.....a parent's quick link to offices and services on campus
Tuition, Room & Board, and Student Insurance
Learn about how to apply for financial aid and scholarships
See information about both on and off campus jobs, work study opportunities, and the documentation students need when they seek student employment.
From textbooks and course materials to sweatshirts and toothpaste - the UD Bookstore has it all.
UD offers students a chance to compete with students from other universities and colleges. The University is a member of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. For a complete list of men's and women's athletic teams visit the Athletic webpage.
The UD Campus Ministry office welcomes students of all faith traditions to participate as fully as possible in all prayer and programming activities.
For your convenience and protection, Campus Safety officers are on duty 24 hours per day. These officers provide physical security, fire protection and prevention, emergency first aid, safety programs and inspections, and investigate and enforce violations of the Code of Student Conduct and criminal offenses on UD property.
The Office of Career Services provides undergraduate and graduate students with career counseling and career development services, workshops and presentations, and mock interviews.
The Counseling Center provides a wide range of counseling services for adults and adolescents. Areas of specialization include marriage and family, interpersonal relationships, life transitions, self-esteem and self-image, spirituality, life vocations/careers, depression, anxiety, stress and coping skills, and other related concerns.
The University will provide any and all reasonable accommodations to facilitate handicapped applicants, students, employees and guests access to and participation in University programs, events, classes and administrative activities.
Students who live in on-campus housing find it easier to get more involved in campus activities than students who live off campus. They have access to nutritious meals and do not have to worry about grocery shopping, cooking or cleanup. Each of the residence halls develops a personality, and many of the residents create lifelong friendships.
The Office of Human Resources helps students (with qualifying conditions under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act) address accessibility and accommodation issues.
The William A. Blakley Library maintains a collection of printed and non-printed, primary and secondary materials which will support the educational, research, and public service programs of the undergraduate and graduate schools of the University.
The Registrar's Office has information for students regarding registration, enrollment verification, final exam schedule, transcripts, etc.
Find out more about residential and community living on campus, the amenities in the halls, or take a virtual tour of a residence hall.
Students at the University of Dallas have numerous ways to get involved in a wide array of educational, cultural, social and recreational programming and activities that foster student learning and development.
The University Clinic offers services ranging from treatment of acute illnesses to minor emergency care to referrals.
The Office of Student Life is dedicated to providing a campus environment that challenges and encourages students to make healthy and informed lifestyle choices along with encouraging the development of the moral and intellectual virtues as students seek a balance in their lives and their community.
The Writing Center offers individual tutoring sessions for students working on essays, regardless of the subject or student's writing ability.
Where Can I Find A......? (a quick guide to local banks, movie theaters, restaurants and various shopping venues)
Out and About in the DFW metroplex (a list of museums and historic sites, performing arts venues, sporting activities, gardens, running trails and wineries)