University of Dallas Police Department
The University of Dallas Police Department welcomes you to the University of Dallas
community. The University of Dallas Police Department is located on the first floor
of the Haggar University Center east side of the building directly behind Farrell
Hall. For your convenience and protection, the University of Dallas has professional
safety officers on duty 24 hours per day. These officers provide physical security,
fire protection and prevention, emergency first aid, safety programs and inspections,
and investigate and enforce violations of the Code of Student Conduct and criminal
offenses on UD property.
University of Dallas Police Department
1845 E. Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062-4736
Non- Emergency: (972) 721-5305 (Answered 27/7)
Emergencies Only: (972) 265-5911 (Anwered 24/7)
Parking Permits for UD Students
Purchase Parking Permit Online and Pickup at UDPD
Access to and Security of Facilities
Most campus facilities are open to community members and visitors during normal business
hours. University of Dallas Police Department officers conduct routine security and
safety patrols of the academic and administrative buildings to monitor conditions
and report any unusual circumstances.
However, residences are secured 24 hours a day and require University identification
or key access to gain entry. CSO officers monitor security in the residential facilities
and encourage building residents to report suspicious or unusual.
Parking Permit Fee & Policy
Parking permits for the 2022/2023 school year will be available for purchase beginning
August 1, 2022.
- All Irving campus student’s vehicles must be registered with University of Dallas
Police Department and display a valid University parking permit decal.
- All students with vehicles are required to pay a non-refundable parking permit fee
to park on the Irving campus. Students may select from the following parking permit
The non-refundable registration is as follows:
- Students: The fee is $125 for the entire academic school year. Permits purchased for fall semester only or spring
semester only, the fee is $75. The summer summer parking permit fee is $25. All permits issued to Undergraduate Students and Braniff Graduate Students will expire on August 31st.
|Annual Parking Permit (valid September 1through August 21)
|Spring Term Only or Fall Term Only Parking Permit
|Summer Term Only Parking Permit
|Replacement Parking Permit
Temporary Parking Permit (temporary use of another vehicle)
| $10 if remains of the previous decal are returned; otherwise the fee will be based
on the cost of replacing the permit for the remainder of the year
No charge (Valid for up to 14 days; use of another vehicle for more than 14 days requires the
purchase of a permanent parking permit)
One-time visitors may park in designated visitor parking spaces located in front of
Cardinal Ferrell Hall and behind the Library. Long-term visitors will be issued a
temporary parking permit to display on the vehicle dashboard upon written request
from the sponsoring department or office. Vehicles parked in visitor’s parking for
more than one day without the appropriate temporary parking permit will be issued
To register a vehicle, all students must complete the online vehicle registration
form at udallas.edu/permits
. Upon completion of the online form, the parking permit decal will be issued at the
University of Dallas Police Department Office located in Haggar University Center
(open 24-hours per day). A current University of Dallas identification card is required
to receive a parking permit decal.
To be registered, vehicles must be in operating condition with current state registrations,
inspections and tags.
A one-time waiver on a failure to register citation will be given with the purchase
of a current decal within seven (7) days of receiving the first citation. A one day
temporary parking permit will be available free of charge.
Fines must be paid within seven (7) days and may be paid in person at UDPD with credit
card. A student is responsible for parking citations issued to vehicles registered to their
immediate family. Parking permits will not be issued until all outstanding fines have been paid.
Visitors and Guests of the University A visitor is defined as one who has no affiliation, association, or relationship
with UD as a student or employee. Students are not considered visitors during Christmas
break, Spring break, summer, or study days. Visitors to UD should be given parking
guidance by the person or organization inviting them to campus. Visitors using vehicles
that have a current UD parking permit must comply with the rules and regulations that
apply to that permit.
After a temporary UD parking permit is used for longer than 14 days, a permanent permit
must be purchased.