- Giving Impact
- Impact Report
- Message from Dr. Spina
- Impact of Endowed Funds
- The Most Meaningful Impact
- Answering Curran's Call to Action
- A Valuable Partnership Supporting a Growing Need
- Giving Coaches What They Need to Succeed
- More Than an Education
- The Gift That Gives Back
- A New Home for a Vital Campus Program
- An Unexpected Path — and a Big Impact
- Giving FAQ
Thank you for your support.
Simple words, but heartfelt. It is you, our alumni and friends, who provide the possibility for our students not only to receive an excellent education, but also to experience life-changing opportunities at home and around the world. We are so grateful for your generosity and for the example you provide to each and every University of Dayton student. Your support allows us to continue our mission.
Our annual Impact Report explores the many ways donors make a difference in the lives of current and future Flyers. Every donor plays a pivotal role in continuing the UD experience. Check out the stories below to see how students' lives are impacted through gifts.
A message to alumni, parents and friends from Eric F. Spina.
The University of Dayton endowment creates a base of perpetual support for the mission of the University.
At the University of Dayton, a gift's impact often goes far beyond bricks and mortar.
Daniel Curran imprinted his bold vision on every University program and initiative, including a signature program of his legacy, the Human Rights Center.
For decades, the University of Dayton has been at the forefront of advanced research and technology.
All athletic programs rely upon the quality of their facilities to attract top talent and compete on a national level.
Wed-to-wed stories are common at any college, and the University of Dayton is no exception. Two examples? The Toias and the Pettys.
Gifts of all kinds change lives at the University of Dayton, including gifts of time.
Almost a quarter century ago, University of Dayton Emergency Medical Services took shape, and it has evolved into a vital — and life-saving — campus presence.