From packing to computers to work study, there's a lot to think about once your paperwork is complete. Make sure that you are 'in the know'!
Supplies & Gear
Questions about what you need to pack? Our Supplies and Gear page provides information about what's necessary for Residence Hall life at UD and what's not.
Are you flying to DFW, but have too many things to carry with you? New students may ship boxes to campus in advance to pick up when they arrive. Just be sure to head down to the Printing and Postal Office located in the basement of the Haggar University Center once you arrive, and ask for the packages in your name. Be prepared to show your University of Dallas Student ID card. The address is:
University of Dallas Box # 991
1845 E. Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062-4736
Lodging for Out-of-Towners
Several area hotels offer special rates to UD families and guests. Check out our Hotels webpage for a listing of hotels, their rates, and contact information. Please note that some of the hotel information may not be current. We recommend calling the hotel to verify current rates.
Students are welcome to have their own vehicle and park it on campus. However, students must purchase a Parking Permit through the University of Dallas Police on-line. (To purchase and register a vehicle; go HERE) Pay for a Parking Permit with a Credit Card, then pick up the Permit from the University Police Department in Haggar during normal business hours from 8 am – 5 pm Monday thru Friday.
University of Dallas parking policies are available HERE. Vehicles must be in operating condition with current state registrations, inspections and tags in order to be registered on campus. Students will be ticketed if parked in a Visitor Space.
An Important Message from University of Dallas Police
The University has implemented an emergency notification system that sends voicemails, text messages and e-mails to students, faculty and Staff in the event of an emergency. Members of the UD community are able to quickly receive notifications, instructions and updates during campus emergencies, ranging from weather-related closings to unique emergency situations where time is of the essence. You are strongly urged to visit the UD Web site and logon to BannerWeb HERE to provide your CELL PHONE, E-MAIL and other vital emergency contact information. The notification system is only as useful as the contact information people provide.
Students without personal vehicles have the option of using the public transportation system. The DART system (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) has a bus route with a stop at our campus. The DART system includes:
You can check out the DART schedules HERE. Full-time students can also apply for a DART college student id which gives them access to reduced fares. More information about this as well as the enrollment form can be found HERE.
Keep up with DART service information.
Students are welcome to bring their own computers with them. For more information about computers on campus, internet connections, printing on campus and more, please visit the Academic Information Systems web page HERE. UD email login instructions are available HERE.
An Accounts Receivable Specialist in Student Account Services can help make arrangements for tuition management, help settle your balance, or address any questions you may have concerning your latest statement. Please call 972-721-5144 or email the email@example.com.
The Office of Finance cannot accept third-party checks. We are not affiliated with any bank and do not provide checking or savings account services and other bank specific services. There is a generic ATM machine located in the Haggar University Center, near the bookstore. This machine is not affiliated with any specific bank so a service fee is charged.
Admissions or Financial Aid
If you have questions about Admissions or Financial Aid, please e-mail the Admissions Office firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to a counselor by calling toll free 1-800-628-6999. You can e-mail the Financial Aid Office directly by e-mailing email@example.com.
Thinking about a job on campus?* Contact the Office of Human Resources for details. Don't forget to bring your passport OR your License and your Social Security card with you to campus. You CANNOT get a job without them.
*Federal Employment Law requires that all employees present original identification and employment eligibility documents. Copies are not permitted by law.
If you are wondering which classes you should take, or have questions about degree plans or your faculty advisor, the Office of the Dean of Constantin College will have an answer for you. You may call that office at 972-721-5108.