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The reasons we give are deeply personal. The benefits are profoundly communal.

Memorable moments on campus, favorite professors or lifelong friendships might motivate you. Perhaps it’s gratitude for a scholarship that helped you stay, or a project that helped you discern your calling. You might simply be inspired by the ideals of higher education in the Catholic intellectual tradition.

Whatever your personal motivation, your giving has an impact on a large (and growing) yet closely-knit family of learners connected across time and distance.

Your gifts are an investment in the lives and futures of this community — a reaffirmation of our identity and our commitment to prepare students to live, work, and influence a complex future with an education based on timeless principles.

COR FUND

The Cor Fund is the life blood of the University of Dallas. It supports our students and our faculty, enabling UD to foster lives of freedom, grounded in truth and steeped in the wisdom of the Catholic intellectual tradition.

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ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

The gift of an endowed scholarship is a gift that will make a significant impact now — and for generations to come — in the lives of our students.

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FIVE YEAR PLEDGE

Providing thoughtful and steady support to the ongoing work of our faculty and the education of our students.

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PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY

The University of Dallas relies on a strong tradition of transformational giving to support scholarships, the endowment, academic resources, and faculty initiatives that enable UD to serve as an incomparable center of knowledge for future generations.

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ALUMNI COMMUNITY

Engage with alumni — across years and miles — through events and shared experiences like Alumni and Family Weekend, Distinguished Alumni Awards, UD Book Club and EnCore Lectures.

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Alumni News

Cor Challenge

COR CHALLENGE BREAKS RECORDS IN DONORS, DOLLARS

The 2020 Cor Challenge, which ran Feb. 11 - 15, was the most successful Cor Challenge ever in terms of both number of donors and dollars received. With 732 donors (a 3.8% increase over 2019), it raised a total of $200,185 (a 7.4% increase over 2019). READ MORE

Economics Professor Leads Academic-Community Partnership

Last fall, Crossroads Community Services received the BUILD Health Challenge award to advance affordable nutrition and health services in low-income communities. Along with several Dallas-area health care services, the University of Dallas has supported this project, with Associate Professor of Economics Tammy Leonard, Ph.D., at the movement's helm.

Crusaders for Life Represents UD at National March for Life

The annual National March for Life took place in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 24 -- and for the first time, Crusaders for Life -- UD's largest student organization -- represented the university there in an official capacity. Forty students, including 25 freshmen, made the trip.

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Alumni Events

Excellence in Education Conference

03.07.20 | EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION CONFERENCE

The University of Dallas Education Department is pleased to announce its third Excellence in Education Conference to be held on the UD campus on March 7, 2020. The main aim of the conference is to bring scholars, researchers, educators, pre-service teachers, professionals and other groups interested in teacher education to discuss, present, and/or access topics in the educational sciences. LEARN MORE
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