50 Years of Service

May 29, 2015

We're celebrating a milestone for the Dayton Summer Appalachia Program, our longest-standing service program. For a half-century, our students have spent summers among the people of Salyersville, Kentucky. They live simply and learn more than they ever could imagine.

Transformative Moments

May 27, 2015

Faculty, Students, Campus and Community, Research, Service and Giving, Catholic, Culture and Society

The University of Dayton is producing a free e-book about the state of the University today. it will be available in 2016.

Winning Scholarships

May 27, 2015

Campus and Community, Students

Six students from the University of Dayton won prestigious national awards and fellowships during the 2014-15 academic year.

Building Boom

May 25, 2015

Students, Sustainability, Campus and Community

The University of Dayton is investing $17 million during the next two years to build and upgrade housing in its distinctive student neighborhoods, home to most of the school's juniors and seniors.

High Scorers

May 20, 2015


Seven University of Dayton athletic programs — baseball, football, men's golf, women's cross country, women's golf, women's tennis and women's track — earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards for earning multi-year Academic Progress Rates in the top 10 percent of their sport.

Curiouser and Curiouser

May 18, 2015

Culture and Society, Fine Arts, Campus and Community

A University of Dayton Libraries exhibit will mark the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and celebrate a local book collector's gift of a colorful, whimsical special edition illustrated by Salvador Dali.

Faith, Learning, Hope

May 18, 2015

Education, Catholic

Teachers, administrators and other stakeholders from some of the nation's Catholic elementary and high schools will convene Wednesday, June 24, at the University of Dayton for the Catholic Education Summit to discuss how to improve outcomes and value for nearly two million Catholic school children.

Looking Out for Nepal

May 13, 2015

Faculty, Hot Topics

A University of Dayton geologist is helping a NASA-U.S. Geological Survey volunteer group detect severe hazards developing as a result of the April 25 and May 12 earthquakes in Nepal.

Enrollment Success

May 12, 2015

Students, Campus and Community

The University of Dayton expects to continue its strong enrollment momentum this fall, welcoming another large class that is more academically prepared and culturally and geographically diverse.

Soaring Flyers

May 11, 2015

Students, Engineering

University of Dayton students earned top honors in the international IT FLIES USA competition.

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