Virtual Engagement

Virtual Alumni Engagement

In these challenging times, it is more important than ever that we stay connected as a Denison community living throughout the world. Gratefully, we have many opportunities to come together online to support and learn from one another.

Denison is here for you in so many ways. From career support to networking needs to finding your friends from college, we are proud and hopeful for the opportunity to support you in every way we can.

Listed below are some of the ways alumni can stay engaged with Denison, and more importantly, Denisonians.

While many of our events are now virtual, there are opportunities to network, learn, and connect with alumni.

Click here to see upcoming events “near” you.

Missing that intellectual stimulation from your favorite professors? Wish you could watch that epic sports contest of exhilarating arts performance once more? This section is for you!

Check out our ever-growing collection of opportunities to learn and be entertained. And watch them whenever you want!

Virtual Events On-Demand

“Comfort Zone Correction” discussion with Author Emily Horabik ’03
A Reading of “Willa’s Grove” with NYT Bestselling Author Laura Munson ’88
Managing Change in an Uncertain World with Matt Fadel ’08

View our entire collection of on-demand virtual event videos.

The Performing Arts at Denison

The Vail Series Presents
Aoife O’Donovan in Concert
Nicole Harris ’20
Ernest Bloch
Suite Hébraïque Rapsodie
Shengbo Shi ’21
Franz Joseph Haydn
Piano Concerto No. 11 in D major

Memorable Big Red Sports Classics

Denison men’s lacrosse
vs. Ohio Wesleyan
April 30, 2016
Denison women’s basketball
vs. DePauw
Jan. 27, 2016
Denison football
vs. No. 14 Wittenberg
Oct. 15, 2016

If you have the time, we would welcome your talent!

Check out the multitude of ways you can help out your alma mater.

Our students are working so hard to get through college in their “new normal.” You can support the diligent efforts of prospective students, current students, and recent grads in a number of ways.

These are extraordinary times, and you can play a crucial role in helping them achieve success.

Here’s how:



In the same way that researchers have been looking back at how the world’s population reacted to and endured pandemics in the past, future generations of scholars will be studying how Denisonians have been responding, coping, connecting, and living day-to-day through the current COVID-19 pandemic. But these future scholars won’t be able to explore these topics unless we record our experiences now.

This is why we need your help. We are creating an archival collection that documents the Denison community’s experiences. If you’ve been keeping a diary or journal, writing essays, taking pictures, making videos, or creating art or science relating to the pandemic, please consider donating these materials to the Denison University Archives.

If you haven’t created anything, but would still like to contribute to the project, let us know, and we will arrange for you to participate in an oral history type of interview with us. Basically, we want to include in our comprehensive collection anything that conveys and reflects on your experiences with COVID-19.

Please submit your COVID-19 story here to help make Denison’s record of this unique time in our history more complete. We encourage you to view this brief video of University Archivist Sasha Griffin explaining the scope and importance of the project, and we thank you in advance for your participation.

From Facebook to Instagram to Twitter to YouTube and LinkedIn, check out all of our social platforms to get connected, stay informed, and have some fun!

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And while you’re at it, download the official Denison app on your mobile devices. It features all the latest campus news and upcoming events. For added convenience, you can enable push notifications so that you’ll be notified of important news updates.

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Lori Anger

Director of Alumni & Family Engagement