Where to Give

Where to Give

Your financial support ensures that UD’s tradition of academic excellence and commitment to the Catholic tradition can flourish and continue to produce conscientious leaders who positively impact the world.

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COR Fund

The Cor Fund relieves the University's dependence on tuition to meet operating costs. Currently, tuition revenue only covers 72% of the operating budget of the University. As our enrollment continues to grow and our academic programs continue to excel, we are committed to providing a transformational education experience for each and every student.

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Colleges & Schools

The colleges and schools of University of Dallas each have their own goals and objectives that help them carry out UD's mission and vision.

Learn more about how you can support our Colleges & Schools »

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Faculty Support

Gifts designated for faculty support are used to increase salaries, fund research and provide professional development opportunities for our world-renowned faculty.

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The cost of higher education represents one of the largest single investments a family or individual will make in a lifetime. As a result, most students need some form of financial aid, a combination of grant and loan, to finance their study.

Learn more about how you can support our students through a Scholarship. »

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William A. Blakely Library

Established in 1962, the Library has approximately 300,000 volumes, including circulating books, serials, and special collections. Students, faculty, and staff have access to more than 100 databases and 84,000 online publications.

Learn more about how you can invest in the William A. Blakley Library. »

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Special Programs

Some alumni, parents, or friends choose to designate their gift to a special project or campaign. Donating to special campaigns help the University in a direct way.

Learn more about our Special Programs »

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Rome Program

Recognized by the UD community as one of the most essential parts of the UD education, the Rome Program is also one of the best areas to support.

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Politics Ph.D. Student Presents at Graduate Conference, Attends Lincoln Seminar

Had Pavlos Papadopoulos, PhD '16, not decided to pursue his doctorate in politics through the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts' Institute of Philosophic Studies, he likely would have delved into the world of foreign policy, foreign affairs and think tanks. As it is, he is planting firm roots in the academic world, from presenting at the Texas Graduate Symposium in the Liberal Arts to attending a seminar on Abraham Lincoln in New York City.

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