School Overview




Founded in 1956, the University of Dallas has spent that last half a century providing students with the education they need to succeed in the working world, as well as instilling Catholic traditions and faith into all aspects of the campus.

Academics at University of Dallas include everything from Economics to Biochemistry, along with a number of religion-based fields such as Theology or Christian Contemplative Tradition. Undergraduate and graduate degrees are offered, as is an adult continuing education series of lectures.

Student life is much like what you would find on a traditional college campus, but many organizations operate with the goal of including Catholic values in everything they do. The Eucharist-centered campus ministry is also available to provide religious services to students, as well as a number of fun gatherings and events.

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Offices/Locations (1)

  • Main Campus

    1845 East Northgate Drive


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