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A pioneering, personalized approach to education crafted with today's marketplace in mind.

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Everything you do here contributes to your personal and professional goals. That's because our innovative Dominican Experience is rooted in proven educational methods.

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From our northern California campus, you’ll see more than stunning views, you’ll see new possibilities.

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12 short miles to San Francisco

A suburban campus with big-city access

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Dominican is a NCAA Division II school and competes in the Pacific West Conference. With 11 NCAA sports, one intercollegiate club and plenty of recreational sports, there are lots of reasons to cheer here.

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It's easy to find inspiration here. Our 80-acre Marin County campus features scenic views, lush landscapes, flowering gardens, and buildings with history and character.

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At The Met

On the verge of making her debut at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City, Tatiana Barber ’16 felt like she was dancing on cloud nine. “I understand the grandness of this opportunity, but I...

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Campus Update: Commencement, Remote Instruction, Residence Halls

President Mary B. Marcy issued the following statement on Thursday, March 26: Dear Campus Community: It has been an intense 10 days since the first shelter in place order was issued by the county...

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Adventures of Iceland Field Trip

It was early in the morning on March 11 — just before a group of students and faculty were ready to start the journey to Akureyri, the Capital of North Iceland — that biology professor Dr. Vania...

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