If you're ready to apply, have a quick question, or are just starting your search, the D'Youville admissions office is here to help with information and advice about D'Youville and the admissions process.
If you've introduced yourself and know your counselor, you can find their contact information below. If you're just starting your search, you can email, call, or text us and we'll help you however we can. We're ready to help you.
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- Fax: 716-829-7900
- Mail: 320 Porter Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14201-9985
Meet Our Admissions Team
If you have a question or need help, contact our admissions experts. They've helped thousands of students find the school and the program that fit their future and, if they don't know the answer, they'll connect you with someone who does, from financial aid to the coach on your new D'Youville team.
Mary Evanco-Clark, University Recruiter
Nursing BSN (University at Buffalo); MS/Nursing Informatics (in progress American Sentinel University)
Playing the piano, traveling, gardening and volleyball
What I Love about D'Youville
Warm, comfortable campus; caring students; faculty and staff. Surrounded by beautiful architecture in the City of Buffalo and only blocks away from Lake Erie and the Niagara River.
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Mary Frye, University Recruiter
BA in Strategic Communication and Digital Media
Baking, exercising, listening to music and spending time at my family’s cottage on Lake Erie.
Try new things and challenge yourself. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes or to ask for help when it is needed.
Tyra Henson, Assistant Director of Admissions
New York City, NY
Trying new foods, traveling to new places, and reading feminist literature.
What I Love about D'Youville
D'Youville is located on Buffalo's West Side and I love how the institution is so invested in the area. The West Side is so beautiful and filled with culture and diversity. I know how much D'Youville understands its duty to take care of their city and their local community. It's awesome to watch as so many new things take shape in order to improve our students' academic experiences and the overwhelming community as well.
Don't be afraid to try new things, meet new people, and explore life outside of your classes! Yes, academics are most important BUT college is the time to discover who you are and to decide who you want to be. You learn so much about yourself through lived experiences.
Chris Krueger, University Recruiter
Call: (716) 829-7912
Text: (716) 995-4737
Exercise & Sports Studies, BS
I love to hike, go to concerts, cheer on the Buffalo Bills, read and most of all be around volleyball.
What I love about D’Youville
D’Youville is home to me! My 4 years as a student-athlete here were some of the most transformative years of my life, and D’Youville is a place that fosters that. You will not be the same person you were when you leave this campus after graduation and that’s a good thing. That really speaks to the community of D’Youville and what it means to be a Saint!
Do everything you can to break out of your shell and be genuine! College is a place where you can start fresh, and start to write your own story… so get out, get involved and make it happen!
Megan Saunders, University Recruiter