Class of 2019 Alumni Spirit Awards: Arlyce Seibert ’71, educator

Each year, University of Detroit Mercy chooses an alumnus of each of its Colleges or Schools to honor as someone who has excelled in his or her profession, demonstrated outstanding leadership in work and devoted himself or herself in service to the larger community. Award recipients reflect the University’s mission …

Antoine Davis breaks NCAA Division I freshman 3-point record

Congratulations to the Titans’ Antoine Davis, who broke the NCAA Division I freshman 3-point record last night at Calihan Hall in a 87-85 win over IUPUI. Davis scored 20 points during the contest. Senior Josh McFolley had a game-high 23 points. Three minutes into the second half, Davis broke NBA legend Stephen Curry’s NCAA single-season …

Great news for those who want advanced degrees

University of Detroit Mercy announced today an adjustment in graduate tuition for the institution’s MBA, Master of Community Development and graduate programs in Architecture, Nursing and Engineering. The new reduced tuitions now make Detroit Mercy’s high-quality, nationally ranked graduate programs even more affordable choices than ever before. The new tuition …

Detroit Mercy vs. OU donor challenge results

The good news: More than 900 people made donations to University of Detroit Mercy from Feb. 11-15 as part of the fourth annual Donor Challenge against Oakland University. The not-so-good news: It wasn’t enough to keep Tommy Titan from wearing OU mascot Grizz’s jersey Saturday at the men’s basketball game …

The Hon. Langford Morris portrait to be unveiled at Detroit Mercy Law

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law will host a portrait unveiling of alumna and Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Denise K. Langford Morris on Friday, March 8, International Women’s Day. Painted by Detroit artist Henry Heading, the portrait is a gift from four Detroit Mercy Law student organizations—Law Review, Black Law …

Get to know: Annie Mendoza ’14, ’16, building on Detroit Mercy’s ‘good foundation’

As a student in Detroit Mercy’s Master of Community Development program, Annie Mendoza ’14, ’16 knew she wanted to put her degree to use benefitting the city of Detroit. “I wanted to work for the city, not just in the city,” she explained. As the former sales and programs manager …