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Student and Family News Digests - Summer/Fall 2022

St. Mary’s Hall water leak repairs continue in July, water shut off on three floors

Facilities Management will be working in St. Mary’s Hall throughout July to replace piping systems due to a water leak on the second floor. Water to the second, third and fourth floors will be shut off until work is complete. Second- and third-floor work is scheduled to be completed by July 15, and fourth-floor work has a tentative completion date of Aug. 1. Read more on Porches.

New vice president for advancement well-positioned to lead

The path Christopher Morrison has traveled has touched nearly all facets of the University of Dayton experience — student, alum, parent of three graduates and employee. Known and respected across the University, he is well-positioned to lead UD's advancement and fundraising efforts when he becomes vice president for advancement Aug. 1. Read more here.

Reduce energy use noon-1 p.m. Friday

The University will be participating in an electric demand response test noon-1 p.m. Friday, July 8. Employees on campus should turn off all office equipment, computers, printers and lighting not necessary for safety or productivity. For more detailed information, check your University email or visit the UD energy web page, then click on the demand response program link at the bottom of the page. Contact Steve Kendig, executive director of energy utilization and environmental sustainability, with questions.

 


Additional Information and Resources

Seminars and Group Therapy

The Counseling Center offers a variety of groups to address the diverse concerns of students. Research shows that group counseling is an effective mode of treatment for various concerns and offers unique therapeutic benefits compared to individual counseling. Visit the Counseling Center Seminars & Group Therapy.

Technology trouble? Start with UDit.

Whether you have a question about Wi-Fi performance, a problem on your computer, or need advice about using one of UD's many online tools and resources, make UDit your first stop for tech support. Reaching out to our  IT Service Center helps you get the support you need as quickly as possible and helps UDit keep our campus network running smoothly.  Place a request online, call 937-229-3888, email ITservicecenter@udayton.edu, or schedule an appointment to stop by.


Information about mail and packages

Letters received by UD mailing services will be forwarded to your home address listed with the University. Please make sure your home address on file is correct. Students also should submit a change of address form at their local post office or online. Be sure to include your complete UD address including the zip code (45409 or 45419).

UD mailing services cannot forward Amazon or DHL packages. Cancel your Amazon order and reorder them to have them sent to your current residence. Call UD mailing services at 937-229-2087 to discuss options for receiving DHL packages. UPS and FedEx packages can be forwarded to you if you provide us a shipping label, which you can receive from UPS and FedEx. E-mail the label to udmailingservices@udayton.edu. 

For questions and to discuss special circumstances for retrieving packages, call 937-229-2087 or email udmailingservices@udayton.edu. Be sure to leave your first and last name, including the spelling, and your phone number.


Internet access for online learning

If you do not have access to the Internet in your location, please check with the cable and Internet provider in your area for alternatives. For example, Charter is offering free access to Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi for 60 days for new K-19 and college student households. If this type of option is not available to you, please have your student consult with the faculty member teaching their class on alternatives. 

Student Resources

24/7 Immediate Crisis Assistance:

Public Safety: 937-229-2121 or 911

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (1-888-628-9454 for Spanish)

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

Resources on Campus: