Melisa Estrada Travel Schedule

Melisa Estrada 2016-2017 Travel Schedule

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University of Dallas Admission Counselor

If you would like to schedule a one-on-one meeting with an admission counselor at a coffeehouse in your hometown, please email Melisa. Click here to return to Melisa's bio. 


Tulsa, Oklahoma

September 11, 2016
      • Tulsa College Connection, Central Park Hall- Expo Square
September 12, 2016
      • Union College Night
September 13, 2016
      • Bishop Kelley High School
      • Cascia Hall Preparatory School


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

September 14, 2016
      • Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School
September 15, 2016
      • Heritage Hall Upper School, Oklahoma City
      • Mount St. Mary Catholic High School, Oklahoma City


  San Antonio, Texas

September 19, 2016
      • Holy Cross Catholic High School
September 20, 2016
      • Central Catholic High School
September 21, 2016
      • Atonement Academy
September 22, 2016
      • Incarnate Word HIgh School
      • Providence High School
      • College in Our Community College Fair
September 23, 2016
      • Texas Military Institute
October 24, 2016
      • Alamo Heights ISD College Fair
      • Northside ISD College Fair, UTSA Rec Center
October 25, 2016
      • Geneva School of Boerne College Fair
October 26, 2016
      • Antonian Preparatory School
      • Northeast ISD College Fair, Blossom Athletic Center
 October 27, 2016
      • Winston School College Fair
      • Cornerstone Christian School College Fair


Austin, Texas

September 26, 2016
      • Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders
      • Round Rock ISD College Fair
 September 27, 2016
      • Westlake High School
      • St. Michael's Catholic Academy
      • Lake Travis High School
 September 28, 2016
      • Austin ISD College Fair
      • Hays CISD College Fair
      • Leander ISD College Night, Vista Ridge HS
September 29, 2016
      • Hutto High School


Former Arlington Lieutenant Becomes UD's First Police Chief

A self-proclaimed Irish-Catholic Yankee and an altar boy starting in second grade, Russell Greene first learned of the University of Dallas upon moving to North Texas in 1994. "I grew up always dreaming of becoming a police officer," said Greene, who began serving in his post earlier this semester as chief of the university's new police department.

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