Dominican University offers more than 50 academic programs, nine pre-professional programs and five graduate schools in library and information science, business, education, social work and continuing studies. It is a distinctively relationship-centered educational community, rooted in the liberal arts and sciences and known for its rigorous and engaging academic programs, for the care and respect with which it mentors students, for its enduring commitment to social justice, and for the enriching diversity of its students, faculty and staff.
At the University Center
Dominican’s University Center offerings are drawn from their Graduate School of Library & Information Science, Graduate School of Social Work, School of Professional and Continuing Studies, and School of Education.
As of September 2014, Dominican University’s School of Education has suspended admission into Lake County sections of its graduate education programs. It will teach out those programs for current students and is assessing whether a new cohort could be recruited in 2017 or beyond.
Dominican University’s graduate recruitment staff hold appointments in the Grayslake facility for the following programs:
Masters of Library and Information Science program
Masters of Library and Information Science with School Library Media Certification
Master of Social Work
See UC’s Paying for School page for information about the GSSW Lake County scholarship.