Constantin College

Explore the Great Works of Western Civilization. Begin your Odyssey.

UD’s Core curriculum is a transformative course of study experienced by all undergraduates that focuses on the great works of Western civilization in order to help you develop the intellectual and critical thinking skills that will prepare you for success both in school and in life beyond school.

Walk in the Footsteps of Greatness. Literally.

It’s one thing to read about the history of the Roman Empire or analyze the tragedies of Sophocles, but it’s quite another thing to stand where Julius Caesar spoke to his legions or recite “Oedipus Rex” in the same theater where it was performed over 2,000 years ago. The classroom will come to life during your Rome semester.

Teaching and Learning in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.

Because UD is dedicated to preserving the ideals of the Catholic intellectual tradition, we believe that education should be about the pursuit of wisdom, truth and virtue. Our approach to education will help you engage in a constructive dialogue with the modern world as a person of faith.

Explore the academic programs offered by the Constantin College of Liberal Arts and discover how our approach to a liberal education engages both the mind and spirit, no matter what discipline you pursue.

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News

Braniff Salon Inspires Louise Cowan's Students Again

Huddled outside the front doors of SB Hall, an intimate group of UD alumni, students, professors and patrons gathered for an informal poetry reading of UD's own Louise Cowan's favorite poetry for this spring's Braniff Salon: "Celebrating the Legacy of Louise Cowan: Lyric Poetry and the Soul."

Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business

The University of Dallas announced that John R. Lee, current CEO of North American National Risk Services, will address graduates during its Spring graduate commencement for the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business. The ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 7, at the Irving Bible Church; and 148 graduates will cross the stage, turning from students into University of Dallas alumni.

Best Bets: Events to Anticipate, Week of 5/2/16

Who's ready for the semester to be over already? I'm more than ready. Just like I'm more than ready for this weekend to officially begin. But before we get to next week's list of things to do, here's a few events offered up this weekend. You don't want to miss out.

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Events

5.5.16 | 6:00am - Senior Art Exhibitions

Senior Art Exhibitions will be on display around campus in the Thompson Loggia of the Haggerty Art Village, Gorman Foyer, Painting/Printmaking Building and Blakley Foyer from April 27 to May 6.

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