|Motto||Religio et Scientia (Lt.: Religion and Knowledge)|
|Endowment||US $25.2 Million|
|President||Sister Denise A. Roche, GNSH, Ph.D|
|Provost||Arup K. Sen, Ph.D. (Vice President for Academic Affairs)|
|Location||Buffalo, New York, U.S.|
|Campus||17 acres |
|Colors||Red and White
|Athletics||NCAA Division III, Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference, Eastern College Athletic Conference, United Volleyball Conference (men's volleyball).|
D'Youville College is a private, coeducational independent college, with a Roman Catholic tradition. It is located on the West Side of Buffalo, New York, a few blocks from the international Peace Bridge, and has students from around the world. The college celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2008.
D'Youville offers 45 degree majors for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, as well as advanced certificates for health care professionals and education. There are also five-year, dual degree programs in occupational and physical therapy, physician assistant, dietetics, undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing, a seven-year chiropractic school program, and a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program. Liberal arts majors are also available. D'Youville is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education and other appropriate accrediting agencies. A number of degrees are accepted by the Canadian National Government.
Its current enrollment is approximately 3,200 students. D'Youville enrolls approximately 600 Canadian students and an almost equal split between students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree programs. In 2011, D'Youville was ranked as one of the best colleges in the nation for veterans by Military Times EDGE magazine.
D'Youville's Mission Statement:
"D’Youville College is an independent institution of higher education that offers baccalaureate and graduate programs to students of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds. D’Youville College honors its Catholic heritage and spirit of St. Marguerite d'Youville by providing academic, social, spiritual, and professional development in programs that emphasize leadership and service. D’Youville teaches students to contribute to the world community by leading compassionate, productive, and responsible lives."
D'Youville College was founded by the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart (GNSH), and named for their patron Saint Marie-Marguerite d'Youville. The New York State Legislature granted D'Youville a charter to become a college on April 8, 1908. The college was accredited by the University of the State of New York in 1908, and has maintained their accreditation ever since.
It was the first college to admit women in western New York State, and remained a women's college until the 1970s. It also started the area's first four-year undergraduate nursing program in 1942.
Upon a voted directive of the Board of Directors, the process of change in status from college to university started in June 2007, with plans to present a formal request to the State Education Department once it finishes reviewing and modifying its requirements.
Also in June 2004, an agreement was made with Balassi Bálint Institute in Budapest, Hungary to exchange students, and later on in June 2007 at Trinity College in Crete, Greece to exchange students.
Degree Programs Offered 
Bachelor Degree Programs 
-Adolescence (Secondary) Education (7-12) BA
-Business Management BS
-Childhood (Elementary) Education (1-6) BA
-Interdisciplinary Studies BA
-Exercise and Sports Studies
-Global Studies BA
-Health Services BS
-Information Technology BS
-Nursing BSN, RN to BSN
-Pre-Professional, science (pre-medical, pre-pharmacy, pre-dental, pre-veterinary)
Dual/Combined Degree Programs 
-Accounting+International Business CPA Track
-Biology + Physical Therapy DPT /> -Chiropractic DC (BS+DC,7 years, early admit)
-Exercise and Sports Studies +Physical Therapy DPT/> -Health Services BS/Physical Therapy DPT (6 year)
-Information Technology/International Business BS/MS
-Interdisciplinary Studies/Education BA+MS
-International Business BS/MS
-Nursing, Community Health Nursing BSN/MS, RN to BSN/MS
-Human Occupation+Occupational Therapy BS+MS
-Physician Assistant BS/MS
Master Degree Programs 
-Education MS (Elementary, Secondary, Special & TESOL)
-Health Services Administration MS
-International Business MS
-Master's in Business Administration (MBA)
-Nursing, MS (choice of clinical focus)
-Nursing, Community Health Nursing MS
-Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner MS
-Occupational Therapy MS
Doctoral Programs 
-Educational Leadership EdD
-Health Policy and Health Education EdD
-Physical Therapy DPT
Advanced Certificates 
-Advanced Orthopedic Physical Therapy
-Clinical Research Associate
-Family Nurse Practitioner
-Health Services Administration
-Long Term Care Administration
-Manual Physical Therapy
-Nursing and Health-Related Professions Education
Organizations and athletics 
|Conference(s)||Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference|
|Athletics director||Brian Cavanaugh|
|Basketball arena||College Center Gym|
|Baseball stadium||Coca-Cola Field|
|Colors||Red and White
D'Youville College has 25 different clubs and organizations that are either related to various degree programs or are designed to promote the skills promised by the College's mission statement.
D'Youville College, known athletically as the Spartans, competes at the NCAA Division III level, and is a member of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC). Fourteen (14) intercollegiate programs are offered: men's baseball, basketball, Men's hockey cross country, soccer, tennis and volleyball and women's basketball and crew, cross country, crew, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball. Golf is offered as a mixed (co-ed) program.
The Students in Free Enterprise Teams (SIFE), sponsored by the business department, was a national Top 20 finalist for its community service project, assisting those in need and helping high school students become involved in service projects.
Other examples of community outreach include: Free tax preparation; the Community Outreach Program which provides shelters and homes to the homeless; Clean the Park, which happens twice a year when students clean up the local park adjacent to the campus. The college has health care outreach programs in health care such as the "Teddy Bear Clinic" to teach children about general health.
D'Youville College Recognized Clubs and Organizations 
- African Student Association
- American Pharmacists Association
- Athletic Committee
- Black Student Union
- Campus Community Club
- Club Hockey
- D'Youville Chorale
- D'Youville College Ski Club
- International Club
- Issues Committee
- Kappa Delta History Club
- Lambda Sigma Honor Society
- Math and Natural Sciences Club
- Muslim Student
- Pi Theta Epsilon
- Pre-Pharmacy Club
- Programming Committee
- Public Relations Committee
- Residence Council
- SIFE (Students In Free Enterprise)
- Sigma Theta Tau
- Sociology Club
- Student Athlete Advisory Committee
- Student American Chiropractic Association
- Student Dietetics Association
- Student Nursing Association
- Student Occupational Therapy Association
- Student Physical Therapy Association
- Student Physician Assistant Association
- Student Psychology Association
- Student Veterans Association
Notable Alumni 
- Susan Davis - Director of Nursing for Medical Services at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
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