Fall Reading Day
Mid-semester Exam Period
AlcoholEdu Part 2 Deadline (for freshmen/transfers)
Last Day to Withdraw from Classes
Early Spring Class Registration
Spring Housing Registration Week
Thanksgiving Holidays - Halls Open
(Tuesday, November 20: last meal served at lunch; Sunday, November 25: food service resumes at dinner)
West Nile Virus Information
Student Health 101
Flu season is almost here. Remind your student to get a flu shot soon.
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Howdy! It was amazing to greet parents, grandparents and siblings who were on campus attending this year's Alumni Reunion and Family Weekend. Despite the soggy but much needed rain, the campus was buzzing with family members spending time with their students, meeting alumni and experiencing the exciting weekend events including a Bell Tower BBQ dinner, attending class with students and a wonderful student talent show.
Mid-semester exams are right around the corner and with them brings a lot of stress and anxiety for college students. This issue of the newsletter contains a lot of information that parents can pass on to their students as they start to tackle their upcoming exams.
Assistant Director of Student and Parent Services
Strategies for Success at UD Did you know that the University of Dallas has over 200 hours of free tutoring, a writing lab open six days a week and a full-time Academic Success Office dedicated to maximizing student success? More importantly, does your son or daughter know? Read more....
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"Who Do You Say That I Am?" (Mk.8:27-35) was the theme for this year's Freshman Retreat in Dallas at the Catholic Conference and Formation Center. For two full days, upperclassmen and freshmen bonded through praise, worship, meals and games. To read Brandon Ashton's refection of the spiritual weekend, click here.
Going off to college for the first time can be a daunting ordeal for many students. Leaving home, being away from family and friends and sharing a room with someone you have never met before all seem like a lot to deal with. In addition to those stressors, your student now needs to find the time and motivation to study and pass college classes.
Click here for 10 study tips your student can use to manage new life in college.