Founded by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt, the College is an independent institution of higher learning, Catholic in origin and heritage. In the Dominican tradition, it fosters the active, shared pursuit of truth and embodies an ideal of education rooted in the values of reflective understanding and compassionate involvement.
Committed to building its programs upon a strong foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, the College maintains a student-centered climate and serves a diverse community of students in undergraduate and graduate programs. The college empowers this community of learners to excel, lead and serve with integrity and to engage responsibly in the pursuit of a more just, ethical and sustainable world.
Dominican College is shrinking the distance between classroom and career. Prepare yourself for a successful future.The Career Development Center offers a comprehensive program that helps students to understand themselves, to understand the relationship between academic experiences, internship opportunities, and career choices and to assist in the transition from college to professional life.
Join Career Development Center staff for refreshments and have your questions answered. The event will take place in the Internship Coordinator’s Office – Room 204 Casey Hall. Stop by and ask about Internships, On-Campus Recruitment, DCLink, FOCUS 2, What can I do with this Major?, Resumes, Interviewing, Job Search, LinkedIn, And More!
Housing is available for Graduate Students in Rosary Hall on a first-paid first-assigned basis.Rosary Hall accommodations are single rooms, furnished with a desk, mirror and bed. The building is staffed by a Resident Director and Resident Assistants and maintained by the College. Amenities include:
The Sullivan Library's mission is to support the educational mission of the College. The Library promotes an active partnership in intellectual growth and discovery, as well as providing life-long learning skills. The Library provides a comprehensive collection of resources and services to support learning, teaching and research.
The Student Health Center, staffed by full-time nurse practitioners, is available to all Dominican College students at no charge for routine health and wellness services. Minimal fees will be charged for immunizations and some diagnostic and screening tests.
At Dominican College we offer three very different Residence Centers: Guzman Hall, Hertel Hall, and Rosary Hall, each with different amenities and room types. As a resident, you’ll be part of a stimulating community where academic programs are supplemented with community interaction and service learning. In the healthy, safe, academically-conducive environment of our Residence Centers you will achieve success and flourish as a scholar and as a human being.
Dominican College has 17 varsity teams (eight for men and nine for women) that play in Division II of the NCAA. In the last ten years, Dominican College’s student-athletes have won 12 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) championships and 11 tournaments and the teams have represented the College at national and regional NCAA tournaments 15 times. The women’s athletic program has been honored with three Alfred R. Restaino, Sr. Cups, the award given annually to the institution that performs best across the board in CACC-sponsored sports.
All student organizations of Dominican College operate under the support of the Student Government Association. Each club has an advisor with the general responsibility of serving as a resource person. Activities and student functions are approved through the Student Activities Office and the Director of Student Activities.
Dominican College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, (267) 284-5000. www.msche.org The MSCHE is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
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