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The parade honors all military service personnel. Veteran organizations, community groups, marching bands and schools can show their support or register to participate in the parade.

Dave DeBusschere '62 was a three-time consensus All-American under coach Bob Calihan during his career with the Titans and still ranks highly in several career marks.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing is the only Michigan university to offer an Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) program. The ENP program is a one-year online program and is a post-Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP) program. The ENP program offered by Detroit Mercy is one of only 14 across the country.

The lecture focuses on the book, "Teaching and Designing in Detroit: Ten Women on Pedagogy and Practice," edited by former Dean Stephen Vogel and Professor Libby Balter Blume.

The story follows Antigone, daughter of Oedipus, as she defies her politician uncle Creon to give her brother a proper burial, even though the act is punishable by death. Antigone’s act of civil disobedience sparks a struggle between individual and state in this timeless tale which resonates in contemporary politics.

Detroit Mercy president Antoine M. Garibaldi was interviewed on the Paul W. Smith show on WJR 760 AM about his relationship with General Colin L. Powell, who he worked closely with from 1996-2000.

Hundreds of students from Michigan Independent Colleges & Universities institutions came together to make important statements to lawmakers.

Daniel Larsson was eager to take a leap of faith by moving to another country to continue his academic and athletic career. He left Norway to study at Detroit Mercy, where he is a freshman Business Administration major and a defender on the men’s soccer team.

Jenifer Young remembers what it was like on her first day of classes on Detroit Mercy’s McNichols Campus. “I was standing in front of the Commerce and Finance building and holding my books and being so excited about the idea that one day I would be graduating,” she said. That was almost 20 years ago. Today, at 37, Young is putting her Detroit Mercy education to use as the CEO of One God TV Network, a global Christian television network aimed at millennials. It’s a company she built from the ground up led, she says, by God.

Assistant Professor Kelli Frost generally assigns students in her first-year Introduction to the PA Profession class service work in healthcare settings. This year, with clinic placements still scarce, Frost had to find another way. She turned to the program’s alumni.

University of Detroit Mercy’s undergraduate nursing program was ranked in the top 150 nationally by U.S. News & World Report, receiving a No. 148 rank in the Nursing category of 2022 “Best Colleges” rankings. The rankings were released by the publication Sept. 13.

More than 1,600 alumni, students, faculty and staff, family and friends attended nearly two dozen events on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1-2 to help celebrate Homecoming.

President Antoine M. Garibaldi helped celebrate the grand opening of the revamped McNichols and 6 Mile streetscape just outside of the headquarters of the Live6 Alliance, roughly a half-mile west of Detroit Mercy.

President Antoine M. Garibaldi attended this year’s Mackinac Policy Conference. Since June 2011, this conference has provided the opportunity for him to speak with many local and state government officials, as well as business, civic and philanthropic leaders (several of whom are alumni) about the progress of the University.

This is the fifth year in a row that the University has ranked among the top third of all U.S. universities in The Wall Street Journal’s (WSJ) 2022 Times Higher Education (THE) college rankings.

University of Detroit Mercy will host a Bioneers Pollinator event, the 16th annual Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit (GLBD) Conference, titled “One Earth Community,” Oct. 15-16.

Founders Week celebrates Detroit Mercy’s Jesuit and Mercy founders with special events throughout the week.

Detroit Mercy sophomore Jayanthesh Kalmat is preparing to compete at the World Roller Figure Skating Championships in Asuncion, Paraguay, later this month.

The powerful suicide awareness exhibit Send Silence Packing was displayed at Detroit Mercy during national Suicide Awareness Month. The exhibit was first displayed in 2008 on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., and has since toured the country, stopping at mostly college campuses.

In celebration of Founders Week, Sr. Simone Campbell visits the University to address the topic of “Sacred Listening.”

Two undergraduate programs in University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration achieved national rankings in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” 2022 edition.

Detroit Mercy was ranked among the top 200 national universities by U.S. News & World Report for a third year in a row, earning a No. 187 rank in the National Universities category of the publication’s “Best Colleges” 2022 edition.

Hundreds of Detroit Mercy students watched as dozens of drones illuminated the night sky above the McNichols Campus during Welcome Week.

University of Detroit Mercy welcomed 573 new freshmen this fall. Approximately 544 of this total will attend the McNichols Campus, which represents the largest McNichols class in the past 12 years. 

The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency recognizes educational institutions for their commitment to providing on-campus, veteran-centric services to student veterans and dependents utilizing a GI Bill and other educational benefits.

The University is thrilled to welcome our new and returning students to our three campuses for the 2021-22 academic year.

Incoming freshmen will open their college careers by performing service work in the Fitzgerald Neighborhood in northwest Detroit. This program introduces new students to service learning while reinforcing the mission of the University.

In a letter to the University community, Antoine M. Garibaldi reflects on his time as president of Detroit Mercy.

Detroit Mercy is recognized as a designated university committed to helping veterans and military personnel achieve success. The Military Friendly Schools list has set the standard for higher education institutions to provide the best opportunities for veterans and their spouses.

The Conviction Integrity Clinic will give students the opportunity to provide access to legal services for people serving time for felony convictions, who claim they are innocent. The goal of this clinic is to educate law students about the issues that lead to wrongful convictions and to engage students directly in the review of innocence claims made by individuals who have been convicted of a crime.

University of Detroit Mercy is proud to be part of a national campaign to double the maximum Pell Grant to $13,000 and help more students earn a degree, get a good-paying job and achieve a brighter future.

The Metro-Detroit Regional Vehicle Cybersecurity Institute is designed to expand and enhance the cybersecurity engineering workforce through an applied curriculum developed in consultation with industry partners.

Michael Dundorf’s life has long been about giving. At 80, he still tutors high school and middle school students in math for the Boys & Girls Club. He has donated time and treasure for a local community college and hospital. Through his estate plan, those three institutions, along with Detroit Mercy, will feel the results of his generosity for many years to come.

When Nihad Dukhan isn't teaching Mechanical Engineering at Detroit Mercy, he's working on one of his longtime passions: calligraphy.

Multiple Titans student-athletes were recognized as University of Detroit Mercy’s Department of Athletics recently announced its 2020-21 Athletic & Academic award winners.

Edward Martell '14, '18, has turned his life around thanks to a challenge by a judge and scholarships to University of Detroit Mercy.

After careful review and consideration of guidance from medical and public health experts, all University of Detroit Mercy students, faculty and staff will be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and be fully vaccinated on or before August 16, 2021.

Cynthia Gutiérrez Navarro is the first Detroit Mercy student to be awarded a Michigan Sea Grant (MISG) Environmental Internship and a MISG Community Engaged Internship this summer.

Remarks of remembrance of Sr. Maureen Fay, O.P. President Emerita, University of Detroit Mercy by current Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi.

Sr. Maureen served Detroit Mercy with distinction from 1990-2004. Prior to her leadership at the University, she was president of Mercy College of Detroit from 1983-90.

The Vivere ex Missione awards are presented each year to four graduating students whose time at University of Detroit Mercy was marked by leadership, service and scholarship.

A team of three business students earned high marks — including a first place — in the International Business Ethics and Sustainability Case Competition hosted by Loyola Marymount University in April.

That's a wrap! University of Detroit Mercy honored the Fall 2020 and Winter and Summer 2021 graduates with virtual commencement ceremonies, May 14-15. The University also hosted an On-Campus Graduation Celebration on Sunday, May 16. Hundreds of graduates returned to the McNichols Campus to receive recognition and gifts for their dedication and hard work.

During this Ignatian year, we will have several opportunities at Detroit Mercy to reflect.

As a child, Nurzahan Rahman dreamed of being her school’s valedictorian. That dream is now a reality, as Rahman was named the University of Detroit Mercy Class of 2021 valedictorian.

Helping others feel equally welcome and making a difference at Detroit Mercy have been priorities for Dalonzo Curges.

Taylor Kile came to University of Detroit Mercy wanting to become an architect. After four years, she completes her undergraduate career knowing exactly how she can impact the world.

In 2017, Bonanza Cummings left Jamaica, the only home he had ever known, to attend Detroit Mercy in pursuit of a better future, to grow academically, spiritually and athletically as a sprinter for the Titans’ men’s track and field team.

To show its appreciation for essential workers just entering their profession, Carhartt and CID have donated 336 pairs of scrubs to the graduating class of Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing.

Detroit Mercy announces the appointment of Jelani Jefferson Exum as the new dean of the School of Law, effective July 1. She is a nationally recognized expert in sentencing law and procedure and joined the University's faculty in 2019.