When you sent your son or daughter off to college, you probably told them to "study hard, have fun and be careful!" What you might not have told them is "make sure you maintain good credit and protect yourself from identity theft!" And even if you did, there's a good chance that message needs to be reinforced.
Any parent of a college student evaluates the quality and value of their child's education. Here at Dominican, we pride ourselves on being a "Best Value" college. From the small class sizes to service learning, from study abroad to athletics, from a world-class faculty to preserving our rich history, a Dominican education offers tremendous value - now and long after graduation. Year after year, thousands of alumnae/i give back to their alma mater as symbol of gratitude for the education they received and as a way to help preserve the value of a Dominican education.
The Wellness Center has a limited supply of Meningitis vaccines available at a reduced rate, students should call by March 15th to schedule an appointment: 708-524-6229.
About 100 to 125 cases of meningitis are reported on college campuses each year, and five to fifteen students will die from the affliction annually, according to the American College Health Association (ACHA). The disease is highly contagious and progresses quickly...
In recent years, Dominican University has made considerable strides toward making its campus green and sustainable. The University's projects include the sustainable conscious construction of a new academic building, the installation of permeable pavers, more efficient energy management, and the current use of a 1920's cistern as a mechanism used to irrigate much of campus.
During each of the days of Lent, students, faculty, staff, alums, and Dominican Sisters have been reflecting on the daily Lectionary scriptures, making connections between the readings, the practices of Lent, and daily life. A recent reflection from a freshman student, Edgar Nieto, is included below. You can read all of the reflections and follow along with the Scriptures during the remainder of Lent by visiting the University Ministry website at: www.dom.edu/ministry.