Graduate & Undergraduate Info Session

Discover Dominican - Virtually! 

If you're juggling work, family, and other responsibilities, we can offer the support, flexibility, and inspiration you need to realize your goals.

Here's what you can expect: 

  • Learn more about your program, curriculum, and outcomes directly from faculty
  • Admissions representatives will personally walk you through the admissions process
  • Speak to Financial Aid specialists about financing options for adult and graduate students

 

Register now for our Virtual Information Session for Graduate and Undergraduate Adult students

RSVP Now

Loading...

Undergraduate OPEN HOUSE

Discover Dominican

During your Open House visit, you’ll get a tour of our beautiful campus and learn about our academic programs, extracurricular activities, athletics, and more. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet with faculty and current students to get an insider’s perspective on campus life and ask any questions you may have about admissions and financial aid. Plus, you’ll get to see firsthand why we believe that Dominican University is #MoreThanAnEducation.

  • Get information about our programs from the faculty
  • Meet with students for an insider’s perspective
  • Check out Charger Athletics (NCAA Div. II)
  • Get advice from Financial Aid counselors and help completing your FAFSA 

During the presentation, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the generous financial aid and scholarship programs offered at Dominican University. These programs can help make your education more affordable and accessible. Be sure to take advantage of this chance to learn more and ask any questions you may have.

Loading...

Undergraduate Saturday Tour

We are eager to to welcome you and your family to our campus in Rockland County, NY.

What to Expect:

 
During your visit, you will enjoy a tour of our facilities and learn more about our curriculum and programs that prepare Dominican University New York graduates for exceptional success. You’ll also meet admissions representatives and get answers to your questions.

Stops on the Tour:

  • Our academic buildings, including classrooms and laboratories
  • The Hennessy Center, including both gyms and the fitness center
  • The Granito Center, our full-service dining center.

For more information and to sign up for this tour, please visit https://www.duny.edu/visit-us/

Immediate Decision Day

Sign up for Immediate Decision Day to receive an admissions decision and learn about your scholarship eligibility!

To receive an application decision, please bring transcripts from your most recent high school or college attended. Transfer applicants who have earned less than 24 college credits should also bring their high school transcript.

When you visit, you will have the chance to tour the campus with one of our Student Ambassadors. You’ll also be able to talk to an Admissions Counselor about what comes next.

Please RSVP today.

Reserve your spot today!
Loading...

Joe Clinton’s lifelong devotion honored with Hall call

Courtesy of Josh Thomson of The Journal News Read the full article here.

Joe Clinton of Pearl River, a former star basketball player at Albertus Magnus, will be inducted into the Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 18.

Orangeburg, N.Y. (4/15/15)  When Joe Clinton graduated Union College in 1983, he never had that moment where he stopped to contemplate his future. And why would he? Clinton grew up playing ball from dawn to dusk. He wasn’t about to take up accounting.

So, at 22, he began to coach. Thirty-two years later, the Pearl River native’s passion for the games he loves persists.

“I liked playing so much, I couldn’t see myself do anything else,” he said.

Clinton’s lifelong devotion continues, but his achievements will be honored on Saturday when he is among those inducted into the Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame.

The 54-year old is one of six brothers, all of whom attended Albertus Magnus. Clintongraduated in 1979 as an all-county basketball and baseball player who helped the Falcons win Section 9 basketball championships during both of his seasons on varsity. They reached the state championship game Clinton’s senior year when he earned Rockland player of the year honors.

“I look back on it, and It was just a great time to grow up,” he said. “We came home from school and played ball all day.”

Clinton played four years of basketball and two years of baseball at Union. He finished with over 1,000 points and 500 assists and led Union to its first NCAA tournament appearance as a senior.

After graduation, he worked mornings at Sears so he could work a $1,000-a-year job as an assistant at SUNY Maritime. He returned to join the staff of his high school coach, Tom Collins, and soon became the head coach at Rockland Community College at just 25.

Clinton coached four years at RCC before arriving at Dominican. He has been the director of athletics and head men’s basketball coach for 25 years, posting a 362-341 career record.

“My favorite time of year is when we have our alumni game,” he said. “It’s just good to make the lifelong friendships and enjoy that camaraderie.”

Sports continues to provide Clinton with the special moments he cherishes. The last three years, he has coached his son, Joe, a former all-county guard at Pearl River who will be a senior next season.

“I just can’t believe how fast it’s all gone,” Clinton said.

Greg Lalevee Named Dominican College’s 2015 Person of the Year


lalevee

Dominican College and its Board of Trustees have named Greg Lalevee, the business manager of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825, as the 2015 Person of the Year. He will be celebrated at the College’s 43rd Annual Grand Reception, on May 1, 2015

Mr. Lalevee is being honored for his outstanding professional leadership, his philanthropic community commitments, and his high ethical standards.

The reception will be held at the Old Tappan Manor in Old Tappan, New Jersey beginning at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $350. All proceeds will support the Hennessy Center expansion, academic programs, and technological advancements, said Mary Lichtman, the College’s director of special events. Tickets may be obtained online at https://dc.edu/GR-RSVP or by contacting Ms. Lichtman at (845) 848-7406 or specialevents@duny.edu

 

###

Greg Lalevee Named Dominican College’s 2015 Person of the Year


lalevee

Dominican College and its Board of Trustees have named Greg Lalevee, the business manager of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825, as the 2015 Person of the Year. He will be celebrated at the College’s 43rd Annual Grand Reception, on May 1, 2015

Mr. Lalevee is being honored for his outstanding professional leadership, his philanthropic community commitments, and his high ethical standards.

The reception will be held at the Old Tappan Manor in Old Tappan, New Jersey beginning at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $350. All proceeds will support the Hennessy Center expansion, academic programs, and technological advancements, said Mary Lichtman, the College’s director of special events. Tickets may be obtained online at https://dc.edu/GR-RSVP or by contacting Ms. Lichtman at (845) 848-7406 or specialevents@duny.edu

 

###