Alumni who participated in student groups and organizations graduated with more than an academic degree
Earning an education rooted in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions is just the start for many UDM students. To truly discover who they are and what they can be during their college years and beyond, students expand their horizons through participation in clubs or student organizations on campus. The benefits can be immense. Students meet new people who may become lifelong friends. They challenge and explore their own talents and often impact the lives of others. Joining a student group at UDM embraces all aspects of educating the body, mind and spirit.
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I begin by expressing thanksgiving and excitement on the election of Pope Francis, the first Jesuit elected to serve as the Bishop of Rome, and I believe those feelings are shared by many alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the University. UDM has received much favorable attention and interest because of our Jesuit heritage; and it has given alumni and University Community members the opportunity to talk about UDM’s Jesuit and Mercy Mission with a larger and very interested audience. My hope is that Pope Francis will shine an even brighter light on Catholic education across the world during his papacy. More>>