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 …

DCDC receives nearly $2 million in grants from foundation partners

Grants totaling $1.45 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and The Kresge Foundation will support the work of the Impact Detroit Network, of which the University of Detroit Mercy’s Detroit Collaborative Design Center (DCDC) is one of the leaders. These grants will support a major initiative designed to improve the …

Major gift leads to endowed chair, center for business excellence

University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration (CBA) will have a new endowed chair thanks to a major gift from the estate of an alumnus. Arnold Jarboe ’54 graduated from the College of Business Administration and worked for the Social Security Administration and practiced law. When he died in …