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Our admission counselors and staff look forward to guiding you through the college admission process. You can find your counselor by scrolling down and selecting the counselor assigned to your area or program of interest. 

Counselors are assigned according to the first letter of your last name. Please feel free to contact us with any questions -- we're here to help!

Rebecca Almanza

Rebecca Almanza

Admissions Counselor

Last Name (Surname) Beginning with A-C, Corporate Partnerships

Phone: 972.721.5100

Email: ralmanza@udallas.edu


Ryann Handy HeadshotRyann Handy

Admissions Counselor

Last Name (Surname) Beginning with D-N, Academic Partnerships

Phone: 972.721.5232

Email: rhandy@udallas.edu


Anthony Pulido

Anthony Pulido

Admissions Counselor

Last Name (Surname) Beginning with O-Z, DBA Program

Phone: 972.721.4143

Email: aapulido@udallas.edu

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University of Dallas
SB Hall
2925 Gorman Drive
Irving, Texas 75062
(972) 721-5004 or (800) 832-5622

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