University of Dayton Campaign – #Fair Trade Flyers

The University of Dayton has been designated the 38th Fair Trade University in the U.S., but the campaign continues!

Led by the New Abolitionist Movement club, this campaign consists of a group of faculty and students working to ensure that the University of Dayton more fully fulfills its Catholic and Marianist values by making a commitment to ethical sourcing, with Fair Trade as one avenue. The university president has established a University Working Group for Fair and Ethical Sourcing to further implement these initiatives, including this campaign.


Campaign Progress

Build Your Team

The Fair Trade committee provides leadership and direction for your campaign.

Completed March 30th, 2016

Reach Out to Campus Outlets

Work with your food service provider to increase the availability of Fair Trade products on campus.

Completed July 6th, 2016

Enroll Offices and Catering

Work with campus offices and catering to source Fair Trade products.

Completed May 7th, 2016

Commit to Fair Trade Education and Events

Raise awareness of Fair Trade on your campus through events, curriculum, news coverage, and more.

Completed March 24th, 2016

Pass a Fair Trade Resolution

Draw up a resolution that reflects the college’s commitment to Fair Trade and pass it through the appropriate decision-making bodies for approval.

Completed July 1st, 2016

Recent Tweets

UD Abolitionists

@UD_NAM 5 years Ago

RT @UDGreenDot: Join us tomorrow to kick off Green Dot Week by making blankets for survivors! #UDGDWeek2019

UD Abolitionists

@UD_NAM 5 years Ago

RT @LCHTC419: Sex trafficking: Kearney along I-80 route where more than 900 people are sold every month

UD Abolitionists

@UD_NAM 5 years Ago

RT @FBCTruckerMin: Thank you TAT!!!

Fair Trade Products

Heritage Cafe Heart of campus
Au Bon Pain 1st floor of Kennedy Union
The Chill RecPlex
University of Dayton Bookstore Marianist Hall
The Jury Box Basement of the School of Law
Art Street Cafe (& FE catering) Artstreet in the Center of the South Student Neighborhood
The Blend Express Atrium of Miriam Hall
The Blend Bottom floor of Roesch Library in the Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center
The Galley Bottom floor of Kennedy Union, just inside from the fountain
Stuart’s Landing First floor of Stuart Residence Hall
Riverview Cafe (Catering) Riverview Campus
Kennedy Union Dining Hall Bottom floor of Kennedy Union
Marycrest Dining Hall First floor of Marycrest Residence hall
VWK Dining Hall Level M of VWK Residence hall
Brown St. Bistro Cafe on 6th floor of Fitz Hall
The Emporium Convenience store in Marianist Hall next to the Bookstore


Bradley Petrella