Neuhoff School of Ministry Tours Documents

Prepare for your pilgrimage.

Application and registration materials for the Neuhoff Summer Rome Program and the Holy Land Tour can be found below. All documents can be mailed to the University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry Office, 1845 E Northgate Dr, Irving, TX 75062.

Neuhoff Summer Rome Program Documents

Holy Land Tour Documents

Personal academic expenses, travel/ medical insurance and drinks during meals are NOT INLCLUDED. 
$500 non-refundable deposit due Feb. 15, 2018. All fees are non-refundable after March 1, 2018.  

Flight Information: Students are asked to delay purchase of airline tickets until February 15, 2018. Information and guidelines for making your flight arrangements will be available after that date.


 

Questions? Don't hesitate to contact us.

Sheri CollierNeuhoff Summer Rome Program

Sheri Collier
scollier@udallas.edu
972-265-5814 

Melissa Hernandez

Holy Land Tour

Melissa Hernandez
mahernandez@udallas.edu
972-721-4118

 

 

 

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