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University Ministry’s first priority is to provide the Dominican community with opportunities and resources to support and grow in the Dominican Order’s four pillars—Community, Service, Study and Prayer. We aim to create a welcoming and integrated environment for our students and to reach out to the wider community.
The Center for Cultural Liberation exists to retain, support, and celebrate students from historically marginalized backgrounds. By fostering an inclusive campus climate that educates and challenges, the CCL upholds the longstanding social justice values of Dominican University.
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) empowers individual members of the Dominican community in their efforts to create a just and humane campus; ODEI is dedicated to assisting the community in discovering how to live together, inclusively.
We offer free counseling, stress management and wellness services.
The counseling staff is part of an interdisciplinary team of licensed health professionals and graduate interns who work together to support your optimal health and well-being.
Provided by EngageDU's site, this list provides links to many of Dominican specific student groups. These groups provide support, information, community, and allyship opportunities for students of all backgrounds.
The purpose of the Black Student Union (BSU) is to provide educational, cultural, and social programs which relate to the past, present, future goals of Black people, and to welcome people of other ethnic backgrounds to learn more about the Black experience.
This organization provides a space for all women to unite and help each other achieve academic excellence and serve the communities in which we live. It will be a safe space to create and preserve a bond among women and allys.
MEDLIFE strives to build a worldwide movement empowering the poor in their fight for equal access to healthcare, education, and a safe home by delivering aid through three broad avenues: Medicine, Education, and Development.
The National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (NACWC) are women of color dedicated to uplifting women, children, families, the home and the community through service, community education, scholarship assistance and the promotion of racial harmony among all people.
The Organization of Latin American Students (OLA) is an organization that dedicates and prides itself on enhancing the Latinx culture, within the Dominican community, in order to create positive and meaningful social change.
The Saudi Student association exists to provide assistance and support to the student community at Dominican University. Our aim is to keep our club completely independent and serve Saudis and non-Saudis at Dominican University.
The Undocumented & Immigrant Allyance (UIA) seeks to establish a safe and inclusive environment for all immigrant students (undocumented, migrant, or refugee) through building community, partnerships within and outside of Dominican University, and unapologetically advocating for the rights of all immigrants.