The Horizon League is launching the “We Are All One Team” platform to provide student-athletes with an even greater role in responding to a variety of social issues. The platform is designed to expand and amplify the League’s commitment to unity, service, learning and engagement.

The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) expresses grave concern about guidance for international students released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Monday, July 6.

Detroit Mercy has created a new resource that will help speed up entry into campus.

A standout on the field and in the classroom, Detroit Mercy men's soccer senior Garret Weaver earned the Cecil N. Coleman Medal of Honor, the Horizon League’s highest honor for a student-athlete.

Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi and other leaders at AJCU colleges and universities highlight the impact of Jesuit education in a powerful video celebrating the AJCU’s 50th anniversary.

Members of the University of Detroit Mercy Community are stepping up in different ways to combat the COVID-19 crisis. We are sharing their stories here.

SEA-PHAGES is profoundly impacting Detroit Mercy students because it’s designed to excite students about scientific research. The yearlong freshman laboratory course allows students to discover, isolate and analyze bacterial-killing viruses known as bacteriophage, or phage for short.

Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi's statement about the tragedy in Minneapolis.

Justin Prinstein '12 created International Stars Baseball Academy in the winter of 2012 to introduce Detroit children to baseball. But the lessons extend far beyond the playing field: the non-profit organization helps children by providing mentorship, extracurricular programming and a support system.

Detroit Mercy Assistant Professor of Biology, TED Fellow, and National Geographic Explorer Nizar Ibrahim returned to the dig site in the Sahara Desert where he originally discovered Spinosaurus fossils and elected to remove more than 15 tons of rock because he felt there was more to be discovered.

Detroit Mercy's dual enrollment program with Detroit Cristo Rey High School provides a hands-on university experience, including science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) courses, to creative, engaged students from underserved populations.

Each year, during Women’s History Month, University of Detroit Mercy’s Department of Student Life recognizes an employee with its Phenomenal Woman Award. This year, Student Life recognized Amber Johnson, director of the TRiO Program.

University of Detroit Mercy junior Juliana Jakubczak is a co-author on Nizar Ibrahim’s groundbreaking article in the prestigious journal Nature, which showed Spinosaurus was aquatic and used tail-propelled swimming locomotion to hunt for prey.

Plans offer new model and schedule for McNichols Campus and allow students to return home before December to complete semester and final exams online.

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Megan Conrad was recently selected as a National Science Foundation (NSF) ASCEND fellow, a program that supports the advancement of mid-career women faculty and administrators in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.