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Understanding the Cost of UD

Rigorous and affordable.

As national rankings have recognized, the Сʪ yields top value for students seeking a rigorous liberal arts education. Compared to other regional universities in the American West, UD offers unmatched academic quality at one of the most affordable costs.

Last year,

98%

of first-year students received scholarships and/or grants directly from the University of Dallas.

For 2023-24,

$29,500

is the average tuition and housing-and-food cost after scholarships and grants to first-year students.


New Family Grant For Freshmen

First-year students admitted to UD who have one or more siblings already in college are eligible for the grant, regardless of their families’ income or where their siblings are attending college.

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2024–2025 Undergraduate Costs

*Does not include a one-time orientation fee.

The Сʪ offers a comprehensive financial aid program that includes need-based aid, scholarships, federal work-study and other forms of financial assistance. Individual adjustments may be made for insurance, lab fees, loan fees, or dependent care upon request. Contact your financial aid counselor.

Visit our Net Price Calculator to estimate your actual cost to attend UD. 

Cost of Attendance for the 2024-25 academic year

  On-campus Off-campus At Home
Tuition $50,140  $50,140  $50,140 
Fees* $3,790 $3,790 $3,790
Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment $1,000 $1,000 $1,000
Housing $7,940 $7,490 $3,217
Food $7,070 $2,909 $2,028
Transportation $2,000 $3,963 $4,484
Personal Expenses $905 $968 $968
Total $72,845 $70,260 $65,627

Tuition & Fees

The average cost of tuition and fees for a typical student based on enrolling full-time per year. The actual costs that a student incurs will vary depending on the student's degree or certificate program. *The fees do not include the insurance if you choose to participate in the insurance program offered through UD. It also does not include lab fees ($20-$100), the Payment Plan fee ($60), or the orientation fee ($175).

 

Books, Course Materials, Supplies and Equipment

The average cost of books, course materials, supplies and equipment for a typical student for the year.

Transportation

The average cost of transportation between campus, residencies and place of work for a typical student for the year.

Miscellaneous Personal Expenses

The average personal expenses (does not include housing or food) of a student living on campus at least on a half time basis.

Housing and Food (Living Expenses)

A reasonable estimate of what it would cost to live in Irving, Texas, while attending school. Actual costs may vary by individual choices related to location and circumstances.