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Directions to Campus

From DFW Airport, north exit:

  • Take Highway 114 eastbound to the Tom Braniff Drive exit.
  • Turn right onto Tom Braniff Drive.
  • Take the first right into the UD campus.

From DFW Airport, south exit:

  • Take Highway 183 eastbound to the Carl Road exit.
  • Turn left onto Carl Road and travel north to Northgate Drive.
  • Turn right onto Northgate Drive and travel east until you reach the UD campus.

From either northbound or southbound Loop 12:

  • Take the Highway 183 westbound exit.
  • Turn right onto Carl Road and travel north to Northgate Drive.
  • Turn right onto Northgate Drive and travel east until you reach the UD campus.

From Love Field:

  • Take a right onto Mockingbird Lane.
  • Follow Mockingbird Lane to Highway 183.
  • Take Highway 183 westbound to the Carl Road exit.
  • Turn right onto Carl Road and travel north to Northgate Drive.
  • Turn right onto Northgate Drive and travel east until you reach the UD campus.

Lodging Near Campus

The following area hotels are close to campus and may offer special University of Dallas rates for families and guests of current students.
Hotels with UD Rates »

 

Contact Information

President's Reception Contact
Shannon Brush
Office of the President
972-721-5203
sbrush@udallas.edu
 
Accessible Seating Contact
Jeff Taylor
Office of Academic Success
972-721-5385
jtaylor@udallas.edu 

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