Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
Richardson, TX
Undergrads
9,136
Tuition (in-state)
$25,084 ($10,666)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Alumni Office
Office of Development and Alumni Relations
800 W. Campbell Road, AD13
Phone: (972) 883-2295
alumni.utdallas.edu/netcommunity
Alumni Services
  • Alumni ID card
  • Campus discounts
  • Career services
  • Free UT Dallas alumni email address
  • Insurance discounts
  • Transcripts
Alumni Publications
  • "The Link" is the online news center for UT Dallas alumni and friends. Upon graduation, students will be automatically subscribed to "The Link." This online publication updates alumni monthly on news and events at UT Dallas.
  • Twice a year, the University publishes an issue of UT Dallas Magazine, which sums up the school's performances, developments, and events for the period. This magazine can be accessed online.
Major Alumni Events
  • Homecoming
  • UT Dallas Awards Gala (annual event to celebrate the achievements of UT Dallas alumni and friends)
Famous Alumni
  • Charles "Chuck" Davidson - president, CEO, chairman of Noble Energy; executive committee member of the UT system Chancellor's Council
  • Naveen Jindal - Indian politician, chairman and director of Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.
  • Melendy Lovett - president of Texas Instruments
  • James Reilly - distinguished geologist and astronaut
  • James Von Ehr II - founder and CEO of Zyvex Corporation, the world's first molecular nanotechnology company
Did You Know?
Naveen Jindal, for which the School of Management is named, contributed a $30 million gift to UTD in 2011. Previously, in his native India, Mr. Jindal won a famed court battle against the nation's flag code, which allowed the Indian flag to be displayed on limited occasions only.
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