Registration Instructions

Are you ready to embark on a journey of faith? 

 

Step 1: Select your program of interest for cost & registration deadlines:

Catholic Biblical School & Escuela Bíblica Católica 

  • Module Registration: $255
  • Module Registration Deadlines:
      • Fall: Aug. 27
      • Winter: Nov. 12
      • Spring: Feb. 11 
  • Regular annual Registration: $655 (3 modules) June 1-Sept 1. 
  • Online Class $745 Registration Deadline -Aug. 15, 2018

Certificate of Pastoral Ministry/ Certificado en Ministerio Pastoral 

  • Members of parishes belonging to the Diocese of Dallas receive a special rate at $50/ class. 
  • From a different diocese?  We'd like to partner with you! Classes are open to all at a rate of $100/class until then. Please call 972-721-4118 to register if you are not a member of the Diocese of Dallas
  • Registration Deadline: First Day of Class

Certificado en Teología Pastoral

  • Inscripcion anual $745
  • Quota por semestre $455
  • Fecha limite para el otoño - Aug. 15
  • Fecha limite para la primavera - Dec. 19

Deacon Formation

Contact your local diocese to inquire about cost and registration. 

Teología del Cuerpo Online

  • Annual Regular Registration: $490  
  • Registration Deadline: Aug. 15 

Step 2: Register online for your courses here>>

Questions about how to register? Watch these video tutorials, or contact us at 972-721-4118 or ministry@udallas.edu

Spanish language registration video tutorial:

English language registration video tutorial:

 

Step 3: Visit the Student Resources page.

Find out more details on the books needed for your course, how to order your books, how to complete your summer assignment, etc.


Note:

  • Course fees are non-refundable and do not include books. 
  • Online Students: An additional Technology Fee ($90.00) is due at the time of registration. This fee covers the 24/7 technology service you receive when taking an online class.
    • Deadline to register for online classes is August 15

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