Crusader Connect Login Instructions

How to Log In to Crusader Connect

Step 1: Click on the Crusader Connect login link: 
orgsync.com/login/university-of-dallas

If you see the option that asks you to Choose Your Community, you will need to find the University of Dallas in the drop down menu.

Step 2: Log in using your UD credentials

Your login information is the same information that you use to log on to the UDAir-Hotspot or any campus computer.

For most students it will be:

  • Username: your first initial followed by your last name
  • Password:  your entire student ID number (for some students it may be the last 7 digits)

Example:
username: Charlie Brown = cbrown
password: 900123456

Step 3: Register

If you are a first-time user, you will need to set up your profile before proceeding to the Crusader Connect homepage. Once you have registered, you will be able to connect with every club and student organization at UD!

 

Trouble logging in? Contact Student Activities at studentactivities@udallas.edu or 972-721-5273, or stop by the SALC for assistance.

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