The Financial Aid Office is currently suspending in-person meetings with students. However, we will be available by email to continue to serve your needs. You may also leave phone messages for staff and they will be returned as soon as possible. Please click HERE to find your Financial Aid Counselor and their contact information.
Prospective or newly admitted students for 2020-21, please contact your Admission Counselor if you have questions about Financial Aid.
A college degree is an important investment in your future, but learning how to finance that degree can be challenging. UD's Office of Financial Aid works to help students and families make paying for college accessible, understandable and actionable.
The Office of Financial Aid is open from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. We're located on the first floor of Cardinal Farrell Hall. #1 on the campus map. *As noted above, the Financial Aid Office is currently suspending in-person meetings with students. Please click HERE to find your Financial Aid Counselor and their contact information.
Phone: (972) 721-5266 | Toll-free number: (800) 628-6999 | Email: email@example.com
| Fax: (972) 721-5074
Mailing Address: University of Dallas | Office of Financial Aid | 1845 East Northgate Drive | Irving, TX 75062-4736
We strive to meet the needs and concerns of our students on an individual basis. Financial Aid is intended to supplement, not replace, family resources.
The primary source of funding rests with both federal and state governments; therefore, government regulations determine a student's eligibility. We are required to comply with updated federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies.
What is financial aid?
Federal, state, institutional, and private fund(s) are used to assist eligible students in funding their education. Financial aid can be a combination of scholarships, grants, loans, waivers, and student employment. Scholarships and grants are considered “free money” that the student is not required to repay; however, loans and student employment are considered self-help aid. Most loans require repayment when a student becomes enrolled less than half time or graduates. Student employment includes both work-study positions and part-time employment positions, either on- or off-campus.