Neuhoff School of Ministry Tours Application

Application Instructions

  1. Submit the online application, a copy of your passport, registration form and $500 program deposit to University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry Office, 1845 E Northgate Dr, Irving, TX 75062, or payment can be made online. You must receive login credentials to pay online from Debbie Sargo at dsargo@udallas.edu or (972) 265-5809. 
  2. Once your application is confirmed, submit the online health form, online release form and your flight itinerary to complete your registration. Students are asked to delay purchase of airline tickets until February 15, 2017. Information and guidelines for making your flight arrangements will be made available after that date.

Questions may be directed to Debbie Sargo at dsargo@udallas.edu or (972) 265-5809.

 
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