Where will the next four years take you?
WE ARE UD
All are welcome here. Our inclusive Catholic, Marianist tradition embraces community.
With more than 8,200 undergraduates, a 15:1 student-faculty ratio, and an average class size of 26, we are constantly interactive and inspired by one another.
Our Division I athletics offer thrills for both athletes and fans.
We are a top-tier national Catholic research university.
With our Bachelor’s Plus Master’s program, you can earn two degrees at an accelerated pace—saving you time and money.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs offers study tables, workshops, leadership opportunities, events and activities, and more.
Academic advising, the Knowledge Hub, and the Office of Learning Resources are here to support your academic success.
Career advising and the alumni mentor program help you prepare for a successful future.
96% of students are employed, in grad school, or in a full-time volunteer program within six months of graduation.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
• Applied Mathematical Economics
• Art Education
• Art History
- Communication Management
- Media Production
- Public Relations
• Computer Information Systems
• Computer Science
• Criminal Justice Studies
• Environmental Biology
• Environmental Geology
• Fine Arts
• Graphic Design
• Human Rights Studies
• International Studies
• Medicinal-Pharmaceutical Chemistry
• Music Composition
• Music Education
• Music Performance
• Music Therapy
• Physical Science
• Physics—Computer Science
• Political Science
• Religious Studies
• Theatre, Dance, and Performance Technology
• Visual Arts
• Women’s and Gender Studies
• Discover Arts
• Discover Sciences
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
• Business Economics
• International Business Management
• Management Information Systems
• Operations and Supply Management
• Discover Business
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH SCIENCES
• Health and Sport Science
- Exercise Physiology
- Exercise Science
- Pre-physical Therapy
- Sport Management
• Teacher Education
- Adolescence to Young Adult Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Foreign Language Education
- Intervention Specialist (Special Education)
- Middle Childhood Education/Intervention Specialist
- Secondary Catholic Religious Education
- Discover Teacher Education
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Discover Engineering
• Engineering Technology
- Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology
- Global Manufacturing Systems Engineering Technology
- Industrial Engineering Technology
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Discover Engineering Technology
Well, where do you want to go? It’s perfectly okay if you don’t know today. College is a remarkable journey of exploration and discovery, and we’re ready to be your guide.
At the University of Dayton, there’s more to learning and growing than classes and textbooks. While your course work is essential, a lot of important learning at the University of Dayton happens in the real world.
Whether you jet across the globe to install water purification systems in Uganda, study business for a semester in China, or volunteer a few miles away at a local school, you’ll engage with the world. At the University of Dayton, we know you’ll become a key member of a community united by shared beliefs, inspired ideas, and, of course, Flyer basketball.
As a Catholic, Marianist institution, we aim to educate the whole person—creating a unique community of curious minds and compassionate hearts. We constantly use what we learn and apply it in our own backyard and around the world to make a difference in the lives of others. Through improving the world, we improve ourselves.
At the University of Dayton, we know we live in a world of endless possibility. So go ahead, ask the big questions. Let’s work toward the common good together.
Four-Year Tuition Plan
At most universities, tuition increases each year. At UD, your grants and scholarships increase each year too. The result? The net tuition you pay stays the same all four years.
Nationally, 70% of students reported skipping buying books because of costs. If you visit campus and file the FAFSA, you can receive a textbook scholarship worth up to $4,000 (over four years).
Because of our four-year tuition plan, UD students have reduced borrowing by more than 22%, and our four-year graduation rate increased eight percentage points in just one year.
Most universities charge fees for labs, courses, orientation, etc. At UD, there are no surcharges, fees, or hidden expenses. There are no surprises here.