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Campus Engagement

Bringing UD to You

Experience cross-campus opportunities that range from virtual tours and webinars to blogs and lectures.

Sing Along

The University of Dayton Ebony Heritage Singers recorded this version of "I Sing Because I'm Happy."

The University of Dayton a cappella group Flying Solos collaborated virtually in this performance of "Knock On My Door."

Enjoy this virtual choir performance of "O Love" composed by Elaine Hagenberg.

Virtually Visit Campus

Two University of Dayton alumni are building the UD campus in Minecraft. As engineering students, they were playing Minecraft with friends and decided to build Kettering Labs. They joked that they should keep building campus. They have since graduated and moved to different cities, but they still find time to continue their mission of completing the whole campus. Follow their progress on Twitter @MinecraftDayton

University librarians have created a virtual escape room that will challenge your logic and puzzle-solving skills. Can you figure out the answers in order to escape?

Try the escape room

Join our student tour guides for the next best thing to visiting campus.

See What's Happening

We asked current students about the value of experiential learning. In this video, you'll hear about their experiences and the help they received through UD's Career Services office.

University of Dayton students are constantly engaged in the world around them, whether it’s through research, service-learning, education abroad, internships or co-ops. Learn how students are preparing for their future lives.

Stander Symposium is the University’s annual showcase of academic excellence. Students from across campus present their research. This year the symposium was held virtually, and you can view the recorded presentations at any time.

Explore Stander Symposium 2020

Watch University of Dayton media production students’ short-form documentary, “Dayton’s Darkest Summer: The Rise from Tragedy,” which reflects on how the city is recovering from the tornadoes and mass shooting, and shares stories of survivors, witnesses and those who lost loved ones.

There are currently 31 official University blogs that you read and connect with — including two especially for alumni: Flyers for Life and Alumni and Friends Making an Impact.

Read UD Blogs

Cheer for the Flyers

Take a look around the University of Dayton Arena as the Dayton Flyers Men's Basketball team is introduced on March 7, 2020. Join the Red Scare student section as they get ready for the final game in Dayton's regular season, finishing 18-0 in the Atlantic 10.

Learn Something New

Want to learn something new in 90 seconds? See what happens when we ask UD faculty to answer thought-provoking questions in less than two minutes.

Watch a 90-second lecture

During four weeks in April, University of Dayton faculty members offered insight and expertise on COVID-19 and the common good from diverse perspectives and disciplines. The teach-ins were recorded and are being hosted for continued viewing.

Watch a teach-in

UD’s Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation shows how we can bring passion, purpose and possibility to our children by creating a YouTube channel together that entertains and educates during COVID-19.

Watch more from IACT

Every year, the UD Speaker Series brings you nationally and internationally renowned authors, scholars, artists and activists to add to the purposeful and critical discussions taking place every day in our community.

Watch the Speaker Series

Learn about visual literacy — the ability to find, interpret and use images — by making your own meme. This interactive workshop from UD Libraries is available online until Sept. 25.

Learn more

Participants will receive an introduction to the long struggle many marginalized groups faced to gain the right to vote, learn about the Flyer connection to the 26th Amendment, learn why voting is important in every election, and explore nonpartisan resources to research what will be on the ballot. This online workshop is available until Oct. 2.

Learn more

UD has a rich heritage, and this heritage has played a part in creating the strong Flyer community we know today. This online scavenger hunt is made up of 50 questions that will help you learn more about campus traditions throughout time. It is available until Sept. 30.

Join the fun

Celebrate the Class of 2020

Share a Suggestion

If you are involved with a virtual campus opportunity that would be a great addition to the list, please contact McKenzie Morin '06.