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  • Complete the 2024-25 FAFSA by July 1

    Monday June 10, 2024

    The priority deadline for grants from the State of Michigan is Monday, July 1.

    Don’t forget to complete your FAFSA form for 2024-25!

    More info.

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  • 香港六盒宝典开奖结果 to hold information sessions for in-demand health career programs

    Sunday June 09, 2024

    A photo of healthcare professionals gathering in a circle to discuss something.香港六盒宝典开奖结果鈥檚 online Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist (AGCNS) and Post-Master鈥檚 Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs will host information sessions this June and July.

    Information sessions for the AGCNS program are scheduled for Thursday, June 20 and Thursday, July 25, at 1p.m., while听Post-Master鈥檚 DNP program information sessions are scheduled for Thursday, June 13, at 6 p.m.; June 27, at 1 p.m.; and Tuesday, July 9, at 6:30 p.m.

    The AGCNS program gives graduate degree-seeking students the transformational experience of becoming an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) in the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS). This program also provides an easy pathway to complete a student鈥檚 remaining DNP program requirements.

    CNS professionals help change the trajectory of care for populations of patients听to exceptional outcomes by prescribing advanced, compassionate, holistic care to patients/family caregivers. In addition, CNS professionals receive advanced training and education to make nursing and medical diagnoses. These highly trained APRNs also prescribe pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical care options while assessing the nursing environment and bringing best protocols to the bedside.

    Coursework for the AGCNS program is 100% online and conducted asynchronously through active engagement with faculty. This program equips students with the knowledge they need to be independent clinicians and to practice across clinical settings. Students are trained to be a generalist AGCNS overall, and skills will merge with their specialty or setting of choice in their CNS career.

    The program is also distinctively different from others because it incorporates several doctoral level courses, which allow students who complete AGCNS requirements to finish their doctoral work now or at a future time. This aspect of the program is delivered through a blend of asynchronous and synchronous learning, which culminates with a DNP project.

    The Post-Master鈥檚 DNP welcomes master鈥檚 prepared certified APRNs in the clinical specialties of nurse anesthetist, nurse practitioner, nurse midwife, and CNS. Additionally, MSN-prepared nurses in specialty areas such as nurse administration, executive leadership, and nursing informatics are also encouraged to apply to the program. The online program builds upon a student鈥檚 current skills to become effective leaders in healthcare as they work to improve the health outcomes of patients. The DNP represents the highest level of clinical nursing competence鈥攕tudents gain in-depth knowledge of nursing, biophysical, psychosocial, analytical, and organizational sciences. Using sophisticated informatics and decision-making technology, they develop collaborative strategies to optimize the health of individuals, families, communities, and 香港六盒宝典开奖结果鈥檚 faculty and student mentoring approach, flexibility in clinical experiences, and affordable tuition makes this Post-Master鈥檚 DNP a unique experience.

    Information Sessions

    For more information on the AGCNS Program and/or to sign up for an information session, .

    For more information on the DNP Program and/or to sign up for an information session, .

    You may also contact Julie Bazydlo, recruiter for 香港六盒宝典开奖结果 Graduate Nursing, at or 313-993-1828.

  • Summer food drive to benefit 香港六盒宝典开奖结果 organizations, pantries

    Sunday June 09, 2024

    Little Free Pantry is stocked with food outside of the stairwell that leads to TDR.The HIVE student pantry, Office of Admissions, Little Red Pantry and Little Free Pantry are looking for food donations this summer.

    The food donations include any non-perishable food items, pasta, soups, and boxed or canned items. Male and female hygiene products will also be accepted. The drive will run from May 28 through June 30.

    These is a donation box located in the lower level of the Student Union, next to the vending machines.

    Each person that donates any items will also be entered into a drawing to receive a $25 gift card or Detroit Mercy apparel.

  • Summer volunteering opportunities are available with TENN

    Sunday June 09, 2024

    Looking for volunteer hours over the summer, while also making a different in our community?

    Join Detroit Mercy’s Titan Equity Nourish Network in delivering produce to our neighbors and in our garden. Produce deliveries are Monday and Friday, while garden days are throughout the summer.

    , which are every other week 12-2 p.m.

    , which are every other week 10 a.m. to noon.

    With any questions, please contact Chelsea Manning by email at

    A graphic featuring photos of the Titan Equity Nourish Network, including the produce deliveries and garden. Text reads, Summer Volunteers Needed, Join us in the garden and delivering produce to our neighbors, for more info, email

  • Interrupted hours for Wellness Center from June 10-21

    Sunday June 09, 2024

    The Wellness Center is undergoing renovations this summer and its building will be closed from June 10-21.

    The staff will still be able to Personal Counseling clients and Health Clinic patients via telehealth during that time and will also be checking voicemails during business hours. You can also continue to reach out through emails at and

    The Wellness Center Health Clinic will also be closed during the week of July 4. Please reach out to the Personal Counseling office directly during that time at 313-993-1562 or

    The Wellness Center thanks everyone for their patience through the renovation period and will continue to work diligently to ensure all students have the wellness services they need during that time.

    Please do not hesitate to contact the Wellness Center with any questions or concerns!

  • Save the date: Wellness Expo 2024

    Saturday June 08, 2024

    Calling all vendors for the 2024 Wellness Expo, which is set to take place Thursday, Oct. 3 from 12-2 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom.

    The Wellness Center is looking for departments, organizations, clubs, and local businesses that care for our student’s and employee’s wellness and well-being. Holistic wellness is larger than the physical or mental health services we typically think of first.

    Wellness includes occupational, financial, spiritual, social, and community well-being, so almost all organizations, departments, and businesses are welcome to participate.

    If you are interested in hosting a table at the expo, please contact the Wellness Center at 313-993-1185 or

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  • Summer tutoring available at Student Success Center

    Thursday June 06, 2024

    A 2024 logo for the 香港六盒宝典开奖结果's Student Success Center.The Student Success Center is open during the summer months, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday each week.

    Students should continue to make appointments for tutoring using the online scheduler, Tutor Trac. Tutor Trac is available for students under “Academic and Career Resources” in their MyPortal ().

    Both in-person and online appointments are available. The following list of summer courses has available tutors:

    • BIO 1090: Current topics in Biology
    • BIO 2040: Application Nutrition
    • BIO 2320: Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology Lecture II
    • BIO 2330: Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab II
    • BIO 2600: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
    • BIO 2700: Genetics
    • BIO 2900: Biostatistics
    • BIO 4801: Advanced Human Anatomy for Pre-Professional Students
    • CHM 1040: General, Organic and Biological Chemistry for the Health Sciences
    • CHM 1080: General Chemistry II
    • CHM 1120: Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry Lab
    • CST 1010: Fundamentals of Speech
    • ECN 2960: Macroeconomic Principles
    • ENL 1310: Academic Writing
    • ENL 2350: Study of Fiction
    • HIS 1500: Introduction to History
    • LEAD 4000: Leadership Capstone
    • MTH 1020/1030/1040: Algebra A, B, C
    • PHL 1000: Introduction to Philosophy
    • PHL 2010: Foundations of Ethics
    • PHY 1300: General Physics I
    • PHY 1310: General Physics Laboratory O
    • PHY 1320: General Physics II
    • PHY 1330: General Physics Laboratory II
    • PYC 2500: Developmental Psychology
    • SOC 1000: Introduction to Sociology
    • SPA 1100: Introduction to Spanish I
    • STA 2250: Statistics
    • TRE 1310: Introduction to Theater
    • UAS 0950: Elementary Algebra

    With any questions, please feel free to call 313-993-1143 or email

    More on Student Success Center.

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  • Titan Mentor Program looking to hire Graduate Assistant for 2024-25

    Tuesday June 04, 2024

    A blue graphic that features large text reading Hiring a Titan Mentor Graduate Coordinator. Additional text reads, the new Titan Mentor Program is seeking a graduate coordinator for the 2024-25 academic year, $15 an hour and tuition renumeration for 1 class/semester, email Sandra Alef at or apply on HandShake for the Graduate Coordinator, Titan Mentors.The new Titan Mentor Program is looking for a graduate assistant for the 2024-25 academic school year.

    The Titan Mentor Program is a new program aimed at impacting some of the first-year students at Detroit Mercy. Through the mentor/mentee relationship, students will have another layer of support navigating their first year at 香港六盒宝典开奖结果.

    The graduate coordinator for the Titan Mentors will advise the mentors and help with the administrative tasks of the program, including kick-off events, training and assessment throughout the program. The GA would receive a $15/hour wage as well as tuition renumeration for one class per semester.

    The Titan Mentor Program was one of the awarded projects from the 2023 Titan Innovation Fund.

    Interested graduate assistants can or email Sandra Alef at

  • Earn $40 through Detroit Mercy鈥檚 mental health study

    Tuesday June 04, 2024

    Detroit Mercy students, staff and faculty can earn $40 through a mental health study at the University. The Department of Psychology is looking for participants for the study.

    To qualify, you must be 18 or older, have experienced a traumatic event and have the ability to complete questionnaires and interview about current mental health symptoms in English. Each in-person appointment will take approximately 60-90 minutes.

    Participants will be asked to fill out a few self-report questionnaires relating to traumatic experiences, relationships, emotions and coping. They’ll also be asked to participate in a confidential videotaped clinical interview regarding traumatic experiences.

    The study will use the information to help clinicians diagnose trauma-related conditions and design better programs for people who have experienced traumatic events.

    Please call 313-993-1486 or email Katelyn Lowe at with any questions or to see if you may quality for the study.

  • Summer tennis lessons available for all at Detroit Mercy

    Tuesday May 28, 2024

    Two 香港六盒宝典开奖结果 students play tennis on the courts outside of the Student Fitness Center.Titans, get ready for an exciting summer with the Motor City Tennis Club!

    Join this tennis program on the McNichols Campus from June 17 to Aug. 12 for the Summer Lessons Program, designed for all skill levels. Sessions will be held Mondays and Fridays from 6-8 p.m.

    Spaces are limited, so sign up today and serve up some fun this summer!

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Student Spotlight

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  • Student Success and Academic Support

    Student Success Center

    The Student Success Center offers a testing center, tutoring and study groups, professional mentoring, athlete study table, placement testing, and more. Some of the programs listed below are also part of the Student Success Center.

    • Academic Interest and Major Exploration (AIME)- Developmental advising and peer mentoring to conditionally admitted students.

    • Student Accessibility Services- available to all currently enrolled students who have documented disabilities that substantially limit them in one or more major life activities. Individuals eligible for services may have, but are not limited to, the following types of disabilities: mobility, orthopedic, hearing, visual, learning, psychological and attentional.

    • KCP Program - Michigan students who can benefit from improving their academic skills. Professional, confidential academic support.

    • Personal Counseling - Professional outpatient counseling and psychotherapeutic treatment is available to students at no charge.

    • Tutoring Appointments - SSC offers free tutoring in most freshman and some upper-division courses, including math, chemistry, biology, languages, philosophy, history and English. Make an appointment.

    • Learning Studios - Weekly study sessions by tutors who help with specific sections of courses throughout the term. Includes courses in Math Functions (Algebra), Math Analysis (Calculus), Physical and Natural Sciences, Health Sciences and English.

    TRIO Student Support Services

    TRIO SSS is a federally funded program designed to provide underrepresented student populations. It provides assistance with scholarship applications, academic success planning, mentoring and more.

    The Writing Center

    Work on any stage of the writing process. with peer consultants. Review your assignments, drafts, instructor feedback and questions. Get support if English is not your first language.

    Student Advising

    Work with your faculty advisor to reflect on your academic and career goals and to track your academic progress.

  • Important Dates

    Important Date Info for Fall Term 2023

    • March 20, 2023: Registration Begins For Term I Fall 2023-24
    • Aug. 16-26: Early Fall Intersession/Immersion/Experience (credit) 
    • Aug. 27: Last Day to Register Before Classes Begin
    • Aug. 28: CLASSES BEGIN
    • Sept. 3: Last Day to Add a Class (web closes at midnight) | Last Day to Delete a Class without a W grade
    • Sept. 2-4: Labor Day Holiday (UNIVERSITY CLOSED)
    • Sept. 22: Deadline for Summer "I" grades 
    • Oct. 9-10: Fall Break (no classes/university open) 
    • Oct. 24: Mid-term Grades are due 
    • Oct. 30: Advising for Winter/Summer begins 
    • Nov. 6: Registration for Winter/Summer begins 
    • Nov. 17-18: Weekend Classes End (11 weeks) 
    • Nov. 20: Last Day to Withdraw (full semester course) 
    • Nov. 22: Presidential Bonus Day Off (no classes)
    • Nov. 23-26: Thanksgiving Holiday (UNIV CLOSED) 
    • Dec. 12-16: Final Exam Week (Tuesday through Saturday) 
    • Dec. 16: Official End of Term I/Fall 
    • Dec. 18: Grades due by Noon for Term I/Fall
    • Dec. 18-23: Late Fall Immersion/Experience (non-credit) 
    • Academic Calendar | Registration ScheduleOffice of the Registrar


    Important Dates for Winter 2024

    • Oct. 31, 2023: Advising for Term II Begins
    • Nov. 6: Registration Begins
    • Dec. 26 - Jan. 6, 2024: Winter 2024 Intercession
    • Jan. 7: Registration Ends
    • Jan. 8: Classes Begin
    • Jan: 14: Last Day to Add a Class / Last Day to Delete a Class without a W grade
    • Jan. 15: MLK Holiday (UNIV CLOSED)
    • Feb. 9: Deadline for Fall "I" grades
    • Mar. 3-9: Spring Break/Intersession/Immersion/Exp (credit)
    • Mar. 27: Last Day to Withdraw (full semester course) Mar 30
    • Mar. 29-31: Easter Recess (UNIV CLOSED) 
    • Apr. 23-27: Final Exam Week 
    • Apr. 27: Official End of Term II/Winter
    • May 11: Baccalaureate/Commencement
    • Academic Calendar | Registration ScheduleOffice of the Registrar

    Summer Session III 2024 (14 weeks)

    • Nov. 6, 2023 Registration Begins
    • May 5, 2024 Registration Ends
    • May 6 Classes Begin for Summer I 2023
    • May 12 Last Day to Add a Class | Last Day to Delete a Class without a W grade
    • May 29 Memorial Day (University Closed)
    • July 22: Last Day to Withdraw 
    • June 19: Juneteenth Holiday (UNIV CLOSED) 
    • July 4th: Independence Day Holiday (UNIV CLOSED) 
    • Aug. 5-10: Final Exam Week 
    • Aug. 10: Official End of Term III

    Summer Session I 2024 (7 Week Session)

    • November 6, 2023: Registration Begins
    • May 5, 2024: Registration Ends 
    • May 6: Classes Begin
    • May 27: Memorial Day (UNIV CLOSED) 
    • June 19: Juneteenth Holiday (UNIV CLOSED)
    • June 22: Official End of Summer I 

    Summer Term II 2024 (7 Week Session)

    • November 6, 2023: Registration Begins
    • June 23, 2024: Registration Ends
    • June 24: Classes Begin 
    • July 4: Independence Day (UNIV CLOSED) 
    • August 10: Official End of Summer II 
    Academic Calendar | Registration ScheduleOffice of the Registrar


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  • Emergency Assistance

    In case of emergencies outside of Wellness Center and Clinic hours, please contact the following:

    Emergency Assistance

    911 Police – Fire – Medical

    香港六盒宝典开奖结果 Public Safety/Emergency Line — 313-993-1123

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    香港六盒宝典开奖结果 Public Safety Escort Services
    McNichols Campus — 313-993-1234
    School of Law — 313-993-1234
    School of Dentistry — 313-494-6706

    TALK National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7) — 800-273-TALK (800-273-8255

    HELP Treatment Referral Hotline (Substance Abuse) — 800-662-HELP (800-662-4357)

    Crisis Text Line Get Help Now (24/7) — Text START to 741-741

    Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network Sexual Assault National Line — 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673)

    Rape Victim’s Assistance Program at Detroit Police Department Crisis Line — 313-833-1660

    Collegiate Assistance Program (Nurse Line 24/7) — 877-643-5130

    Center for Disease Control, National STD and AIDS Hotline — 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636)

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