University Advancement

Making a difference

Sam Windsor ’19 is making a difference on campus as a co-coordinator for the Christmas on Campus service event.

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Reignite the UD light

Alumni, parents and friends are invited to volunteer at one of the Christmas off Campus events across the country.

Find Christmas off Campus events

Power in Numbers

When we rally together, we can really make a difference. See how your support leverages confidence in the University of Dayton and makes a UD education possible for future Flyers year after year.

Power in Numbers

When we rally together, we can really make a difference. See how your support leverages confidence in the University of Dayton and makes a UD education possible for future Flyers year after year.

Giving

Giving to the University of Dayton is quick and easy and your support provides amazing opportunities for students.

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Alumni

Stay connected with your fellow Flyers as you learn, lead and serve after graduation.

Find Fellow Flyers

Impact

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

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Volunteer

Service is a way of life for University of Dayton family.

Get Involved

Find Fellow Flyers

Flyers are found across the globe and alumni communities are a great way to keep in touch with your fellow alums. Find a community near you to connect with fellow Flyers and participate in local alumni events.

Fast Facts

300+

Events held across the country annually

100,000+

Flyer alumni around the world

Service

52 years of service and counting

I am proud to say generous donations are the reason UDSAP is 52-years-old and counting.

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Human Rights 12.03.18
Human Rights Alumni

McLean Johnson ’12 is one of several alumni showcasing the wide range of career possibilities available to graduates of the University of Dayton’s landmark human rights studies program, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

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12.12.18
Researcher Receives Second Patent for Device to Provide Relief from Glaucoma

Khalid Lafdi, University of Dayton Wright Brothers Endowed Chair in Nanomaterials, was named on a second patent for a medical drainage device mainly for glaucoma patients that also could be used for drainage in the ears, brain or chest or to provide access to larger veins or arteries.

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What is Advancement?

The Advancement Division promotes a culture of philanthropy, volunteer engagement and lifelong relationships with the University.