The gift of an endowed scholarship is a gift that will make a significant impact now — and for generations to come — in the lives of our students.
Memorable moments on campus, favorite professors or lifelong friendships might motivate you. Perhaps it’s gratitude for a scholarship that helped you stay, or a project that helped you discern your calling. You might simply be inspired by the ideals of higher education in the Catholic intellectual tradition.
Whatever your personal motivation, your giving has an impact on a large (and growing) yet closely-knit family of learners connected across time and distance.
Your gifts are an investment in the lives and futures of this community — a reaffirmation of our identity and our commitment to prepare students to live, work, and influence a complex future with an education based on timeless principles.
The Cor Fund is the life blood of the University of Dallas. It supports our students and our faculty, enabling UD to foster lives of freedom, grounded in truth and steeped in the wisdom of the Catholic intellectual tradition.
The University of Dallas relies on a strong tradition of transformational giving to support scholarships, the endowment, academic resources, and faculty initiatives that enable UD to serve as an incomparable center of knowledge for future generations.
Engage with alumni — across years and miles — through events and shared experiences like Alumni and Family Weekend, Distinguished Alumni Awards, UD Book Club and EnCore Lectures.
University of Dallas President and Provost Jonathan J. Sanford, Ph.D., announced the appointment of Philip Harold, Ph.D., as the new dean of Constantin College of Liberal Arts effective July 1.
For the past 16 years, Monsignor Thomas Fucinaro has served as chaplain on the University of Dallas’ Eugene Constantin Campus (affectionately known as Due Santi) just...
Nestled in the wooded foothills of Irving, Texas, an unassuming Marian shrine welcomes faithful passersby and prayerful visitors at all times of the day and...
Join us for a virtual faculty panel honoring the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Assistant Professor of Theology Sister Mary Angelica, Chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Literature Jose Espericueta, Ph.D., and Coordinator of Spanish Language Programs and Instructor of Catholic Biblical School for the Neuhoff Institute Pia Septien will be presenting on Mary and her significance to UD and the Catholic Church.
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