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Alumni Newsletters

This month's e-Connect Alumni Newsletter is in your inbox. It also includes news about the college or school from which you earned your degree(s). Click on http://sites.udmercy.edu/alumni/ to see lots of alumni news and you can also sort by subject. There's a lot to be proud of at Detroit Mercy!

New Logo highlighted in the Michigan Catholic

Detroit Mercy DM Logo

Still sporting the traditional red, white, and blue, the new logo features the red “D” with an old-English “M” in the middle of the D, combining the two histories of the Jesuit-Mercy-run institution that merged in 1990. Recently highlighted in the Michigan Catholic, read the story.

Uptown, Downtown, Corktown...

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Come to town!

Friday, September 30 & Saturday, October 1

Detroit Mercy offers pre-college summer camps

Deadlines are fast approaching for the many pre-college summer camps offered this year by the College of Engineering & Science, School of Architecture and College of Liberal Arts & Education. See the Summer Camps web page for more information and application deadlines.


Share your story

Matt Guinta '07, '08 was one of many alumni who visited our video booth earlier this year to share his thoughts about what University of Detroit Mercy means to him. See what he had to say and click here to share your own story. You can see what other people are saying online.

Neighborhoods – The Key to Detroit’s Future

While Channel 56's edition of MiWeek on "Neighborhoods" at Detroit Mercy is at capacity, watch it tonight at 7:30 pm, live from your living room on Channel 56 or at: http://www.dptv.org/topics/leadership-public-affairs/miweek/

Spiritus hitting your mail!

Spiritus Magazine is landing in your mailbox this week. You can read it online today.

Also, follow up with more Alumni Stories here.

R. Gerard Albright, S.J. turned 90

UDM celebrated the 90th birthday of longtime Professor of Biology R. Gerard Albright, S.J., last Sunday. See photo gallery online and visit Fr. Albright's celebration website for more shared memories.

UDM wins Giving Challenge

Thank you to all generous Titan fans who made a gift to support the UDM vs. OU Donor Challenge. Your contributions helped beat Oakland University, 513 donors to 434, generating nearly $100,000 in additional support for UDM. Tommy Titan is very grateful that you spared him from having to "wear the bear" and Grizz looked great in a UDM shirt at the Feb. 27 women's basketball game.

Thank you, donors!

Thank you!

University Loses Former President, Friend

The Memorial Mass for Fr. Stockhausen will be on Wednesday, January 20, at 5:00 p.m. at Gesu Church.  A Reception will follow at Lansing Reilly Hall. Read More >

FCA and Ford Alumni Nights!

UDM alumni who work for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and who work for Ford are invited to a pre-game reception!  Join us for a tailgate and Men's Basketball Game.

Thank you!

Thank you to all alumni and friends who helped us in 2015!  Contributions from alumni and friends directly benefit our students and enhance the educational experience they receive. Happy New Year!

UDM mourns the loss of two greats

The University is saddened by the loss two Titan superfans: football great John Conti (1924-2015), and Reggie Hall (1957-2015). There will be a tribute at tonight's men's basketball game at 7:25, just prior to tip-off.

Great things happen from giving

Please consider a gift to UDM in your year-end giving plans. Gifts made before Dec. 31, can help reduce your tax burden for the year, but more important is that they benefit all the great work the University does. Gifts can be targeted to the program or cause of your choice. Make an online gift today or call 313-993-1250.



We thank all our donors from yesterday's #GivingTuesday event!  #GivingTuesday  is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.  As #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, we continue this momentum of giving until Dec 31. Just visit us at www.udmercy.edu/donate to make your gift today.

Giving Tuesday