Dominican University of California
Dominican’s focus on interdisciplinary studies provides a challenging academic environment. In the sciences, the University is adept at engaging undergraduates in sophisticated research projects that enable them to present at national academic conferences and publish alongside their faculty mentors in peer-reviewed journals. Those students zeroing in on the humanities have the unique opportunity to combine dance and musical performance with the study of philosophy, literature, world cultures and religion.
Dominican also offers strong undergraduate and graduate professional programs in business, education and nursing. Graduate disciplines also include counseling psychology and occupational therapy.
For more information, visit www.dominican.edu.
North Bay Inn. Stay with us on your next vacation and you’ll go to the head of a classy San Rafael hotel. We’re well schooled in well-appointed accommodations and service. Plus, we’re within easy reach of all the great attractions that make the San Francisco Bay Area great. We’re also close to several top-tier institutions of higher education such as Dominican University of California, which is just two miles from our front door. [Top]
Dominican University Athletics. Since opening the state-of-the-art Conlan Recreation Center in 2000, Dominican has enjoyed tremendous success in athletics. In 2006, the men’s basketball team won the California Pacific Conference for the fourth straight season–a first in Cal Pac history. The year before, the men’s soccer team captured the Cal Pac Conference after an undefeated season. Men also play golf and lacrosse while women athletes engage in volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, golf and tennis competition. [Top]
Dominican University Student Body. Approximately 40 percent of undergraduate students are of ALANA heritage (African American, Latino, Asian American or Native American). Of the total student body, 23 percent are men and 77 percent are women. While domestic students come from all across the U.S., most are primarily from the Bay Area and Northern California. International students represent 21 countries, including Brazil, China, Ireland, Japan, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey. [Top]
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