USD’s commitment to providing a well-rounded college experience allows the school to remain at the vanguard of Catholic higher education. Prospective students are actively seeking out institutions that, through a combination of state-of-the-art facilities, services and on-campus amenities, can provide the most bang for their collegiate buck.
School of Business Administration Dean David Pyke’s intrepid spirit is a boon during these uncertain economic times. Case in point? Some people enjoy visiting museums or monuments while on vacation. Others relish amusement parks or quirky roadside attractions. David Pyke is partial to factories.
The Center for Community Service-Learning celebrates its 25th anniversary this year; its staff remains dedicated to inspire by doing. The three USD alumni who work for CSL — Chris Nayve, John Loggins and Brenna Hughes — always keep community in mind. That’s where they feel most at home.
Director of University Ministry Michael Lovette-Colyer wants to help men connect with one another on a spiritual level. Step one is helping male students get comfortable praying in groups. If that means cultivating an atmosphere that evokes the gym or sporting facilities, all the better. The point is to seek and find answers to big questions.