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Reviews 431 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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3 College Senior

Party Scene: There are some parties, but they are usually off campus and not the norm. There are a lot of other activities besides partying that students can participate in on and off campus.

3 College Senior

Party Scene: Most parties happen off campus and if you choose not to participate, it does not make you the odd one out.

5 College Senior

Academics: Academics is a very strong point for the university. The core curriculum has 60 credits and offers classes on subjects such as philosophy, theology, economics, biology, history, and politics. The professors know what they are talking about and are always willing to explain and further expand on their subject with students. The workload is tough and it takes a while to adjust, but with tutoring, other students, and professors' office hours, there are a lot of resources offered to students.

3 College Senior

Diversity: There is diversity on campus, though not always racial. Though majority of the students identify as Catholic, it is a school that is accepting of other's beliefs and there is very rarely discrimination for religion. Overall, the student body is accepting and willing to hear and learn about other's view points in all situations.

5 College Senior

Drug Safety: There is not much drug presence on campus and when there are drug related situations it is handled well.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: The professors are amazing. They are all very well spoken and know their field extremely well. They offer a lot of office hours, and when their hours don't work with your schedule, they're very willing to set aside time for yo.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The liberal arts education prepares students to succeed in any field. Learning from a variety of subjects allows students to be able to hold an intellectual conversation with almost anyone. The Office of Career Development works to bring in quality employers such as Southwest Airlines. They offer many opportunities for students to participate in recruiting events, mock inerviews, etc.

4 College Senior

Health & Safety: Overall, I feel extremely safe on this campus. There are always students around, so even walking back at night you're not all by yourself. Campus Safety is always driving around campus and responsive to calls.

3 College Senior

Campus Housing: The dorms are not super fancy, but they do serve their purpose. Because they are relatively small, students really get to know each other and build community.

3 College Senior

Athletics: University of Dallas is an NCAA Division III school, so athletes are not on scholarships. This takes some of the focus off of sports at the university. Academics is always a priority over athletics and crowds at games are often relatively small. One advantage to it being a small athletic program is that if you are wanting to try a new sport, this is a good opportunity.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: This school has been an amazing experience, it has really shaped me as a person. The classes are challenging, but also have pushed me to think in a way I didn't before. The professors are really there to help their students, they love what they do and want to make sure others succeed at it too. The small size of the school is great because I have really gotten to know a lot of the students and there is always a familiar face around.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Living on campus means you are close to all your classes and puts you more in the center of the social scene. Freshmen live in the freshmen dormitories, sophomores and juniors live in either the new Clark Hall or student apartments. Freshmen have more of the traditional style rooms with two beds in one room. Sophomores and juniors have the ability to choose between a single, double or triple room in Clark Hall. They each have their own bathrooms and the triples have individual rooms for each resident. Campus housing usually goes by seniority, so getting into the on campus apartments can be a little challenging. Overall, the housing is close to everything you need on campus, the only downside being that you have to purchase the meal plan.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: The University of Dallas is a unique liberal arts school, located in one of the best cities. Our rigorous academic programs, desire to learn, cultural experiences learned from our Rome campus and strong faith life on campus are some of the best qualities of the school.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: I've loved all of the courses I've taken here. Our small class size allows the professors to really get to know the students and allows for great interactions. The Socratic Seminar style classes are excellent for the many discussion based classes. The professors really care about their students and want to see us succeed.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: They do a great job of impressing upon us how important it is to network and get your name and face out there. Hosting many job fairs, recruitment events, and helping us to understand the opportunities available to us is a great asset.

4 College Senior

Health & Safety: I've never felt unsafe on campus. The students and faculty/staff are all really nice and quality people; I've never had a problem.

4 College Senior

Campus Housing: Housing is sufficient for freshman year with the dormitory style, and even better with suite-style housing options for sophomores/juniors. They are conveniently located close to classes, the cafeteria, and the gym. The space you have is definitely good living space.

3 College Senior

Athletics: They're definitely working on building the program. There is definitely more work to be done to improve the programs and facilities. Athletics don't overshadow academics (athletes and non-athletes alike are held to the same academic rigor), but are becoming a bigger part of the campus life than previously. As a DIII school there is a relatively strong program with much opportunity.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: Perfect school for me. We have a really unique Core program and study abroad program in Rome. With our own campus and professors we have the advantage of a program of the same high standard with immense opportunity for travel and widening the learning experience. The campus community is incredibly valuable; the people here all value academics and experience and really look out for each other. There are academic, athletic, and travel opportunities, as well as the opportunity to increase one's faith life. They are constantly working to address student's issues and concerns. The University of Dallas has provided me with a place to pursue academics, understand other cultures, foster meaningful relationships, and become a person I'm proud to be.

5 College Sophomore

Athletics: The varsity athletics program is great but does not overwhelm the academics. The athletes work hard at both athletics and school. The intramural sports are huge on campus and everyone enjoys them and loves to come watch.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: University of Dallas is an incredible university where I can be myself and truly grow as a person. The students are open and friendly and the professors truly love to work with the students. The campus is earthy and homey and the facilities and helpful and useful. The living possibilities on campus and around the campus are affordable and nice and I always feel safe.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: The professors at the University of Dallas are experts in their fields and passionate about the topics they teach. Class sizes are always small, making it easy to maintain a discourse with your professors and fellow classmates. The Core curriculum has a very holistic purpose, designed to offer a top-notch liberal arts education to every student, regardless of their major.

4 College Junior

Athletics: I'm not involved personally in any sports teams, but my friends really enjoy their experiences with sports. We have a pretty decent Fitness Center and a lot of school spirit. We're small, but we're passionate and dedicated to our institution!

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: I consistently feel comfortable and safe being on campus as a single young female. No matter the time of day, I have confidence in the capability of our security office and confidence in the caliber of my peers' character. I have never been placed in a situation on campus where I felt unreasonably threatened.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I am very satisfied with my experience at the University of Dallas. I am challenged by my peers and my professors, and encouraged to venture beyond my comfort zone in both educational opportunities and social activities. I love being near Dallas, TX because the internship and employment opportunities are so plentiful.

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