Group Visits

Group Visits

Group visits are offered Monday through Friday* from 9am to 3pm to students in grades 10 through 12. Maximum group size is 40 students. A group visit is approximately two hours and includes a presentation given by an admission counselor and a guided walking tour of campus. Please inform the Campus Visit Coordinator if you require accommodations for a physical disability or any other special requests regarding the walking tour. 

High school counselors or teachers interested in bringing a group of students to visit campus should contact our Campus Visit Coordinator, Amanda Martinez, at aemartinez@udallas.edu or 972-721-5266. We ask that you please request your visit at least three weeks in advance. 

*During the months of October and April, we are unable to accommodate any group visits. No senior visits after March 1 of an academic year. 

Lunch on Campus

Groups are welcome to dine on campus, however, the Office of Undergraduate Admission is unable to provide meals. If you are interested in eating lunch on campus, whether you plan on purchasing lunch ahead of time or paying cash at the counter, please contact catering@udallas.edu.

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