Next Steps | Graduate Business Admissions

Next Steps | Graduate Business Admissions

Admitted Students

Congratulations on your admission to the University of Dallas! We are exceited to have you join our family!

There are a few more steps you must take to officially start your graduate business student journey. A full list of Next Steps is provided below. To see only the steps you are required to complete, log into your Advising Portal. 

Next Steps


Save your seat in the upcoming term by submitting the Intent to Enroll Form! Our academic advising team will be in touch with you to guide you through the enrollment process!
All graduate business students are assigned an academic advisor to coach you through your academic journey! First semester students are required to meet with your assigned academic advisor, prior to the start of your first semester, to establish and review your degree plan, answer any last minute questions and gain approval to register for classes. 

Need financial support to help you finance your UD business degree? The first step is to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. After your results are received, a Financial Aid counselor will contact you with next steps. Students are also encouraged to apply for the following scholarship opportunities:

General Graduate Student Scholarships
Graduate Business Scholarships
International Student Scholarships

Join us for New Graduate Student Orientation offered one-week prior to the start of each semester! During orientation, you will have the chance to be welcomed by our Dean and faculty, learn about graduate student expectations and experience a break out session featuring your masters degree program director! Be sure to register online to receive the event details!

If applicable, please be sure to submit your offical transripts. Refer to your admission letter to determine which official transcripts may still be needed as well as the transcript submission deadline. 

As part of its living out of the Catholic faith, the University of Dallas is committed to providing work, living, and learning environments that are free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. The university does not tolerate conduct that is inconsistent with this commitment. Its Civil Rights Policy represents the policy of the University of Dallas, and is also in fulfillment of its duties under federal and state law, including, but not limited to, Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and their accompanying administrative regulations. As part of this commitment, each student is required to complete a mandatory Title IX Online Training Program prior to beginning their academic journey. 

The University of Dallas has partnered with Google to deliver enhanced collaboration services to all enrolled students. The Google Apps for Education partnership enables the collaborative student use of Gmail, Calendaring, Instant Messaging, and Google Docs, Spreadsheets, and Presentations with no advertising or marketing directed at our users. Email activation instrucstions are available here

Students studying on an F-1 visa may have additional requirements prior to the start of each semester. Contact Dr. Breonna Collins, Director of International Student Services, for information specific to your academic progress. 

Important Dates


  Summer '24 Fall '24 Spring '25
Intent to Enroll Form Due May 1 August 1 January 1
Orientation May 21 TBD TBD
Classes Start Week of May 28 Week of August 19 Week of January 20


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