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As we always say, at the core of the Dominican experience is relationship. The Brennan School of Business takes that idea very seriously. It is visible everyday in the way that current students interact with faculty and staff, as well as one another. After all, ethical business practices require understanding and appreciating people most of all. That relationship-centered Dominican spirit extends far beyond graduation. The relationship of an alumna/us and her/his alma mater is one of reciprocity. At graduation, your role in the Dominican community changes, but it certainly does not disappear. In fact, the vitality of our university and its programs relies on the support network created by its past students, the real-life examples of what a Dominican education can create: ethical professionals and active contributors to society.
The Office of Alumnae/i Relations at Dominican University has coordinated a variety of university benefits afforded our graduates from use of the fitness center to scholarship for family members pursuing a Dominican education. You can find a comprehensive list of these benefits by clicking here: Alumnae/i Benefits. Be a Pillar of Support
Additionally, there are a variety of ways in which a graduate can help fellow alums as well as current students including career mentoring, internship hosting, financial support, and acting as an admissions ambassador.
Most importantly, thank you for checking in with your alma mater. By keeping us abreast of your life changes and providing us feedback, you help us to constantly improve the programs offered to our students and to better understand the value of a degree from Dominican University. Update your information at Alumnae/i Update.
Caritas et Veritas,
Alysha C. Biehl
Senior Director of Development and Alumnae/i Relations