Financial Aid Team

We're here to help. 

Each student at the University of Dallas is assigned to a financial aid team who can guide you through the financial aid process and find ways to finance your college education.

finaid team 12/2018

The Financial Aid team:

Taryn Anderson / Director of Financial Aid 
taryn@udallas.edu | 972-721-5266

Violet Rodriguez / Administrative Assistant
verodriguez@udallas.edu | 972‐721‐4125

Janet Trejo / Senior Financial Aid Counselor
jtrejo@udallas.edu | 972-721-5114
Bilingual: Spanish.                  

Undergrad / College of Business: Last Names A - F
and TASFA applicants

Corey Murphy Financial Aid Counselor
cmurphy@udallas.edu | 972-265-5863

Undergrad / College of Business: Last Names M -R


Jennifer Sanchez / Financial Aid Counselor
jsanchez@udallas.edu | 972-721-5073

Undergrad / College of Business: Last Names G - L

Rachel Vaughan / Senior Financial Aid Counselor
rvaughan@udallas.edu | 972- 265-5826

Undergrad & College of Business: Last Names S - Z
and all Braniff & SOM Graduate Students

Christine BassettFinancial Aid Counselor 
cbass@udallas.edu | Contact by email 
 

Office fax: 972-721-5074 
The Office of Financial Aid can be found in Cardinal Farrell Hall on the first floor. /

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