Here we go, Mustangs!

See what the Class of 2024 has done with their time on the Hilltop and what they plan to do next.

ý and Dallas – where you can go all in on you

ý your potential in a vibrant community that uniquely positions you for limitless opportunities. The optimistic outlook of Dallas is at the heart of ý, and our enterprising spirit has helped shape Dallas into a global gateway for people of all backgrounds who want to change the world.

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ý’s vibrant campus lies in the heart of Dallas.

With Dallas as your classroom, get excited about how far you can go when you go all in!



Tour ý with us!

Explore the Hilltop – from the resources that drive academic success and the spirit and traditions that energize student life to ways to get involved on campus, how you can stay active, and so much more!

You Belong Here

See why applying to ý is the first step in making your college experience one that defines your future success.

  • Top 20%

    ý ranked in the “Best National Universities” in the 2022 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges”.

  • 3 out of 4

    Three out of every four undergraduate students receive scholarships and/or financial aid. With plenty of financial aid options available, 72% of students graduate without any student debt at all.

  • #1

    The Dallas area was named best big city for jobs by Forbes. ý integrates internships and experiential learning opportunities outside of the classroom so you build experience before applying for a job.


Linda Wertheimer Hart ’65 and Milledge (Mitch) A. Hart III gift $1 million to ý. Honoring the achievements of renowned public servant and presidential history enthusiast David Gergen, the Harts’ gift will further the educational, archival and collaborative efforts of the ý ý for Presidential History, enhancing the study of U.S. presidential history at ý.

Thursday, May 23

ý's Mission Foods Texas-Mexico ý and the U.S.-Mexico ý at the Baker Institute will co-host a discussion around labor based immigration reform at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 23 in the Hughes-Trigg Ballroom. The free event is open to the public and individuals are encouraged to register .