University of Dallas Reviews
Rating 3.76 out of 5 483 reviews
The atmosphere on campus is absolutely wonderful! The fact that it is a smaller campus is great because of the personal feel of everything. A lot of people know each other and get along quite well.
I haven't taken any online classes yet but my teammates have said that they are usually pretty easy to navigate.
So far it's been okay. I haven't seen much because classes just started. There's a lot of people here for us and we can get help as long as we ask for it.
A lot of my professors this year did a hybrid method just in case our school went completely online.
The online transition was decent given the circumstances, but communication about assignments and the general transition could have been better. It was also lacking a lot of interaction among students and professors, but that is to be expected I suppose.
Covid-19 was a shock but the campus corrected accordingly and it's was a great success. Even that art classes managed to switch to an online format.
It's amazing the core forces me to learn things that are outside my comfort zone which improves me as a person.
The professors, people, staff, and Core are amazing! I am a science major and it feels like I am double majoring in Biology and the Core, but it is totally worth it. You learn so much and bond with so many people it feels like home. The liberal arts education given at UD is better than I expected. If it were easy it wouldn't be worthwhile, I love the challenging classes.
I was impressed at how UD handled the adjustment to online classes due to covid-19. They were very understanding and prepared for any scenario. The level of learning was the same as in-person and the professors were just the same.
This school is pretty conservative overall with an academic focus instead of athletes. Its focus is primarily in liberal arts with a lot of required classes in the core and few in the actual major.
I love the sense of community you feel as soon as you step onto campus. The students are all so friendly, and the professors are ready to help you anytime. The campus is settled not too far from Downtown Dallas-Fort Worth, it is a short trip to even more fun for a night out with friends,
Excellent University that fosters independent thought and has excellent professors. My favorite part of this university is that the class to teacher ratio is perfect and allows students to really gain an understanding of class subjects
The community is great and the academics are stellar! I would like to see a change in the campus appearance because it is not very attractive. However, the people are very friendly and helpful, and my visits have been all positive!
I would recommend attending the University of Dallas because of the rigorous academics and the tight-knit community. With a strong liberal arts core program, UD provides a solid foundation for all of its students to build upon. The focus is not just on getting a degree; instead, the focus is on how this education will form you as a person. The professors have high expectations but are invested in your education, with many opportunities for one on one interactions.The community at UD is a product of this holistic approach to education. Authentic community is cultivated campus-wide, providing students the opportunity to belong to a family much larger than themselves. The University of Dallas cares about the success of each individual student and is continuing to provide successful independent thinkers who are prepared to change the world.
I attended University of Dallas for two years of undergraduate studies. The first year and a half was as a seminarian (studying for the priesthood) and a semester as a regular student. Academics are quite rigorous but enriching at the same time. You can meet various people from the U.S. and some international. The one thing to consider is tuition, which is pretty high. Overall, they have an outstanding liberal arts curriculum (especially philosophy and theology; along with the CORE) and can teach you to appreciate the classical studies or studies in general.
I love everything about UD. The campus is beautiful and the people are amazing. One thing I would change is the gym.
The University of Dallas fosters an independent education and teaches students how to approach problems in the real world with a foundation in classical resources. The students attracted to UD are hard workers, naturally intelligent, love celebrating life and love making deep and meaningful friendships. Thank you UD for helping me be the best person I can be!