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  1. 1. About Denison • Denison University was founded in 1831. An independent residential col- lege of liberal arts and sciences, Denison enrolls approximately 2,100 men and women representing all 50 states and dozens of foreign countries. • The campus spans 900 acres, including a 550-acre Biological Reserve. • Denison offers three undergraduate degrees: B.A., B.S., and B.F.A. • Students can select from 48 majors, programs and concentrations, as well as 11 pre-professional programs. • An NCAA Division III institution, Denison offers 23 varsity sports for men and women, and has won 121 conference team championships and a record 12 North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports Championships. • The Village of Granville, just a short walk from campus, has a population of 3,500 and was founded by settlers from Granville, Mass., in 1805. • Last year, Ebaugh Laboratories reopened following a spectacular $14.5 million renovation and 19,000-square-foot expansion. Highlights of the cutting-edge science facility include flexible classroom and laboratory spaces that foster experiential learning for students in chemistry and bio- chemistry. • A $38.5 million renovation and expansion of the Mitchell Center includes an Olympic-sized pool opened in 2012, and a new two-story, 8,000 square- foot fitness center to be completed by the spring of 2013. In addition, the Mitchell Center features international squash courts, a regulation Olym- pic 200-meter indoor track and indoor tennis courts, as well as aerobics, strength and fitness facilities. • The Bryant Arts Center, renovated and reopened in 2009, provides an inspiring space for the creation of studio art and the study of art history, and includes a state-of-the-art digital media lab. It has been awarded the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. • The innovative Burton D. Morgan Center is the hub of campus life, bringing together students, faculty, staff and alumni. A gateway to the Reese~Shackelford Common, the Morgan Center features the Welsh Hills Room for receptions and dinners and the Faculty Common area. • Samson Talbot Hall of Biological Science is named after Denison’s fifth president. As the newest building in the university’s Science Quadrangle, Talbot features flexible teaching labs and interactive lecture and seminar rooms and is crowned by a spectacular greenhouse. • The F.W. Olin Science Hall was completed in 1995 and includes a 42-seat planetarium with a computerized Zeiss projector, a laser spectrometer, com- puter clusters and an enormous collection of minerals, rocks and fossils. • The Denison Biological Reserve is a natural laboratory for bioecologists, and its Polly Anderson Field Station houses classroom and laboratory study spaces for students of astronomy, biology, ecology and environmental studies. For more information about Denison, or to schedule a campus visit, please contact the Office of Admissions. Mailing Address: Office of Admissions Denison University P.O. Box 740 Granville, Ohio 43023-0740 Toll-free Telephone: 1-800-DENISON E-mail: admissions@denison.edu Fax: (740) 587-6306 Website: http://www.denison.edu/admissions Schedule a campus visit: http://www.denison.edu/visit . W E L C O M E We are proud of our campus and hope this map and accompanying legend will make your visit more informative and enjoyable. About Denison Not To Be Missed Academic Quadrangle (A) 1. Doane Administration Building * 2. Davis Plaza 3. Barney-Davis Hall * 4. Fellows Hall 5. Seeley G. Mudd Learning Center - Learning Commons 6. William Howard Doane Library 7. Higley Hall 8. Slayter Union 9. Blair Knapp Hall Reese~Shackelford Common (B) 10. Burton D. Morgan Center P Underground Admissions and Visitor Parking Science Quadrangle (C) 11. Samson Talbot Hall of Biological Science 12. F.W. Olin Science Hall 13. Ebaugh Laboratories 14. Herrick Performance Hall Chapel Walk (D) 15. Beth Eden - Admissions and Financial Aid Offices * 16. Swasey Chapel * P Visitor Parking 17. Swasey Observatory * 18. Gilpatrick Center * 19. Whisler Hall - Health and Counseling Center East Residential Quadrangle (E) 21. Bandersnatch Coffee House 22. Huffman Dining Hall 23. Huffman Hall 24. Shaw Hall 25. Beaver Hall 26. Sawyer Hall 27. Crawford Hall 28. Shepardson Hall 29. East Hall West Residential Quadrangle (F) 30. Curtis East Hall 31. Curtis West Hall 32. Curtis Dining Hall 33. West Gate - Campus Entrance 34. Shorney Hall 35. Smith Hall 36. College Cemetery NorthResidentialQuadrangle(G) 37. Sunset House 38. Pratt, Brown, Good and Myers Apartments 39. Elm, Hayes and Wright Apartments 40. Sigma Chi * 41. Taylor House 42. Preston House 43. Moshier-Huchison House 44. Schaff House 45. Irma and Clark Morrow House 46. Beta House 47. Chamberlin House 48. Kappa Sigma DENISONDENISON Denison University admits students of any race, color, religion, age, personal handicap, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status and national or ethnic origin. www.denison.eduwww.denison.edu Campus Map Campus Map Lower Campus and Fine Arts Center (H) 49. Main Campus Entrance * 50. Kappa Kappa Gamma 51. Delta Delta Delta 52. Center for Religious and Spiritual Life 53. Delta Gamma 54. Mulberry House 55. Cinema House 56. Kappa Alpha Theta * 57. Theatre Arts Building - Ace Morgan Theatre 59. Monomoy Place * 60. Bryant Arts Center * 61. Burke Hall of Music and Art 62. Denison Museum 63. Doane Dance Building * 64. Burton Hall * 65. King Hall * 66. Stone Hall * 67. Pi Beta Phi Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (I) 68. Deeds Field-Piper Stadium 69. Alumni Memorial Field House and Livingston Gymnasium 70. Mitchell Center 71. Trumbull Aquatics Center P Visitor Parking 72. Tennis Courts 73. Platform Tennis Court 74. Lamson Lodge 75. Practice Fields 76. Dustin Cabin 77. East Gate - Campus Entrance 79. Bancroft Field 81. Big Red Baseball Field 82. Practice Fields 83. Varsity Softball Field P Visitor Parking 84. Rose House - Ohio Campus Compact 85. Barclay-Thomsen Field 86. Practice Fields 87. Intramural Fields 88. Ebaugh Pond NorthofCampusonRoute661 (J) 89. Physical Plant 90. Denison University- Granville Community Recycling Center 92. Polly Anderson Field Station 93. Denison Biological Reserve Satellite Housing 58. Monomoy Annex 78. Bancroft House 91. Denison Homestead * Listed on the National Register of Historic Places 30K/12 For More Information W E L C O M E U N I V E R S I T YU N I V E R S I T Y
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