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Building Success through Student Support

Serving the Common Good Starts with You

As a Flyer, you are connected, you are cared for, and you are part of a community. Our mission to create a better world and a brighter future starts with our commitment to your success. 

From academic advising and health and well-being to internship placement and programs that nurture a diverse, inclusive community, the University of Dayton offers a variety of resources to help students navigate the path to a bright future.

  • TOP 50

    "Colleges that Create Futures"


    according to the Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report

  • TOP 25

    Happiest Students according to the Princeton Review

Explore Your Calling

We believe that academic advising is collaborative, meaning-making and promotes reflection and agency for students on their vocational journey.

Explore Academic Advising

Removing Barriers, Empowering Students

From providing accommodations to writing support to academic coaching and personalized tutoring, we have you covered every step of the way.

Explore the Office of Learning Resources

Practical Experience for a Positive Impact

Through hands-on experiences with community-engaged learning, education abroad, research opportunities, and more, students combine their knowledge and passions to serve the common good.

Explore Experiential Learning

A Holistic Approach

At UD, we know health and well-being are important to your success. That’s why we help students of all backgrounds build a foundation for sustainable, lifelong, physical and mental well-being.

Explore Health and Well-Being Resources

Reaching New Heights

From choosing a major, finding a campus job or connecting with alumni for an internship or co-op, the Office of Career Services is here to help. 

The results of this support speak for themselves. When it comes time to leave campus, our graduates launch into their new careers.

Success Stats


of the class of 2021-2022 graduates are employed, in graduate school or in a full-time service program within six months.


graduation rate, compared to 63% for private four-year universities and 56% for public universities.