Registration Instructions

Are you ready to embark on a journey of faith? Registration is open.

Step 1: Select your program of interest for cost & registration deadlines:

Catholic Biblical School & Escuela Bíblica Católica 

  • Annual Early Bird Registration for onsite classes only: $620 (Deadline: May 31)
  • Annual Regular Registration: $655 Registration Deadline: First Day of Class
  • Online Class $745 Registration Deadline -Aug. 15
  • Module Registration: $255
    • Module Registration Deadlines:
        • Fall: Sept. 1
        • Winter: Nov. 15
        • Spring: Feb. 15

Certificate in Pastoral Ministry

  • Members of parishes belonging to the Diocese of Dallas receive a special rate at $50/ class.
  •  $275 annual course fee for registering for one site  
  • From a different diocese?  We'd like to partner with you! Classes are open to all at a rate of $100/class until then. 
  • Registration Deadline: First Day of Class

Certificado en Teología Pastoral

  • Annual Regular Registration $745
  • Semester rate $455
  • Registration Deadline Aug. 15 

Deacon Formation

Contact your local diocese to inquire about cost and registration. 

Teología del Cuerpo Online

  • Annual Regular Registration: $490  
  • Registration Deadline: Aug. 15

Step 2: Register online for your courses here>>

Questions about how to register? Watch these video tutorials, or contact us at 972-721-4118 or ministry@udallas.edu

Spanish language registration video tutorial:

English language registration video tutorial:

 

Step 3: Visit the Student Resources page.

Find out more details on the books needed for your course, how to order your books, how to complete your summer assignment, etc.


Note:

  • Course fees are non-refundable and do not include books. 
  • Online Students: An additional Technology Fee ($90.00) is due at the time of registration. This fee covers the 24/7 technology service you receive when taking an online class.
    • Deadline to register for online classes is August 15

News

Meet the Class of 2021: Seasoned Traveler, Volunteer Will Teach

None of his four older siblings went to college, and Daniel Bishop, BA '21, has been working in the ticket office at the Perot Museum for the past couple of years since graduating from high school. Finally reaching the conclusion that anything he really wanted to do with his life would require more formal schooling, he began looking at his options; immediately, UD's website caught his eye.

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