D'Youville campus
Growing Campus
D'Youville has invested over $50 million in capital improvements to campus since 1999.

About D'Youville

Buffalo, New York. Founded by the Grey Nuns in 1908, D'Youville offers undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in allied health professions, education, business and liberal arts.

  • Programs: Nearly 50 academic majors, from bachelor's to doctorate
  • Students: 3,200 undergraduate and graduate students, representing 26 states and 25 countries.

D'Youville Distinctions

  • 100% of classes at D'Youville are taught by faculty, not teaching assistants.
  • All of our programs include a strong liberal arts core to provide a balanced education to our students.
  • First liberal arts college in New York State to offer a professional doctor of chiropractic degree program.
  • Ranked number 4 in the nation for veterans by Military Times EDGE magazine (2015).

You are welcome and encouraged to visit our campus and learn more about D'Youville, our programs and the people that make up the college community.

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  • Mission & History

    The Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart founded D'Youville College in 1908 and named it for their patron Saint Marie-Marguerite d'Youville.
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  • Pharmacy

    D'Youville new School of Pharmacy is preparing students to practice in an inter-professional, patient-centered environment.
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