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Helping Beyond Yourself

Students like Angela Crawford gush with gratitude when talking about the generosity of donors, and the impact they make in a student’s life.

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Forever on the Field

Family, friends and teammates joined together to create an athletic scholarship that has honored UD football player, Matt Dahlinghaus, for decades.

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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.

Service December 02, 2022
Coming Back and Giving Back

For Catherine Cappetto ’08, her love for UD merits much more than a visit back to campus for Reunion Weekend every five years. Despite her busy schedule, she devotes time in volunteer roles for UD.

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Giving November 28, 2022
Education and Values

Both of Sandra Henry’s ’69 parents were smart and accomplished, but neither was able to complete their bachelor’s degree due to a lack of funds. In their honor, she has created two scholarships: the Kenneth Henry Scholarship and the Alice Henry Scholarship. As a lifelong educator, she directed the scholarships to help UD School of Education and Health Sciences students earn their degrees — and graduate without substantial debt.

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Faculty and Staff November 14, 2022
Committing to UD's Future
For the past 12 years, Bill and Sue Trollinger have made regular financial contributions to the University of Dayton’s academic and athletic programs. It’s a practice they plan to continue even after they retire from their faculty positions — they vow to be donors for life.
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UD Magazine

The Flyer Connection

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Opening the Door

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