After confirming** enrollment with the Admissions Office, all incoming freshmen and transfer undergraduate students must complete the following forms for the Office of Student Life. Some forms pertain to the basic necessities of life, while other forms assist with a smoother transition to college life. This requested information is non-academic. All academic questions should be directed to the Dean of Constantin College.
(**You are defined as a 'confirmed' student when you have sent in the required $400 enrollment deposit along with the 'Enrollment Decision Form'. This form is sent to you along with your acceptance letter from the University of Dallas Admissions Office. Please do not complete any of the forms below unless you fall into this category.)
Due to signature requirements this form is in PDF format which may be downloaded to print. You will need to schedule a doctor's appointment to complete this form. DO NOT DELAY. This form typically takes the most time to complete as it requires a visit to the doctor's office for the physical exam and immunizations pages. (Please note the State of Texas requirement effective January 1, 2012 of a meningitis vaccine for ALL NEW INCOMING STUDENTS.) Other sections require medical history information, etc. Schedule your doctor's appointment soon so that you may return the form in a timely manner. It is strongly recommended that you keep a copy for your personal records. Upon completion of the entire form, please mail to:
University of Dallas
Office of Student Life
1845 E. Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062
The completed form may also be securely faxed to 972.721.5291 or scanned into PDF format and sent via email HERE.
**Please note that until the entire Medical History Form is received by the Office of Student Life, you have a student account 'hold' that will prevent class selection as well as completion of your campus housing assignment.
Each year at the time of class registration, all full-time undergraduates are automatically enrolled in and charged for the student insurance program. However, the health insurance cost may be waived upon proper submission of an online waiver directly with the insurance company. February 8, 2014 is the deadline date for new spring students. A direct link to the online waiver form will be provided here once available.
Absence of a waiver form by the deadline date implies your acceptance of the program and related charges.
Special Note to International students attending on an F-1 visa: International Students must be enrolled in the university policy for International Students. Further information is available from the International Student Advisor, Marilyn White, 972-721-5059 or by email HERE.
The University of Dallas has joined other universities in the country by implementing a mandatory alcohol education program. Whether you are an abstainer or drinker, the program empowers students to make well informed decisions about alcohol, respond to drinking behaviors of peers and achieve academic goals. This is an on-line, science based course which provides detailed information about alcohol and its effects on the body and mind. All new incoming students are required to complete this online alcohol education course prior to arrival on campus.
The program is now available to access online. The main portion of the program – Survey 1, Modules 1-3, the Exam and Survey 2 – needs to be completed no later than January 21, 2014. Approximately forty-five days after the completion of Part 1, you will be prompted to take the Final Survey, which must be completed by March 19, 2014. Please note that an exam score of 80% or better is required to complete the main portion of the program. All you need to take the survey is a computer with Internet access and audio capabilities. The information that you will need to access AlcoholEdu is as follows:
1. Go to: www.everfi.com/register
2. As a New User, enter school ID: C224323A
3. Click "Sign Up"
After entering this information, you can create a new user account with your University of Dallas email address and a password. You may log in and out of the course at the end of each section. Section ends are marked with a "Next" button. DO NOT logout until you click the "Next" button or you will have to repeat the section you have just completed. If you need help with the website, the AlcoholEdu Online Technical Support Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Simply click the "Help" button located in the upper right-hand corner of every AlcoholEdu screen.
Parents, we have AlcoholEdu for Parents, just for you. Click HERE to learn more.
Due to the MANDATORY RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT students must complete EITHER a HOUSING CONTRACT -OR- a New Student COMMUTER FORM. All new students will automatically be billed standard room and board charges. Commuters' charges will be reversed upon receipt of a valid Commuter Form.
Residents will not be specifically assigned and matched with a roommate until:
* The $200 Housing Deposit is NOT included in your $400 Enrollment Deposit but it may be easily submitted by logging into your new student records account (information previously mailed to you by the Admissions Office) via CASHNet and paying online. Checks sent via 'snail mail' must be payable to UD, include your student ID number, be marked 'housing deposit' and must be mailed to the attention of the BUSINESS OFFICE - NOT the Office of Student Life.
Please note that information regarding housing and roommate assignments will be sent via email to students. Email is our primary means of communication with students so it is YOUR responsibility to check your messages periodically.
As an incoming spring student please be aware that room and roommate options are limited. We will endeavor to make the best roommate match possible for you based upon availability and the information submitted on your housing contract. You will be notified via email of your room and roommate assignment once completed.
Click HERE to view and print off a handy 'checklist' that you may use to help you keep track of your progress.
Click HERE to view and print off a copy of the 2013-2014 Student Life Calendar with critical deadlines, hall opening/closing dates and food service dates for campus residents. A useful tool for planning ahead!
Additional resource information may be found on this web page about "Life on Campus".
After confirmation of enrollment at the University of Dallas, students with disabilities intending to live on campus must contact the Office of Student Life as early as possible if special accommodations are necessary.