The University of Dallas offers a premier liberal arts education built on a legacy
of study and grounded in the pursuit of creativity, ingenuity and new discoveries.
Increasingly, we have been recognized for our strong Catholic identity and our commitment
to the Western intellectual tradition. From our devoted faculty to our focus on providing
the highest quality education to our students, learn more about what sets us apart.
Named among the 2022 Best Colleges, UD ranked No. 6 in Regional Universities West for the second year in a row, and No. 9 as a Best Value institution. The university was additionally ranked among the Best Colleges for Veterans, Top Performers on Social Mobility, and Best Undergraduate Business Programs in the country.
Named to the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2019, remaining the only Catholic college or university to receive such an honor in the southwestern United States.
The University of Dallas is ranked 78 in Kiplinger's list of Best Values in Liberal Arts Colleges and is ranked 173 among all colleges.
UD was identified as No. 22 of the "46 Best Colleges for Getting Big Merit Scholarships" by Money Magazine. Money declared UD “one of the nation’s top-performing colleges” in its annual ranking of the Best Colleges for Your Money, as well as one of the Best Colleges in the South.
Named one of the "Top 50 Christian Schools" by Study.com. Over 75% of the student population is Catholic, however, students of all denominations are welcome to foster their individual spiritual development and prepare for their spiritual calling in life.
Ranked 67th in the "Top 300 Schools for Women" at the Women's Choice Awards in 2018.
Eidt’s book retells the fairy tales plainly but authentically, bringing students into “the ongoing great conversation” of German as soon as possible.+ Read More
Thanks to Fregoso, Weisbruch and the givers of Charity Week — from Penny War veterans to Mall jailbirds — LBWDC can help a few more babies grow up in love.+ Read More
Parens is president of the Association for Core Texts and Courses. He will address the Trivium's place in the liberal arts at the ACTC's conference this month.+ Read More