Yearbook Form

Yearbook

The University of Dallas provides a Crusader yearbook to every UD undergraduate student. The yearbook fee posted on the student account allows the student to receive the current yearbook at the beginning of the following school year.

The yearbook fee is $75.00

This charge applies only to the Fall semester and is automatically placed on all undergraduate student accounts.

The yearbook fee is optional, and can be waived by filling out the form at this link:

The deadline to waive the yearbook fee is September 13, 2019.

If the fee has been waived, it can be reapplied to the account by emailing the Business Office at bursar@udallas.edu . After the September 13th deadline, however, the fee cannot be reapplied to the account. 

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