The Due Santi Society was created to honor those who have made the ultimate commitment to the University of Dallas by including us in their estate planning.
Due Santi, "The Two Saints,” is the name of UD’s permanent Rome Campus located in a historic district at the foot of the Alban Hills near Castel Gandolfo, the Holy Father’s summer residence.
According to tradition, Saints Peter and Paul stopped in the area on the way into Rome. Local archaeological finds from the Roman period suggest that the ancient Romans valued the area for its fresh air and its beautiful countryside. They built marvelous suburban villas here that allowed them to escape from the hustle and bustle of the ancient city.
Your generous inclusion of the University of Dallas in your estate plans can be tailored to best fit your unique wishes. Upon execution of the estate, funds will be pooled with other University investments to maximize returns and then distributed based on earnings. The corpus of the gift will never be touched and therefore will always exist.
Estate gifts can be designated to:
In addition to the knowledge they are cementing the future of the University of Dallas, Due Santi Society members enjoy a myriad of other benefits:
If you would like more information on the Due Santi Society, have already included the University of Dallas in your estate plans, or would like to discuss potential programs to support through an estate gift, please contact: