Aerial photograph of the Immaculate Conception Chapel

Automated External Defibrillators

Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) provide a potentially lifesaving electrical shock to individuals experiencing cardiac arrest.  Statistics indicate that a significant percentage of lives can be saved by using an AED and administering CPR within the first few minutes following cardiac arrest.

Training and certification for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and AED use is available to students, faculty, and staff through the Student Volunteer Rescue Squad.  Please visit the Student Volunteer Rescue Squad page for information on CPR and AED training.

The University of Dayton AED program includes the following locations:

  • All police cruisers
  • The ambulance
  • Health Center
  • 1700 South Patterson Building
  • Albert-Emanuel Hall
  • Anderson Center
  • Athletics trainers (on-field use)
  • Arena (main floor and in Flight Deck/Boesch Lounge)
  • Bombeck Center
  • Campus South lobby
  • Chaminade Hall
  • Chapel
  • College Park Center lobby and second floor
  • Cronin Athletics Center
  • Frericks Center lobby
  • Founders Hall lobby
  • Gosiger Hall
  • Humanities
  • Keller Hall
  • Kennedy Union lobby
  • Kettering Engineering Labs lobby
  • Lawnview Apartments
  • Marianist Hall lobby
  • Marycrest Hall lobby
  • Miriam Hall
  • RecPlex (running track, fitness center, mezzanine, first floor near locker rooms, pool)
  • Roesch Library lobby
  • Science Center lobby
  • St. Joseph's Hall
  • St. Mary's Hall
  • Stuart Hall lobby
  • V W Kettering Hall lobby