University of Dayton is a private educational institution which was established in 1850 and is situated in Ohio, in the Midwestern city of Dayton. It is one of the catholic research-intensive universities. The university has been ranked at 127th position in the 2019 edition of the Best Colleges in National Universities
Programs, Campus and Residence
- The university offers 80 under graduate programs, 50 graduate programs, 12 doctoral programs and a few certificate programs, along with many other courses.
- Popular courses offered at the University of Dayton are the following:
- Journalism and related programs
- Health Professions and related programs
- The university offers a lot of residing options to choose from for its first year students. Around 75% of the students opt for college-owned, -operated and –affiliated facilities. Yet the students can go beyond and not choose on-campus facilities and go for off-campus housing which is around 25% students’ choice.
University of Dayton Admission Process
|Test Score||Undergraduates - ACT/SAT score Graduates – GRE, GMAT or other related tests|
|English Proficiency Tests||TOEFL/IELTS or PTE score|
|Application Fees||No fee|
|Additional Requirements||Essay, Financial Documentation, Interview, Health Insurance, Personal Statement/Writing Sample|
|Intake Sessions||Summer and Fall|
How to Apply
The international students who want to apply to this university can apply through either University of Dayton Application or the Common Application.
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition Fee||42, 900 USD|
|Living Expenses||8,140 USD|
|Insurance and Other Costs||5, 440 USD|
- The University of Dayton offers its international undergraduate student population merit-based scholarships.
- Around 58% full-time undergraduate students offer need-based financial aid.
- The average amount that the university offers as need based scholarship or grant award is USD 27,594.