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Teacher Education

The Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) has granted the University of Dayton accreditation for its teacher preparation program, based in part on evidence that graduates are competent and caring educators.


Social Media Law in a Nutshell

Social media posts can sink your chance for a fair and impartial trial, judge or jury, as well as influence investigations, according to a new book due out May 28 by University of Dayton law professor and social media law expert Thaddeus Hoffmeister.


Strong Enrollment

The University of Dayton expects to welcome one of its largest, most diverse and academically gifted classes in school history this fall.


Top for Teachers

The University of Dayton’s undergraduate program preparing future high school teachers is among the best in the nation, ranked in the top 10 percent by the National Council on Teacher Quality.

Campus and Community

A New Challenge

Beth Keyes, vice president for facilities and campus operations for the University of Dayton, has announced she plans to retire after a nearly 30-year career that has touched every aspect of the physical campus.

Campus and Community

The Great Rebate

The Dayton Power and Light Company has awarded the University of Dayton energy efficiency rebates totaling $500,000 for projects on campus that are improving the environment. With support from DP&L, the University implemented many energy-efficient initiatives during the last decade to accumulate the rebates.


A Historic Transformation

The University of Dayton is embarking on a $72 million renovation of its arena. The transformation of University of Dayton Arena will occur in three phases from 2017 to 2019.


The Future of Lawyering

Leveraging the proximity of two prominent global technology companies — Emerson on the University of Dayton campus and LexisNexis in nearby Miamisburg — law students are learning about data security and privacy, product liability and regulation, plus working in a real-world lab to develop new legal products and services.

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