Application Information

Apply to the Summer Rome Program. 

Application, Registration, Health and Final Packet Materials will be found below. Many of the documents are online forms. If you have any questions please contact the office at (972) 721-5181 or

UD applicants must have fulfilled the minimum academic requirements including a 2.5 cumulative grade point average and be in good academic standing. Students who are not matriculated at the University of Dallas must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average at their home institution. Good health and maturity is also expected. It is important that students be prepared for two months overseas in an intense program that is physically, socially and academically challenging. Health and student life histories are reviewed in light of these concerns.

Application Materials

IMPORTANT: Please submit the Online Application immediately so that we can properly file your supporting documents when they arrive. All applicable items must be submitted for your application to be complete.

Applications completed in full, meaning all parts of an application have been received, by January 16, 2018 will qualify for a $1000 discount off the program fees. After January 16 applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program is full and must pay the full program price $5990.

You may upload your essay, passport copy and recent photo to your actual online application. If you do not upload your documents you may email them  to Dean certification forms may also be emailed or faxed to our office at or (972) 721-5283. Please note that official transcripts are the only document that must be mailed to the University of Dallas Rome & Summer Programs Office, 1845 E Northgate Dr, Irving, TX 75062.

Current UD Students

Please apply using the UD student summer Rome application.

Non-UD Students 

Please apply using the Non-UD student summer Rome application. 

Additionally, please submit:

  • An Essay explaining why you seek these courses at the University of Dallas
  • Official College transcript(s) and Official High School transcript if less than 30 hours on your college transcript.
  • Dean certification form

Once your application is complete we will seek verification from your home University regarding your academic qualifications and social maturity. 

All Applicants

 All student applicants must submit:

  • Medical form
  • Release form
  • Photocopy of information page of passport valid until January 2019 (If you do not have a passport please apply for one immediately. We will review your application while you await the arrival of your passport.) APPLY NOW. Passports can take up to six weeks to process. For information on how to apply for or renew a passport, visit:

Registration Materials

Once accepted to the program, registration forms must be submitted to register for courses. Be sure to complete the following steps by March 20, 2018. 

  1. Register for classes.
  2. Submit your program registration form.
  3. Submit the FERPA Release
  4. Submit the flight form
  5. Submit your roommate request
  6. Review your insurance options.
  7. Submit the following health forms if necessary:

Prepare for your journey. 

We invite you to read and utilize the following resources prior to departing for Rome. Questions? Don't hesitate to contact us. 


Rome & the Catholic Church First Week in Rome

Rome & the Catholic Church First Week in Rome

After almost a week in Rome the Rome & the Catholic Church program participants have visited many monumental sites in the eternal city including: St. Peter's Basilica, San Clemente, the Colosseum and the Vatican Observatory in Castel Gandolfo.

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High School Summer Programs Arrive in Rome

High School Summer Programs Arrive in Rome

The University of Dallas welcomed 52 high school scholars to our Rome campus today to participate in one of three high school study abroad programs: Latin in Rome, Rome & the Catholic Church and Shakespeare in Italy.

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Spring 2018 Final Group Trip and Retreats

Spring 2018 Final Group Trip and Retreats

As the spring Rome semester winds to a close the Romers took their last class trip to Northern Italy to see the sites of Venice and Florence and also got to participate in several silent religious retreats to enhance the spiritual journey of their Rome experience.

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