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Express Admission & Enrollment Day

We'd like to invite you to our Express Admission & Enrollment Day! 

Admission Day

Bring your ID and transcripts, meet one-on-one with the admissions team and get a decision on the spot for the spring 2020 semester! As a bonus, we'll even waive your application fee so you can begin enrolling immediately for classes.

When & Where:
Saturday, Dec. 7, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
University of Dallas | Cardinal Farrell Hall
2815 Lynch Circle, Irving, TX 75062

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What To Expect

An info session about the Gupta College of Business will begin at 9:30 am.

Bring a government issued ID, official transcripts and checkbook. Our admissions team will be on hand to answer questions, scan and review materials, discuss goals and let you know if you’ve been accepted for the 2020 spring semester. 

Members of UD's Office of Financial Aid will also be present to answer questions about FAFSA and other available financial aid options. 

Get a Decision Even Faster

Want to expedite the process? Submit your application before arrival; If you already have an application started, you may log back in to continue and complete the submission process.

We can scan and upload any materials or documents you bring with you. Our system helps track your application status from start to finish, providing an overview of everything you’ll need. Once everything is in order, you may submit without paying the application fee — we’ll waive this when you get here.


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