In a recently announced update by Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, Daemen College has been elevated to the top tier classification – doctoral – making it the only private college in the Buffalo Niagara region to earn this… Read More »
Daemen College ranked seventh out of more than 300 NCAA Division II institutions participating in the fall 2018 NCAA Team Works Helper Helper Community Service Competition.
Student-athletes from Daemen’s 18 intercollegiate athletic teams contributed nearly 1,800 hours of community service… Read More »
Daemen College’s several nursing degree options, including a new online format for the RN to BS program, will be discussed at an open house taking place at 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in the Wick Campus Center’s Alumni Lounge.
Prospective students… Read More »
Hailey Dietrich serves as student-athlete success and community engagement coordinator at Daemen College.
Dietrich plays an integral role in the development of Daemen’s growing number of student-athletes, from monitoring their academic progress and mental health, to overseeing the department’s Student-Athlete… Read More »
(Rochester, N.Y.) canned six three-pointers and matched his career-high with 26 points, and Andrew Sischo
(Guilderland, N.Y.) scored 20 points in his return to the lineup, helping Daemen College knock off nationally-ranked Saint Anselm College 78-72 in a… Read More »
Artwork by Imani Williamson, an illustration major at Daemen College, was selected for El Museo’s recent public art exhibit at Metro Rail’s Utica Station, which was on view in November and December. The project, Your Utica Station, featured commissioned artwork… Read More »