Class is just the beginning of life at UD. From lectures
to sporting events, from art to science, the campus
overflows with laughter, camaraderie and inspiration
at the beginning of this new school year.
"As professionals, I think we should always strive to continue growing and evolving in our craft. That's what getting my MBA means to me."
"Green buildings lead to improved morale, overall happiness and less absenteeism. SB Hall provides a visible symbol of UD’s and the college of business’ dedication to sustainable business. We already have a robust program and classes, but now everyone can walk in and see sustainability in action."
Next week kicks off the long-held junior class tradition, Charity Week, which lasts Monday through Saturday, where the UD community will rally together to raise funds for three nonprofits that fall in line with the university’s Catholic identity — Project Ultrasound, The Chromosome 18: Registry and Research Society and Heifer International.
It took root in a community of friends and neighbors, people who learned from and studied with each other, with the University of Dallas as their common bond. Before its official beginning, what would become St. Francis Montessori consisted of a room in the home of Associate Professor of Theology Christopher Malloy and his family.
Sponsored by the Diocese of Dallas and the University of Dallas, the 2016 Dallas Ministry Conference will strive to bring together Catholic faithful from the diocese and the surrounding area to learn, pray and walk together in faith. LEARN MORE
The University of Dallas Sustainable Business Network invites you to join us at CHRISTUS Health to learn about their award-winning leadership development program.