The Master’s Entry Advanced Generalist Nursing (MEAGN) program is designed for non-nurses to become registered nurses in less than 17 months by earning a graduate degree.

Victoria Ryce knows the challenges of attending college while working full-time and raising children. But the reward has been worth the many sacrifices.

Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program has achieved a top 10 ranking since 2012.

Kortney Hepting, Hyder Mirza and Dominique Mones received the 2019-20 scholarships based on their commitment to nursing and work in the classroom and commitment to healthcare in the Detroit area.

The Ireland of Catherine McAuley’s day is a world away from today’s Detroit, but it still holds lessons and inspiration for healthcare workers and educators.

Katie Lukovich, a third-year Physician Assistant student at Detroit Mercy, was one of 27 students in the United States to earn the national scholarship.

Come on out to the ballgame and help support students studying nursing at Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing.

If you’re considering a career in nursing, then University of Detroit Mercy has the right program to fit your needs.

Detroit Mercy’s doctoral program in Clinical Psychology recently achieved a 10-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation (CoA) of the American Psychological Association.

Detroit Mercy’s commencement ceremonies on the McNichols Campus for the School of Dentistry, School of Law, graduate and undergraduate students wrapped up May 11 and faculty, staff and leadership could not be more proud of our graduates. This year marked the first time that the University held separate ceremonies for the graduate and undergraduate programs.

University of Detroit Mercy nursing faculty and students will be honored May 9 with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty and The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Students. These awards are part of The DAISY Foundation's mission to express gratitude to nurses with programs that recognize them for the extraordinary, compassionate and skillful care they provide patients and families.

University of Detroit Mercy alumna Sarah Hein is one of the few deaf graduates from the College of Health Profession’s McAuley School of Nursing, but she’s determined to make sure she is not the last.

University of Detroit Mercy faculty member Rosanne Burson recently received a prestigious 2019-20 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant. This is her first Fulbright Award.

University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing (MSON) has created a Part-Time Bachelor of Science in Nursing (PT BSN) program that can save students more than $13,000 in tuition costs over the length of the eight-semester program.

On Thursday, Sept. 13, the entire Detroit Mercy community came together for Celebrate Spirit! “Be the Joy” in the Fitness Center. Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and friends of the University celebrated this annual event to welcome everyone to the fall semester and set our spiritual path for the year.

The Arnold P. Gold Foundation (APGF) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) announced that the College of Health Professions' (CHP) McAuley School of Nursing (MSON) was selected to receive a grant to support the Gold-AACN White Coat Ceremony for Nursing on Oct. 10, 2018.

University of Detroit Mercy Physician Assistant (PA) student Mary Beth Couretas knew she wanted to do something special for her elective clinical rotation. Couretas accomplished that by becoming the first Detroit Mercy PA student to do an international clinical rotation, completing a rotation in Mombasa, Kenya.

University of Detroit Mercy held commencement ceremonies on May 11 and 12, 2018, and welcomed more than 1,500 students to the University’s alumni ranks. Congratulations to all graduates for achieving your academic goals!

Christen Kemp wasn’t quite sure what she was looking for in a college when she visited University of Detroit Mercy as a senior in high school. Still, her father elected to put down a deposit, encouraging her to study nursing. But as she nears graduation, where she will speak as the Class of 2018’s valedictorian on May 12, she knows Detroit Mercy was everything she could have ever wanted in a university and offered her opportunities she wouldn’t have had anywhere else.

On Friday, the University community suffered the loss of one of its most recognizable and beloved members, recently retired Associate Professor of Health Services Administration Mary Kelly, R.S.M. ’68.

Physician Assistant (PA) students Kristina Jennings and Ashley Meerschaert received grants from the Michigan Academy of PAs to attend a leadership conference in Virginia. The Leadership and Advocacy Summit in early March provides a way for PA students to meet other PA students and network with practicing PAs from across the country, said Amy Dereczyk, chair of Detroit Mercy’s PA program.

University of Detroit Mercy will host a special presentation by Carol B. Thompson, a professor emerita of political science at Northern Arizona University, who will present "The Future of Food: Lessons from African Smallholder Farmers." This special lecture takes place Thursday, March 29, from 6-7 p.m. in the College of Health Professions building, Room 124.

More than 250 alumni and friends gathered on the McNichols Campus for the annual Titan tradition: Detroit Mercy’s Alumni Chili Cook-off, Feb. 24. Taste buds were sent into overdrive with pots of delicious chili created by representative teams of the University’s colleges/schools, as well as the Titan Club.

A group of seven nursing students recently raised more than $2,800, and nearly double that in donated goods to promote healthy living at the Operation Stand Down event for veterans. The students gave away 500 dental kits and other prizes via a prize wheel, which included first aid kits, blankets, flash lights, hats and other items veterans, many of them homeless, need.

Chris Fette was born in Virginia and spent most of his life in Pennsylvania, but it was one year in Detroit as a child and unquestioned kindness by the Religious Sisters of Mercy that changed his life and inspired a major gift to the College of Health Professions.

For the second year in a row, University of Detroit Mercy’s Physician Assistant program celebrated a 100 percent first-time test-taker pass rate on the Physician Assistant National Certification Exam (PANCE) for the Class of 2017.

After graduating high school, Allison Kubasiak wasn’t sure what career she wanted to pursue, so she joined the Navy because it would allow her to pick any career path when she got out. That path led her to the University of Detroit Mercy, where she is currently studying Nursing.

The McAuley Health Center, University of Detroit Mercy’s nurse-led primary care clinic on Detroit’s east side, will soon offer expanded behavioral health and substance abuse services for adults and children, thanks to a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Join the party at University of Detroit Mercy's 2017 Homecoming on Sept. 29 & 30, as we fill our campus with food, fun and community activities. The celebration is open to all; young and old, students and alumni, neighbors and out-of-towners, we want everyone to feel at home. Let's build this Titan tradition together!

Detroit Mercy announces the appointment of Neal Rosenburg, Ph.D., M.S., RN, as the new dean of the College of Health Professions (CHP) and McAuley School of Nursing (MSON). Rosenburg will begin his career at Detroit Mercy Oct. 9.

Detroit Mercy is the only Michigan School in top 25 for Midwest Best Regional Universities. The university also ranks #12 in Best of the Midwest for Veterans; #32 nationally for Best Value Schools; and #13 in the nation for Best Undergraduate Business Management Programs.

Founded by a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) at St. John Providence Health System, Operation Care Abroad works with doctors at Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) in Davao to provide anesthesia services for approximately 200 surgeries during its annual week-long mission trip. And each year, students from University of Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program are among the volunteers.

University of Detroit Mercy Physician Assistant student Jamie Murawski loves to help people, it’s why she’s in school to be a Physician Assistant (PA). She also loves to help potential PA students. Through social media and blogging, Murawski chronicles her ups, downs and everything in between during her journey through PA school. Prospective PA students can follow Murawski’s progress and ask questions along the way.

University of Detroit Mercy Associate Professor of Nursing Linda Thiel was recently selected for a 2017 Global Center Faculty Fellowship from Loyola University Chicago and the institution’s John Felice Rome Center (JFRC).  

University of Detroit Mercy’s 2017 Homecoming will kick off the weekend of September 29-30 with lots of fun and exciting events on the McNichols, Corktown (Dental) and Riverfront (Law) campuses.

Sarah Cornwell heard her named called when Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi announced the graduate winner of the Vivere ex Missione Award, but it took a minute for her to take it all in.

University of Detroit Mercy will hold its annual commencement ceremonies on May 12 and 13, 2017. All three commencement ceremonies will take place in Calihan Hall on the McNichols Campus.

Each year, University of Detroit Mercy honors one alumnus from each school and college during the Alumni Achievement Spirit Awards. This year, the 2017 Spirit Awards were held Student Center Ballroom on the McNichols Campus, April 28.

Detroit Mercy students saw their hard work evolve from a simple idea to life-changing results when they presented their capstone projects to veterans at the VA Medical Center. Detroit Mercy Engineering and Nursing students, along with Lawrence Technological University students, collaborated with veterans to create projects to help the veterans in their every-day lives.

University of Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program ranked the 10th best and the MBA program ranked among the top 20 graduate Management programs in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s “2018 Best Graduate Schools.”

University of Detroit Mercy has formed a new nursing partnership with Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids.

Dean of the College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing Christine Pacini has been appointed chairperson of an American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) national task force, Vision for Nursing Education.

The Healthcare Management Degree Guide also named Detroit Mercy as one of the top Midwestern Universities for a graduate degree in healthcare management in a recent ranking.

Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Nursing Rosanne Burson and Assistant Professor of Nursing Katherine Moran for winning the 37th annual Alpha Sigma Nu Book Awards for their book, The Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Project: A Framework for Success.

Since 2015, Clinical Associate Professor of Patient Management Melanie Mayberry has led a grant-funded program provided by the DMC Foundation, which concluded on May 31. The approximately $65,300 award supported a pilot program for integrated medical and oral health collaborations with a goal to improve patient knowledge of oral health as it relates to pregnancy.

Cynthia Zolnierek ’81 received the inaugural Association of Public Health Nurses Legacy Award, honoring Maude E. Callen, at the ACHNE/APHN conference in Indianapolis.

Balqis Elhaddi '13, who received her MHS in Health Services Administration, was featured in the Crain's Detroit Business article, "Project manager, Henry Ford Health system," May 22.

Health Services Administration alumna Jennifer A. Stuart ’00 has been appointed Walled Lake city Clerk and was highlighted in the Oakland Press article, “Walled Lake names new clerk,” April 22.

Alumna Natalie Rau ’99 joined Shoreline Fruit as Director of Quality Assurance and Research and Development and was highlighted in the Record Eagle article, “Business Memoranda: 3/23/2016,” March 22.

U.S. News & World Report released the list of “2017 Best Graduate Schools,” ranking University of Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program as the 10th best program in the nation, as well as the Graduate Business Management program as the #16 best.