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UDM campus prepares for commencement festivities

As the academic school year comes to a close, an exciting commencement for the University of Detroit Mercy graduating class of 2024 approaches. Hosted on Detroit Mercy’s McNichols campus, students prepare to don their caps and gowns for the much-anticipated commencement ceremony.  Diane Praet, the driving force behind the organization […]


UDM alum’s insecurity talk a hit among students

Detroit Mercy alum Bill Priestap, a distinguished figure in national security and co-founder of Trenchcoat Advisors, returned to his alma mater to deliver a thought-provoking talk titled “An Era of Global Insecurity.” The event, held on March 13 in the Student Union Ballroom, attracted a diverse audience eager to gain […]


Detroit Mercy dance team a dynamic campus presence

Standing in the strong spirited walls of Detroit Mercy’s Calihan Hall, where the resounding echoes of basketball bounces and buzzers in the Horizon League chirp, there exists a bold collective group of students whose artistry and dedication to dance grace the court with every game. The Detroit Mercy Dance Team […]


Detroit Mercy alum a star for the Red Wings

Former University of Detroit Mercy softball player and the valedictorian of the 2022-23 school year Kara Wolfbauer has taken off on an exciting new chapter of her life as the new arena host for the Detroit Red Wings.   Kara’s story starts just north of Detroit where she began her […]


Detroit Mercy receives award from Department of Defense

The University of Detroit Mercy has received a substantial award from the United States Department of Defense to help pioneer its work in establishing the Metro Detroit Regional Vehicle Cybersecurity Institute. The award is provided through the Virtual Institutes for Cyber and Electromagnetic Spectrum Research and Employ (VICEROY) program, which […]


Titan Edge offer free tuition to eligible students in 2024-25

With the recent ranking of the University of Detroit Mercy being placed as the number two school in Michigan and No. 52 in the nation by The Wall Street Journal, this a special time for prospective students to decide on coming to Detroit Mercy. Coupled with the prestigious rankings is […]


Student Advisory Board prepares Titans for life beyond campus

From a humble starting to a boastful organization, the Student Advisory Board (SAB) at the University of Detroit Mercy is making waves as a dynamic organization focused on fostering unity, professional development and a sense of community among business students.   SAB, according to President Mark Formosa, is a business […]


Detroit Mercy Theater Company earns prestigious awards

With glamour and showmanship, the Detroit Mercy Theatre Company (DMTC) proudly seized the spotlight at the Wilde Awards upon which they received three prestigious awards from Encore Michigan. A testament to its great work in the last season’s production of “Pride and Prejudice,” these are the awards that were brought […]


Detroit Mercy SACD students awarded for work

In a fierce display of innovation and talent, three Detroit Mercy students from the School of Architecture & Community Development have achieved a prestigious spot in the Top Ten winners of this year’s American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment (AIA COTE) competition. Students Marcus Puste, Dolin Diaz and […]