Our Catholic Faith

Our Catholic Faith

The light of the Catholic faith illuminates every aspect of life at UD, from social activities to clubs and organizations.

Serving the Church

University of Dallas alumni serve the Catholic Church in more than 30 states across the U.S.

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Faith in the Classroom

Courses at UD offer a dialogue of faith and reason combined with Catholic intellectual tradition.

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Serving the Community

The university connects students with opportunities to enrich the lives of others through year-round community service.

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Deepening Your Faith

UD students continue to develop moral virtues while in pursuit of truth and wisdom.

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All are welcome.

While more than 75 percent of our students are Catholic, UD welcomes those of all denominations. We support academic and religious freedom and foster spiritual development – no matter the faith tradition – to prepare students for their calling as men and women of faith in the world.

News

University of Dallas Expands Classical Education Program

As many as 100 classical school teachers will receive scholarships this year as the University of Dallas intensifies its efforts within the classical education arena. The university also plans to bring on two new tenure-track faculty members, each devoted primarily to one of two programs in the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts.

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Charity Week: Junior Class Tradition Encourages Unity

Next week kicks off the long-held junior class tradition, Charity Week -- and as the UD community gathers on Monday, Oct. 15, Catholics around the world also celebrate the feast of St. Teresa of Ávila, Virgin, Doctor of the Church. Lasting through Saturday, Oct. 20, the entire University of Dallas campus will raise funds for two nonprofits that align with the university's Catholic identity.

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Top DFW Female Executives to Discuss Imposter Syndrome

Do you sometimes feel unworthy of your achievements, suspicious that they're the result of mere luck or other people's misevaluation of your competence, rather than something you've rightfully earned? You're not alone. On Oct. 17, some of Dallas/Fort Worth's top female business leaders and executives will share their experience with and tips for fighting these nagging insecurities.

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