Denison University Company History Timeline

1916
In 1916, the famed landscape architectural firm of Frederick Law Olmsted Sons, whose founder was the designer of New York City s Central Park, some of the great Chicago lakefront parks, and distinguished college campuses such as Stanford and Wellesley, produced an innovative design for Denison.
1931
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1970
Focus upon leadership in undergraduate education and commitment to the residential principle led the college to develop concrete plans for the physical expansion of the campus and measured growth, with the college reaching its present size of about 2,000 students by 1970.
1995
Since 1995, Denison has been a member with the College of Wooster, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, and Ohio Wesleyan University of the Five Colleges of Ohio, a consortium created to consolidate library holdings and academic resources among these small liberal arts institutions.
Founded
1831
Company Founded
Headquarters
Granville, OH
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