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Donors Support Experiential Learning

Whether it’s a semester abroad or a shorter term domestic immersion, donors are helping students like Elise get real-world experiences that help prepare them for the workforce.

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Flyers Are Golden

Dan and Mary Kelley, both of the Class of ‘71, are among the 300 new Golden Flyer inductees and are helping UD build a culture of philanthropy, driven by engagement and participation.

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Give

Your support helps make the full University of Dayton experience possible for students. Giving is quick and easy.

Connect

Find a community near you to connect with fellow Flyers and participate in local alumni events.

Volunteer

Service is a way of life for Flyers. Find out how you can give back to the University of Dayton.

Impact

Donors and volunteers make a difference in the lives of current and future Flyers.

Join the Front Porch Society

Make a gift of any size, for three consecutive years, to become a member of the Front Porch Society. Every gift is a vote of confidence in the University of Dayton and supports students, faculty and programs.

Fast Facts

100%

The year over year increase in student financial aid requests.

3%

The amount of student financial aid met by donor-funded scholarships.

Campus and Community August 04, 2022
UD Community — How Sweet It Is
Jeffrey Neace ’88, identifies as a serial entrepreneur — ideas are his stock-in-trade, and he is always ready to develop the next one.
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Students and Campus Life August 03, 2022
Callings
When you were in college, what would you have said if someone asked, “What is your vocation?” Would you have named your future career? Perhaps your plans for single, married or religious life? The Callings program at the University of Dayton gives students a different perspective — focusing their attention on arguably the most important time of life: right now.
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July 26, 2022
Weird Is the New Community
Becoming a new mother didn’t go the way Ariella Siegel ’13 expected. But that wasn't going to stop Amy Plassenthal ’08 from making things a little easier.
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UD Magazine

A little porch sittin'

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Main Attraction

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