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Preparing For Your Visit

The best way to determine if the University of Dayton is where you belong is to see it for yourself.

Textbook Scholarship

To make your campus visit even more rewarding, incoming first-year students who attend an official campus visit or event, including virtual appointments and events, and file the FAFSA may be eligible to receive up to $500 each semester for your textbooks upon enrollment at UD.

Customize Your Visit

Multicultural Student Virtual Appointment

Register to chat with one of our current multicultural students. Learn about the resources, opportunities to get involved, and life on UD campus from a Dayton Flyer.

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Transfer Student Visit

Register for a virtual appointment to speak one-on-one with an admission counselor about the application process, admission requirements, academic programs, student life and more.

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UD Sinclair Academy Visit

Learn about UD's partnership with Sinclair College. Register for a virtual appointment to talk one-on-one with an admission counselor about the application process and more.

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Connect with an Admission Counselor

At UD, we understand the power of community and building relationships, so we want to offer you the chance to get to know us, too. We’re all here to help you navigate the admission and financial aid process, and if you have any questions about becoming a Dayton Flyer, just let us know!

Meet the Counselors
Academic Appointment

To schedule an academic appointment with a faculty member, contact the academic department directly.

Academic Departments
Career Services Appointment

To schedule an appointment with a career adviser, contact Career Services directly.

Career Services

  • The City of Dayton
  • Dining on Campus
  • Campus Happenings
  • All modesty aside, Dayton is among the most underrated cities in the United States. It's a hidden gem rich in history, culture and recreation.

    Explore Dayton

    And with its vast dining options and top-notch facilities, the University has received more than eight national awards for excellence in college dining since 2010.

    Campus Dining

    With over 270 student clubs and organizations, more than 80 majors and a wide variety of service opportunities, there's always something happening on campus. Browse through and you're sure to find something to pique your interest.

    Campus Calendar

    Why did you choose UD?

    What are UD's strengths?

    What majors are popular? Can you double major?

    What is it like attending a Catholic, Marianist university? 

    Do your professors hold office hours, and will they meet with you outside of class?

    How is academic advising structured?

    Do students use any on-campus tutoring programs or writing centers?

    How big are your classes?

    Do professors conduct research with students?

    Is it popular to study abroad?

    What's a typical day like?

    What do you do when you're not in class or on the weekends?

    How do students become involved in different clubs and organizations?

    Is there a lot of school spirit?

    What is your favorite place to eat on campus?

    What makes the student body unique?

    Is there diversity on campus?

    Are internships and co-ops available? How do you find them?

    Are there opportunities to build leadership skills on campus?

    What options exist for service learning in the community?