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In the News: February 26, 2017

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.

Students and Campus Life

College Kid Trying to Save a Few Bucks

I heard that college was expensive almost everywhere before I set foot on Dayton's campus. You hear parents complain about tuition on sitcoms or an older friend come back to visit and whine about ramen every night.

Students and campus life

Ohio's Weather

Welcome to Ohio where you'll absolutely love the weather one moment and dislike it the next.

Students and campus life

Ohio's Symphony of Seasons

So what does it mean to be prepared for Ohio weather?


A Community of Welcome

Walking across campus, I struck up a conversation with a first-year African American student from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Without prompting, he told me he grew up in a poor, inner-city neighborhood, but the University of Dayton now feels like home.


Living the Mission

The Lackner Awards dinner has become one of my favorite nights on campus. It's more than just a heartwarming evening. It lifts the soul.


Sir John Royce: 2017 Jurist in Residence

Sir John Royce enlightens and enthralls audiences at Dayton Law


Faculty in the News: February 24, 2017

Professor Robert Brecha discusses renewable energy transformation in today's political and economic environment. See this and other highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.



Please pray especially during this Lenten season for our elect and our candidates for full communion in the Church as they prepare to celebrate the sacraments of initiation.


University of Dayton Libraries Strategic Plan 2017-2020

The Libraries' strategic plan provides a context for our work. Our mission states, "As a dynamic organization that thrives in relation with our community, the Libraries respond to diverse and changing user needs. We exemplify the characteristics of Marianist education and leadership, which inform our models for innovative and sustainable collections, discovery, and service so that we can empower learning, scholarship, and creative expression."

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