Is Dominican University the Right Fit for You?

Choosing the right college is more than just the academic program you’ll be studying. The right college will be the perfect fit for your mind, your heart, and your spirit. Let us show you all Dominican University has to offer.

Academic Programs

Learning with a purpose, driven by an outcome: your success.

Academic Programs

Your goal is to graduate. Our goal is to make sure you graduate with an education that leads to a career. You can choose from over 30 academic degree programs geared toward specific professions.

Biology
Business Management
Communication Studies
Criminal Justice
English
Finance
Health Sciences
History
Humanities
Information Technology
Mathematics
Marketing
Nursing
Pre-Athletic Training
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Pre-Physical Therapy
Psychology
Social Sciences
Social Work
Teacher Education

Honors Program

Are you a high achieving student? Intensify and enrich your educational experience in the Dominican University Honors Program:

  • Up to $18,000 in scholarship awards
  • 1-on-1 guidance from Honors Program faculty
  • Honors sections in selected programs
  • Priority registration and housing
  • Honors field trips
  • Research opportunities in your area of interest

Beyond the Classroom

Being part of a campus community is like being part of a large family. While we may not all get a chance to eat dinner together, campus life brings us together.

Resident students can choose from single rooms to apartment style living. All three residence halls feature computer stations, game rooms, wifi and 24-hour security.

The dining hall in the Granito Center always seems to be the hub of campus activity (a lot like your kitchen at home). Choose from three different meal plans to fit your budget (plus one just for commuter students).

Student-athlete or just a sports fan? Either way, Dominican University athletes play on 14 Division II varsity teams and have won numerous conference championships. Come out and play, or just cheer the Chargers on to victory.

Students in the city

Just 20 minutes from the excitement of the city that never sleeps. Take in a ball game, visit a museum, or take advantage of some of the country’s best internship opportunities. New York City is so close; it might as well be our backyard!

1868

Total Enrollment

17

Miles to New York City

15:1

Faculy to Student Ratio

14,800++

Proud Alumni

25,000

Sq. ft. of the Hennessy Center for Athletics

Affordable Private College? Absolutely!

Dominican University is committed to making a quality, private education affordable.  Our financial aid counselors can help you explore all the options: scholarships, need-based grants, low-interest loans, and work-study. Learn more about how affordable we are here.

 

100%

Full-time undergraduates receive financial aid

$24,242

Average financial aid package

DOZENS

of scholarship and grant opportunities

Serving Others is Part of Our DNA

Personal success cannot be measured without measuring our impact on improving the lives of others. Dominican University and community service go hand in hand. Our goal is for every student to develop service to others as a life-long value.

Whether it is through Alternative Spring Break and working with Habitat for Humanity or a mission trip to help needy children in El Salvador, we provide many opportunities to get involved, and make a difference.

Contact an Admissions Counselor

An Admissions Counselor is easily accessible by phone, email or video conference.  

    Anaisa Acevedo

    Assistant Director for Freshman Admissions


      Anaisa.Acevedo@duny.edu

      Office: 845-848-7606

      Work Cell: 845-587-4130

      Contact Ana if you live in the following New York counties: Albany, Columbia, Delaware, Greene, Orange, Renesselaer, Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Sullivan, Ulster

        Ryan Degnan

        Freshman Admissions Counselor

          Ryan.Degnan@duny.edu
          Office:  845-848-7904
          Work Cell: 845-274-6492

          Contact Ryan of you live in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or are an international student

            Christopher Pagan

            Freshman Admissions Counselor

              Christopher.pagan@duny.edu
              Office:  845-848-7906
              Work Cell: 845-521-5167

              Contact Chris if you live in the following New York counties:  Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island

                Shelby Silva

                Freshman Admissions Counselor

                  Shelby.Silva@duny.edu
                  Office:  845-848-7905
                  Work Cell: 845-587-1283

                  Contact Shelby if you live in Connecticut or any of the following New York counties: Dutchess, Nassau, Putnam, Suffolk, Westchester

                  Request Information

                  Loading...