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University of Dayton

United States, Ohio    See a map
300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469, USA

Overview

University of Dayton is a private institution that was founded in 1850. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 8,529, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 373 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. University of Dayton's ranking in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 108. Its tuition and fees are $39,090 (2015-16).

The University of Dayton is a private, Catholic school in Ohio located about an hour north of Cincinnati and about an hour west of the state capital of Columbus. Students at the University of Dayton can choose from more than 80 undergraduate majors and many graduate programs, including those in the schools of business administration,law, engineering and education. The university, also called UD, encourages its students to actively practice their faiths through liturgies, spiritual retreats and special programs such as PORCH (People of Respect, Compassion and Hope). Through the PORCH program, students gather in small groups and meet once a week to pray.

Students can also get involved in more than 200 organizations and with the campus radio and television stations. Student athletes can play at the recreational level or try out for the numerous Dayton Flyers varsity teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. Notable UD alumni include Chuck Noll, the only NFL coach to win four Super Bowl titles, which he did in the 1970s with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

 

Expenses

The official costs at the University of Dayton, most students pay much less. Approximately 97 percent of first-year students receive financial aid, and 60 percent of first-year students will pay less than $20,000 in tuition in 2015.

Living Expenses

This includes a 12-month estimate for housing and meals (standard options): $13,998

Other

These costs include mandatory health and accident insurance, transportation, books, etc.: $ 4,470

 

Accommodation

The University of Dayton offers many types of housing to meet students' personal, cultural and religious needs. First- or second-year undergraduates, conditionally admitted students, and those studying only in the Intensive English Program, who are under the age of 21, are required to live on campus. All other students are encouraged to live on campus, when housing is available.

The Center for International Programs does not arrange housing for students, and the University does not offer temporary housing. Make housing arrangements before you arrive. Living on campus and living off campus

 

Overview

University of Dayton is a private institution that was founded in 1850. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 8,529, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 373 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. University of Dayton's ranking in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 108. Its tuition and fees are $39,090 (2015-16).

The University of Dayton is a private, Catholic school in Ohio located about an hour north of Cincinnati and about an hour west of the state capital of Columbus. Students at the University of Dayton can choose from more than 80 undergraduate majors and many graduate programs, including those in the schools of business administration,law, engineering and education. The university, also called UD, encourages its students to actively practice their faiths through liturgies, spiritual retreats and special programs such as PORCH (People of Respect, Compassion and Hope). Through the PORCH program, students gather in small groups and meet once a week to pray.

Students can also get involved in more than 200 organizations and with the campus radio and television stations. Student athletes can play at the recreational level or try out for the numerous Dayton Flyers varsity teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. Notable UD alumni include Chuck Noll, the only NFL coach to win four Super Bowl titles, which he did in the 1970s with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

 

Expenses

The official costs at the University of Dayton, most students pay much less. Approximately 97 percent of first-year students receive financial aid, and 60 percent of first-year students will pay less than $20,000 in tuition in 2015.

Living Expenses

This includes a 12-month estimate for housing and meals (standard options): $13,998

Other

These costs include mandatory health and accident insurance, transportation, books, etc.: $ 4,470

 

Accommodation

The University of Dayton offers many types of housing to meet students' personal, cultural and religious needs. First- or second-year undergraduates, conditionally admitted students, and those studying only in the Intensive English Program, who are under the age of 21, are required to live on campus. All other students are encouraged to live on campus, when housing is available.

The Center for International Programs does not arrange housing for students, and the University does not offer temporary housing. Make housing arrangements before you arrive. Living on campus and living off campus

 

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