Giving to Detroit Mercy

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Why Give?
You'll be funding scholarships for students, rewarding our distinguished faculty,
enriching many of our academic programs and enhancing the experience of all our students.

Bridge Campaign

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New enhancements planned for the McNichols and Riverfront Campuses will make the University even more attractive to high-achieving students who want a Jesuit- and Mercy-inspired education.

Taking Detroit Mercy to the next level of excellence

The Fund for Detroit Mercy

Annual Giving

Gifts to the University of Detroit Mercy not only impact the lives of our current students, they are also an investment in the future.

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Planned Giving

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When you plan a gift to support Detroit Mercy, you are helping us create opportunities for students who will lead and serve in their communities.

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Corporate and Foundation Relations

Business people shaking hands We match Detroit Mercy's strengths and priorities with private funders’ interests in research, academics and outreach, and we partner with the corporate community to advance both the objectives of industry and the mission of the University.

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Faculty and Staff Giving

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A financially strong Detroit Mercy leads to more funding sources. Your gift, no matter the size, makes a powerful statement — your participation is what matters most.

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The Impact of Giving

Donation of artwork keeps Mercy sisters front and center 
Second-year student Daniel Zeppa finds peace in a print hanging on the wall of his room in West Quad on the McNichols Campus. It depicts Jesus and two disciples walking toward a city on a path carved among very tall trees. The sun shines through the leaves. Though he doesn’t …

A major gift from a special former faculty member
Tetreault in 1947Florence Tetreault was a unique woman. She lived quietly and by her own rules. An alumna and former faculty member, she worked hard and lived frugally. As a professor of Math, she extolled the virtues of compound interest and prudent investing. “It’s not how much money you make,” she would …