954)
  • Former Walt Disney Company President Michael Eisner (1964)
  • Professional Race Driver Bobby Rahal (1975)
  • George Bodenheimer, President of ESPN and ABS Sports (1980)
  • Actor, screenwriter Steve Carell (1984)
  • Actor Jennifer Garner (1994)