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By the numbers

Undergraduate Enrollment 1,475
In-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted) $42,680 PER YR.*
Out-of-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted) $42,680 PER YR.*
Yearly Room and Board $7,001+
% of Students on Financial Aid 92
Median SAT/ACT 1253/27 (MEAN)
% of African American Students 2.2
% of Asian American Students 6.6
% of Hispanic Students 24
% of International Students 3.3
Student/Teacher Ratio 11:1
Number of Full-time Faculty 140
% of Male/% of Female Students 47/53
Greek System? NO
% of Freshmen Who Live on Campus 60
% of Students Who Graduate in Four Years 60
% of Students Who Graduate Overall 65
% of Freshmen Who Return 85
% Of Alumni Who Give $$$ to School N/A

* Tuition based on 12- to 18-hour semester

University of Dallas

Team Name:

Crusaders

Address:

1845 East Northgate Dr., Irving, TX 75062

Web:

udallas.edu

Phone:

972-721-5266

Facebook:

UDallas

Twitter:

@UofDallas

POINTS OF DISTINCTION

  • Students participate in more than fifty clubs and organizations or relax on the campus mall, where live concerts and other events unite the campus community.
  • The semester-long Rome Program, a life-changing experience by many students’ accounts, is an extension of the university’s Core curriculum in which undergraduates attend classes on UD’s fourteen-acre Eugene Constantin Campus near Rome and experience firsthand the roots of Western culture.
  • UD also holds the world’s second-largest Groundhog Day celebration. For more than 55 years, the event is filled with activities on campus and culminates with a live concert and bonfire on Saturday night. The event brings in hundreds of alumni and guests from all over the world.

THE 1,471 UNDERGRADUATES at the University of Dallas (UD) are known for enthusiasm and dedication to academics. The Catholic school’s nationally recognized Core curriculum, combining a variety of nineteen challenging liberal arts courses rooted in the Western tradition, provides all students with a common foundation for furthering their studies in one or more thirty majors. This creates a rigorous academic plan, emphasizing the critical-thinking skills needed for lasting success.

UD believes that a liberal arts education is best nurtured when students live and study together. Most students under the age of 21 are required to live on the Irving campus in one of eight residence halls or apartment complexes. UD students often hang out in the Rathskeller (the “Rat”) or the Cappuccino Bar, cheer for one of UD’s fifteen NCAA Division III athletic teams, or participate in intramural and recreational activities like rugby or swing dancing. In Dallas, students have access to an abundance of restaurants, museums, and other entertainment options—all just a short ride away by light rail or a fifteen-minute drive from campus.

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