Serving the Community

Serving the Community

Tutoring

The University of Dallas offers several opportunities to actively practice your faith in the community.

ALternative Spring Break in New Orleans
Spring break with purpose

Since 1994, groups of UD students have been spending their annual rite of spring helping communities across the country while experiencing, discussing and understanding significant social issues through our Alternative Spring Break program.

Crusaders for Life

Actively practice your commitment to defending life from conception to natural death by joining Crusaders for Life, one of four clubs sponsored by the Campus Ministry Office.

Praise and WorshipPraise and Worship

On Sunday evenings after the final Mass, students gather for an experience of praise and worship, lifting their voices to God through a combination of prayer and charismatic hymns.

Other ways to serve

Best Buddies - better the lives of those who are intellectually disabled

Called to Crochet – make baby items for a Catholic crisis pregnancy center

Hearts & Hammers – help refurbish Dallas/Fort Worth homes for those in need

Best Buddies

News

Looking Back at the Photo Reel: President Hibbs' First Day in Office

July 1 marked an era of new beginnings at the University of Dallas as Thomas S. Hibbs, Ph.D., BA '82 MA '83, stepped into the limelight as the university’s ninth and first alumnus president. And his early morning arrival on UD’s Irving campus denoted a full-circle homecoming for the former Holy Trinity seminarian.

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Alumna, Family Endow Chemistry Scholarship, Honor Retired Provost

On July 9, President Thomas S. Hibbs, Ph.D., BA '82 MA '83, along with Alex and Martha Galbraith, parents of alumna Alison Galbraith, BA '12, signed the C.W. Eaker Scholarship Fund for Chemistry/Biochemistry at UD. The endowed scholarship is the first to be received by Hibbs since his presidency began on July 1; it honors longtime and much-loved chemistry professor C.W. Eaker, Ph.D., who served UD with distinction for over 40 years, first as a faculty member, then as dean of Constantin College and finally as provost of the university.

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