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A $3,000 Impact Detroit Community Innovation Mini-Grant allowed the children’s literacy initiative Rx for Reading Detroit to distribute more than 1,500 new books to Detroit children in June.

Things have come full circle for Patrick Masterson at the University of Detroit Mercy Student Success Center. The MBA student who first went to the center as a freshman to get help with math now works there, providing tutoring in English, history and economics. The Student Success Center is located in the library and provides free tutoring for every subject.

University of Detroit Mercy’s 2017 Homecoming will kick off the weekend of September 29-30 with lots of fun and exciting events on the McNichols, Corktown (Dental) and Riverfront (Law) campuses.

Angelina Fiordellisi ’81 is a seasoned actress, theatre producer and play director who has won many awards — including a Tony Award — and worked with some of the top producers, directors and actors on and off Broadway.

The College of Liberal Arts & Education congratulates the newest sons and daughters of University of Detroit Mercy! The McNichols Campus commencement ceremony was held at Calihan Hall on May 13, 2017. Click through for photos and a listing of degree recipients.

AffordableCollegesOnline.org(ACO), a leader in higher education information, resources and rankings has recognized University of Detroit Mercy's Online Economics program for learning excellence by ranking it #1.

University of Detroit Mercy will hold its annual commencement ceremonies on May 12 and 13, 2017. All three commencement ceremonies will take place in Calihan Hall on the McNichols Campus.

Each year, University of Detroit Mercy honors one alumnus from each school and college during the Alumni Achievement Spirit Awards. This year, the 2017 Spirit Awards were held Student Center Ballroom on the McNichols Campus, April 28.

Interested in Detroit Mercy's Theatre and Performing Arts program? Here are five things you should know about the program.

Author Ta-Nehisi Coates shared his thoughts about the history, and future, of race relations in the United States during his talk at Detroit Mercy's Calihan Hall.

University of Detroit Mercy welcomed author, journalist, educator and National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates on Tuesday, April 4 in Calihan Hall on McNichols Campus. Coates' talk, "Between the World and Me," began at 6:30 p.m.

The upcoming appearance by author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates at Calihan Hall has created a buzz among Detroit Mercy students, faculty and staff.

The College of Liberal Arts & Education is pleased to have honored our students for their academic excellence, service and leadership during the Honors Convocation Ceremony held Sunday, March 26, 2017, at Gesu Catholic Church in Detroit.

Detroit Mercy Professor of History Roy Finkenbine's friendship with renowned author, journalist and educator Ta-Nehisi Coates led to Coates' upcoming appearance at Detroit Mercy.

Detroit Mercy’s Theatre Company presents the puppet-filled musical, Avenue Q, running March 24 – April 9.

The Theatre Company of University of Detroit Mercy’s 46th season continues with William Inge’s Bus Stop, running Feb. 9-26, at the Marlene Boll Theatre at the downtown Detroit YMCA.

The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) has conferred its prestigious Fellow Status on Libby Balter Blume, Ph.D. She is a professor of Psychology at University of Detroit Mercy and a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE).

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