Our awesome streaming video database Kanopy is a great way to spend time indoors when it is so cold outside.
We're celebrating Green Dot Week (Feb. 8 - 12) with special coloring pages and green dots. A green dot is anything you do to make our community safer.
The adult coloring craze has swept the nation and University of Dayton Libraries is part of the fun.
Brochures from the 20th century highlight the rewards, challenges and responsibilities that come with vocations to religious life.
Porch Reads is a book club exclusively for undergraduate students at the University of Dayton. Benefits include free books, free food, lively discussions, and a chance at a $50 bookstore voucher.
Need PATH points? Attend these upcoming Latino Americans: 500 Years of History events to receive housing point credit.
University of Dayton is an active and contributing member to the Catholic Portal, an online database of rare Catholic scholarly resources.
This archive was established in 2014 to increase awareness and consumption of vocal repertoire with texts by Dunbar, whose poetic voice has influenced generations of American poets — including those responsible for the blossoming of the Harlem Renaissance.
Presenting powerful works of art, including prints, paintings, sculpture and video. Exhibit themes include political representation and equal opportunity for education and jobs, as well as broad civil and human rights.
Our Collab Film Series features the documentaries The Empowerment Project and Flirting with Danger. Both are PATH point-eligible events.