The University of Dallas established the Due Santi Society in 2007 to recognize the extraordinary generosity of alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends who have thoughtfully provided for the university through their financial and estate plans. A planned gift ensures the continuing availability of resources, and the entire UD community gratefully acknowledges the vision of those who recognize the importance of investing in education in perpetuity. We also understand that estate planning is an ongoing process as tax implications shift and change – along with personal financial priorities and specific philanthropic interests.
Estate planning information provided to the university will be kept confidential to the extent the benefactor wishes, and your recognition in the Due Santi Society may be anonymous. When you have completed your estate plan and arranged for your gift to UD, simply inform us in writing that UD has been included in your estate plans. Documentation of your planned gift is very important and much appreciated.
“Due Santi,” our pastoral European campus (officially the Eugene Constantin Campus), is nestled in the lush, rolling countryside outside Rome, Italy – and our planned giving society shares the name of this idyllic location – honoring Saints Peter and Paul.
These serene, secluded surroundings at the foot of the Alban Hills near Castel Gandolfo, the Holy Father’s summer residence, provide a comfortable environment for study and contemplation – against the vivid backdrop of rich cultural resources available just a short bus ride away in the magnificent “Eternal City.”
Your membership involves no dues, obligations, or solicitations, it does allow us to thank you and recognize you for the plans you have made. Your generosity may inspire others to do the same.