Your financial support ensures that UD's tradition of academic excellence and commitment to the Catholic tradition can flourish and continue to produce conscientious leaders who make a positive impact in the world. We appreciate the generous support of our donors.
We encourage you to give to the Cor Fund, the heart of our university. One-time gifts, gift pledges and recurring gifts are all welcomed.
One-Time or Recurring Giving
Each individual gift, regardless of size, has an immediate and tangible impact on our students and faculty.
Planned gifts allow donors to create a lasting legacy that will enable future generations to flourish in the pursuit of truth and virtue.
Five-year pledges are the preferred giving method for UD friends and alumni because they offer steady support for the ongoing and vital efforts of the university.
Call UD at 972-721-5134 to make a gift by phone. Our offices are open Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Make your check payable to the University of Dallas and send to:
University of Dallas
Office of University Advancement
1845 E. Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062
If you choose to designate your gift, be sure to note your designation in the "memo" line of the check.
Stocks & Securities
Please contact Kris Muñoz Vetter, Vice President for Advancement, at 972-721-5149 or firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you are transferring appreciated securities.
To transfer securities directly to the University of Dallas, please send them to:
Brokerage Firm: Merrill Lynch
Account Number: 542-04293
DTC Number: 8862
Reference: Gift from [Donor’s Name] to University of Dallas
Tax ID#: 75-0926755
Please contact Kris Munoz Vetter, Vice President for Advancement, at email@example.com for instructions on how to make a wire transfer.
Qualified Charitable Distributions
If you are at least 70½ years old, you are eligible to make a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from a traditional or Roth IRA. Distributions made directly to UD offer a smart, tax advantaged option to support the University's mission.