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University of Dallas
Rome and Summer Programs

The University of Dallas is dedicated to the pursuit of wisdom, truth, and virtue as the proper and primary ends of liberal education. UD students share a formative experience in studying the great deeds and words of Western civilization with the Catholic intellectual tradition. Building on 50 years of informed study-travel in our flagship Rome program, our summer and study abroad programs take this mission to heart, extending classroom study to ancient sites which gave birth to brilliant ideas. History comes alive, as students are introduced firsthand to some of the world's most extraordinary works and places.   
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Middle/High School Programs

Our summer programs for middle and high school students reflect the educational philosophy and disciplines of the university and offer enrichment in great texts, music, and art. While some programs offer college credit, all programs help prepare you for college, led by our experienced university faculty.  

Undergraduate Programs

What better way to enrich learning than by keeping academic standards high and immersing students in unforgettable travel experiences. Undergraduates have the opportunity to study in a variety of countries with a range of courses in art history, history, language, literature, philosophy, and theology.                  

Adult Programs

Embark on a journey of a lifetime. Engage in stimulating and enlightening conversation, enhance your worldview and create lasting friendships. You can join a tour of Italy or earn graduate credit taking courses in theology or Classical Education. 

Rome Program
(972) 721-5206

Summer Programs
(972) 721-5181
University of Dallas
Rome & Summer Programs
1845 E Northgate Dr Box 729
Irving, Texas 75062-4736



We ask participants in any study away program to remain flexible as international health and safety concerns may vary country by country. The UD Rome and Summer Programs Office (UD) may be required at any given time to adjust policies and procedures to best support the health and safety of students. Program participants are personally responsible for meeting and abiding by all safety measures required for international travel and extended stays in foreign countries that may be in place. Any participant who fails to meet the required safety measure guidelines by the deadlines determined by UD, the program provider, the foreign country, or the designated airline company may be prohibited from participating in the UD Rome and Summer Programs Office Program trip.