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University of Detroit Mercy held commencement ceremonies on May 11 and 12, 2018, and welcomed more than 1,500 students to the University’s alumni ranks. Congratulations to all graduates for achieving your academic goals!

The Center for Social Entrepreneurship (CSE) at University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration is now accepting applications for its fourth cohort of Boost. Applications are due Thursday, March 22.

Metro Detroit high school students are now eligible to earn a certificate in Business Administration from University of Detroit Mercy’s nationally ranked business school before they even graduate. Best of all, it’s free. Qualified high school students can register for college courses on Detroit Mercy’s McNichols Campus for the fall and winter semesters each year, without paying any tuition. Beginning fall 2018, students who complete five or more designated courses in business and accounting will earn a Certificate in Business Administration.

More than 250 alumni and friends gathered on the McNichols Campus for the annual Titan tradition: Detroit Mercy’s Alumni Chili Cook-off, Feb. 24. Taste buds were sent into overdrive with pots of delicious chili created by representative teams of the University’s colleges/schools, as well as the Titan Club.

CBA alumni boards presents the keynote event of alumni week, "Technology's Impact on the Future of the Auto Industry," by Ford Motor Company Futurist Sheryl Connelly '93

Four University of Detroit Mercy business students placed in the top 25 in the world in the ETF Global Portfolio Challenge. Adam Ross finished in 10th place, Paige Fairchild 13th place, Spiro Pliakos 15th place and Holly Hedemark 21st place.

Fr. Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., the Charles T. Fisher III Chair of Business Ethics, has been recognized as one of the 12 scholars who founded the field of business ethics.

This Fall, the College of Business Administration welcomed its largest freshman class in more than a quarter-century, and 22% larger than last year’s freshman class.

The College of Business Administration’s Management program is ranked 13th best in the nation, ahead of Cornell University, in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of colleges and universities. 

Five of the 12 men’s soccer players named to the Horizon League’s All-academic Team are not just Detroit Mercy students, they are business majors. 

Congratulations to all the participating teams in the 2017 Detroit Mercy Ethics Bowl, with a special congrats to the winning CBA team: "Fantastic Four + One."

Join the party at University of Detroit Mercy's 2017 Homecoming on Sept. 29 & 30, as we fill our campus with food, fun and community activities. The celebration is open to all; young and old, students and alumni, neighbors and out-of-towners, we want everyone to feel at home. Let's build this Titan tradition together!

Detroit Mercy is the only Michigan School in top 25 for Midwest Best Regional Universities. The university also ranks #12 in Best of the Midwest for Veterans; #32 nationally for Best Value Schools; and #13 in the nation for Best Undergraduate Business Management Programs.

University of Detroit Mercy's Center for Social Entrepreneurship (CSE), held within the College of Business Administration is now accepting applications for its fourth cohort of Boost – a 9-week program that provides existing business owners who are solving social problems within Detroit with resources to become financially sustainable and mentoring.

University of Detroit Mercy was well-represented at the World Union of Jesuit Alumni Congress, held at John Carroll University in Cleveland, June 28-July 2. The organization is dedicated to celebrating Jesuit education and Ignatian spirituality.

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