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Odyssey Oehme

The UD Way

Looking around campus, you would struggle to find a harder working first-year student than Odyssey Oehme. Supporting herself while in school is a daunting task — especially when large expenses hit.

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


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


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


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

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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.
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Learn. Lead. Serve. Pray.

"Callings" is billed as an introduction to the heart and soul of UD for incoming first-year students, and there’s truth in that advertising.

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Human Rights 07.15.21
A Conversation with the Keeper of King’s Legacy

A current UD student speaks with a distinguished alumna about her career in museums and human rights advocacy.

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University renews ATI commitment to serve lower income students

The University of Dayton renewed its commitment to expanding opportunity and access for lower income students as part of the American Talent Initiative, a national alliance of high-performing colleges and universities committed to addressing this important societal need.

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UD Magazine

In-person classes to resume

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‘The child is father of the man’

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What is Advancement?

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