Estimate your eligibility for an Academic Achievement Award
Use the Net Price Calculator to estimate your eligibility for an Academic Achievement
Award by entering in your high school GPA and standardized test scores. Please note: the calculator is based on the scholarships awarded for freshmen who matriculated
at UD during the 2020-2021 academic year. You can also enter in your family's financial
information to receive an estimate regarding need-based financial aid. Please fill
out the calculator completely and keep in mind the numbers you are provided are only
If you plan to enter UD as a freshman during the 2021-22 academic year, please use
the scholarship grid below to see what you may qualify for. Please be aware that a
GPA within a scholarship qualifying range does not guarantee admission.
¹University of Dallas reserves the right to recalculate a GPA as deemed necessary.
If both an unweighted and weighted GPA are provided, the unweighted GPA will be used
in cases of a non-standard weighted GPA. GPAs will not be rounded.
International Students: For the academic achievement scholarships listed above, UD will calculate an equivalent
For more than 15 years, Monsignor Thomas Fucinaro has served as chaplain on the University of Dallas’ Eugene Constantin Campus (affectionately known as Due Santi) just outside of Rome, Italy. However, in May, Pope Francis reassigned him to his home diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska, beginning on Feb. 2, 2022, as pastor of the Cathedral of the Risen Christ.
The University of Dallas is pleased to welcome Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda of Erbil, Iraq, as a special guest and keynote speaker at the 61st annual Spring Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, May 16, honoring the Class of 2021. This year, UD will award more than 500 bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees from the Constantin College of Liberal Arts, Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts, Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry and Satish and Gupta College of Business.
“As a priest, it’s been a blessing that my first assignment was to serve a college campus,” said UD Chaplain Father Thomas More Barba, BA ’09 ’10. “Young people need to see that their priests are approachable and can connect with them. Being present on campus as a Dominican, walking around campus and being approachable to students, faculty, or anyone who is here, has been a happy, providential thing.”