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Facts at a Glance

A snapshot of the University of Dallas

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  • A private, Catholic, co-educational, liberal arts university founded in 1956

  • One of only 23 Catholic universities in the nation to earn a Phi Beta Kappa chapter

  • Located in Irving, Texas (population: 240,373), on the northwest boundary of Dallas; 10 miles from DFW International Airport, 10 miles from Dallas Love Field and 15 minutes from downtown Dallas

  • Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

  • Enrollment Fall 2020 - 1,447 undergraduate; 1,042 graduate

  • Undergraduate Students - From 45 states and 17 countries; 36% minority; 74% Catholic

  • Graduate Students - From 43 states and 24 countries; 41% minority; 36% Catholic

  • Academic Profile Freshmen 2020 - Average SAT of 1236, ACT of 27    

  • Undergraduate & Graduate Faculty - 150 full-time; approximately 91% hold a doctorate or highest degree in their field

  • Undergraduate Student/Faculty Ratio - 11:1

  • Average Class Size - 19 in the undergraduate program, 10 in Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business graduate programs, 10 in the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts and 7 in the Neuhoff School of Ministry

  • Degrees Offered - B.A., B.S., M.A., MBA, M.C.S.L., M.C.S.T., M.F.A., M.P.M., M.R.E., M.S., M.T.S., Ph.D., DBA

News

You Can Do WHAT With a (Psychology) Degree?

“People ask me, ‘Do you wish you had gotten a degree in human resources instead of psychology?’, and my answer is ‘No,’” said Trustee Julie Weber, BA ’91, who took her psychology degree from UD to become the VP and Chief of People at Southwest Airlines.

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