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The World Needs Titans

December 05, 2022
Detroit Mercy empowers students and faculty to integrate their intellectual, spiritual and social development. Nowhere is this more clearly on display than in the McAuley School of Nursing’s Fresh Incentive Program.
Antoine Davis, left, shakes hands with Horizon League commissioner Julie Roe Lach, who holds a basketball.
December 02, 2022
Men's basketball student-athlete Antoine Davis became the Horizon League's career scoring leader on Thursday, Dec. 1, breaking a 37-year-old mark held by Loyola Chicago's Alfredrick Hughes.
One person is seen smiling while posing for a photo in front of a gray background.
November 15, 2022
Faye Alexander Nelson ’75, ’81 led the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy from 2003-13, a role that helped spark the renaissance the city is experiencing today.
Fr. Cavanagh
November 10, 2022
On Nov. 8, the University lost one of its most cherished Jesuits, Fr. Gerald “Jerry” F. Cavanagh, S.J. He was 91.
A CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN THE JESUIT AND MERCY TRADITIONS

We take great pride in the influence of our religious sponsors, but what does that mean for our diverse student body and the education we offer?