Neuhoff School of Ministry Alumni

Stay engaged with the Neuhoff School of Ministry family.

Whether you graduated from our master's degree programs or our continuing education programs, you are an important part of the Neuhoff School of Ministry family! We encourage you to stay engaged with your fellow alumni and SOM, as well as the University of Dallas, by attending alumni events, including our annual alumni reunion where we honor two distinguished SOM alumni.

Neuhoff School of Ministry Alumni Reunion

Each year before the Landregan Lecture, the Neuhoff School of Ministry hosts an annual alumni reunion. We encourage all Neuhoff School of Ministry alumni, both from our graduate programs and from our Catholic Biblical School and other continuing education programs, to attend. This is a great opportunity to reunite with classmates, network with alumni you have never met, and discover how the Neuhoff School of Ministry is positively impacting the Church of North Texas and beyond!

UD Alumni Relations

As a Neuhoff School of Ministry alum, you are an integral part of the University of Dallas alumni community. Keep up to date with the university-wide alumni events here.

Distinguished Alumni

Each year, the Neuhoff School of Ministry honors two distinguished alumni, awarding the Lumen Gentium Award and Dei Verbum Award. Read about our distinguished alumni award winners.

Get Involved!

Interested in building community among Neuhoff School of Ministry alumni? Whether you would like to help plan a Neuhoff School of Ministry alumni event, recruit new students or nominate an alum for the Distinguished Alumni awards, we would love to hear your ideas. Please email us at ministryevents@udallas.edu and we will get back to you! Our alumni are a vital part of the work we do. We are open to suggestions! You can also visit the UD Alumni Relations website to find out more about how you can get involved with university-wide alumni relations.

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