A top-tier Catholic research university, the University of Dayton graduates innovators and scholars — servant leaders who use their knowledge and skills to positively impact the world. And our commitment to affordability helps ensure their success.

Four years ago, the University of Dayton embarked on a bold plan — eliminate fees and hold steady the tuition a student pays from year one to year four.

“When we decided to overhaul the way we charged tuition, we saw it as part of our obligation as a Catholic institution to do what is right for our students,” said Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management.

The Class of 2017 — the first to enroll under the plan — had higher retention and graduation rates, and lower student loan debt.