College News

From pulled scholarships to giving up soccer to living through a war, nothing has been normal or easy for Willy Isiani. But the men's basketball student-athlete realized his dream at Detroit Mercy and earned a degree in Business Administration.

Detroit Mercy freshman Alexander Kalaj won a sustainability contest after pitching ways to address blight in the city of Detroit.

For the third year in a row, Detroit Mercy's graduate programs have ranked among the nation’s best.

Donald B. Taylor, Ph.D., brings nearly three decades of higher education leadership in the areas of program development, accreditation, alumni relations, community partnership development, corporate and philanthropic fundraising success and commitment to adult/post-traditional students, international/global and online education, following decades as a researcher and educator at Catholic institutions.  

Two undergraduate programs in University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration achieved national rankings in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” 2022 edition.

The Children's Foundation has awarded a grant to The Saturday Scholar, a college-preparatory program partnering with Detroit Mercy's College of Business Administration.

On Oct. 24, the College will mark the grand opening of our Charlton Center for Responsible Investing.

After careful review and consideration of guidance from medical and public health experts, all University of Detroit Mercy students, faculty and staff will be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and be fully vaccinated on or before August 16, 2021.

University of Detroit Mercy’s MBA program achieved a top 25 ranking among the nation’s best Management programs for 2022 according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate School Rankings.” Rankings were released on March 30, 2021.

For prospective undergraduates who cannot take the SAT or ACT because of COVID-19, we have a test-optional admission alternative.

Detroit Mercy’s Management and Accounting program recently earned national rankings in U.S. News & World Report's “Best Colleges” 2021 edition.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Business Administration (CBA) hosts a public presentation by Denise Morrison, former president of Campbell Soup. Her discussion is the first of a new national speaking series offered through the CBA’s Center for Practice & Research in Management & Ethics (PRIME), which opened in October 2019.