‘Tis the season for giving

As you consider charitable giving during this holiday season, we hope you will include University of Detroit Mercy in your plans. Our campuses are filled with inspiring students who need your help to ensure they succeed. Every donation makes a difference because every Titan makes da difference. If you have …

2020-21 Mission Micro Grant awards are in

The Mission Micro Grant Evaluation Committee and Assistant to the President for Mission Integration Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos have announced the 2020-21 Mission Micro Grant Awards. Now in its thirteenth year, the Mission Micro Grant Program awards annual grants of up to $200 to any full- or part-time Detroit Mercy faculty or …

TRIO program will continue to service low income and first-generation students thanks to grant renewal

University of Detroit Mercy’s TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) will continue to positively impact students’ college experience thanks to the U.S. Department of Education announcing a renewal of a five-year Student Support Services (SSS) grant of more than $1 million. “With the COVID-19 global pandemic serving as an added potential …

We are Titans Together

As plans for the fall semester are being finalized, the University’s Internal & External Communications Work Group of the COVID-19 Task Force has created Titans Together, a communications plan to help celebrate the solidarity of the University community when we come back together in late August. This brand and plan …

CARES Act grant and other assistance help students maintain progress during pandemic

UPDATE 4/24: Detroit Mercy is happy to announce that in addition to undergraduate students, graduate, law and dental students will also qualify for summer 2020 CARES Act grant. Detroit Mercy recognizes the global impact of the coronavirus on students and their families, as well as the financial hardship they are …

Living Faith Out Loud, Oct. 24

Listen to three powerful talks by a faculty member, a student and a Jesuit as they share experiences as persons, friends or allies of the LGBTQ+ community while reflecting on how their faith in God is in conversation with their advocacy, love and compassion for the LGBTQ+ community. This event …

Rx for Reading Detroit, the children’s literacy program directed by Associate Professor of English Mary-Catherine Harrison, was recognized at the Trailblazer Awards ceremony for DTE REACH. The REACH Energy Group (Recognizing Ethnic and Cultural Heritage) is committed to creating awareness of black employees at DTE through talent development, mentoring and educational …

Support our service immersion trips

For more than 25 years, Detroit Mercy has taken students out of the classroom and into place like the neighborhoods of Detroit, hurricane-ravaged streets of New Orleans, villages of El Salvador and daily lives of migrants in El Paso, Texas. University Ministry reminds the Detroit Mercy community that every penny counts …

Mission Micro Grant awards support a “Catholic, Mercy, Jesuit, urban and student-centered university”

The Mission Micro Grant Evaluation Committee and John Staudenmaier, S.J. of the Office of Mission and Identity have announced the 2018-19 Mission Micro Grant Awards. Now in its eleventh year, the Mission Micro Grant Program awards annual grants of up to $200 to any full- or part-time Detroit Mercy faculty …

Second annual ‘Clash of the Titans’ giving competition helps support Athletics

University of Detroit Mercy’s University Advancement Division announces the second annual “Clash of the Titans” giving competition to help support Detroit Mercy NCAA Division I athletic teams. The competition runs from Oct. 30 to Nov. 27, 2018. The goals of this effort are to increase financial support for teams from …