Campus and Community


Experiential Learning Stipend Program

October 16, 2018

Fund Your professional development goals with the help of Career Services and The Office of Experiential Learning.


When 2+2 Equals More Than 4

October 15, 2018

The UD Sinclair Academy is a national model in higher education for making a bachelor’s degree more affordable and accessible.


Humanities Visibility

October 15, 2018

University of Dayton humanities faculty and students have a new champion in Marissa McCray '00, a staff member and alumna working to highlight the visibility and value of the College of Arts and Sciences’ humanities degrees.


All About Mary

October 15, 2018

The Marian Library attracts scholars and the curious, Mary aficionados and pop culture lovers. It’s a treasure trove of all things Mary.


St. Meinrad Chaminade Scholars Retreat

October 11, 2018

"Whenever we leave the holy place to go to the marketplace, we should carry with us what we've gained." - Archabbot Lambert Reilly, OSB


A Sign of Hope

October 10, 2018

When Professor Roger Reeb’s students help the homeless learn American Sign Language or harvest tomatoes and zucchini at a shelter’s urban farm, it is not just about the new language skills or the vegetables, and the students are not just volunteers.


Reflections on Today's Readings

October 01, 2018

If you are feeling overwhelmed and not sure how you are going to carry it all, cry out to God who hears you. Do not fear sharing the load.


Power and Vulnerability

October 01, 2018

University of Dayton faculty and students are sinking their teeth into this year's Humanities Commons theme, “power and vulnerability,” inspired by the Dayton Ballet's October performances of Dracula: Bloodlines.


The People in Your Neighborhood

September 27, 2018

Residents of Honors Special Interest Houses Share Their Experiences


‘Great Scott!’: Go ‘Back to the Future’ with Archive-It

September 25, 2018

UD's subscription to a web archiving software called Archive-It makes it possible to browse UD's website like it's 1999.

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