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Seek Wisdom. Live Abundantly.

In a culture too often marked by isolation, despair and triviality, the University of Dallas stands apart as a nurturer of lifelong friendships, joyful faith and rigorous learning. From our undergraduate Core Curriculum to our graduate and professional programs, all are welcome on our quest for truth, wisdom and virtue.

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The Best of Both Worlds

Irving, TXRome
Aubrey Wieberg
Edisson Ramos
Mary Hochberg
Kevin Roberts
Shelly Groves Brandon, DBA '22
Matt Mehan
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, MTS ’00
Emmet Flood
Irvin Ashford
William Bennett
Yeabkal Wubshit
Libby Regnerus
Isaac Hellerman
Aubrey Wieberg ’24 | Truman Scholar

“It was really my professor’s guidance and mentorship that inspired me to be involved in my community and have that love for public service.”

Faith and Service
Edisson Ramos, BA ’20 | First-Gen Grad, Texas Business Hall of Fame Honoree

“We’re just a family here. When you walk down the Mall, you know a lot of faces.”

Life at Сʪ
Mary Hochberg, BA & BS ’23 | Publications Fellow, National Catholic Bioethics Center

“Philosophy has helped me to better approach questions and apply them to my understanding of chemistry.”

The Core Curriculum
Kevin Roberts | President, Heritage Foundation | UD Parent

“We need bold, cheerful institutions that will stand up for the truth with smiles on the faces of the people who are there, and that’s what I see every time my daughter comes home.”

Our Mission
Shelly Groves Brandon, DBA ’22 | Executive Director, James P. Allison Institute, MD Anderson Cancer Center

“Whatever I was learning in the program, I was applying at work.”

Business Programs
Matthew Mehan, BA ’00 MA ’10 PhD ’14 | Assistant Professor, Hillsdale College

“The Сʪ is the finest continuation of the Catholic tradition of university education in the West.”

Graduate and Doctoral Programs
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, MTS ’00 | Author, Evangelist

“I am incredibly grateful for the education I received through the hard work, zeal and dedication of the faculty and staff at the Сʪ.”

Graduate Ministry
Emmet Flood, PhD, BA ’78 | Three-Time Counsel to the President of the United States

“Your UD education [has] armed you with habits of mind and character that are authoritative and inspiring, that demand obedience from you, and in that obedience, free you to struggle mightily to attain the Good.”

Irvin Ashford, MBA ’00 | Chief Community Officer, Comerica Bank

“In my role at Comerica Bank and in life, I have the constant opportunity to help people be successful. I use my MBA every day.”

Business Programs
Bill Bennett, BS ’20 | PhD (cand.), Aerospace Engineering, Notre Dame

“I learned a great deal about responsibility, charity and leadership from being a part of the rugby team.”

Clubs and Organizations
Yeakal Wubshit, BS ’20 | Software Engineer, Google

“UD was a great journey that significantly and positively shaped my personal, spiritual and academic character.”

Libby Regnerus, BA ’22 | Fellow, The Center for Bioethics and Culture; Doctoral Student, Baylor

“When I saw the quality of friendship, intellectual curiosity and vibrancy of faith that students so clearly displayed, I was immediately confident that Сʪ was where God wanted me.”

Isaac Hellerman, BS ’23 | Putnam Math Exam Prizewinner | Doctoral Student, University of Texas

“The math program and the Core Curriculum are just a good combination.”

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With campuses in Texas and Rome, UD students, alumni and faculty join a special community where the search for truth is prompted by the certainty of knowing the source of truth, Jesus Christ. UD’s classical liberal arts education fosters the recovery and renewal of the Western intellectual tradition while our professional programs prepare our students to fully live out their calling.

Career Support
99 %

Percentage of the Class of 2023 employed or enrolled in continued education within six months of commencement.

Top 10

Happiest campuses in the country, according to the Princeton Review.

'A' Rating

UD is the only member of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities to require coursework in all seven subjects charted by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.