SMU and Dallas – where you can go all in on you
Unleash your potential in a vibrant community that uniquely positions you for limitless opportunities. The optimistic outlook of Dallas is at the heart of SMU, and our enterprising spirit has helped shape Dallas into a global gateway for people of all backgrounds who want to change the world.
SMU’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!
Campus Tour with Students Ian and Abby
Join SMU Admission Ambassadors Ian Perkins-Smith and Abby Johnson as they tour the SMU campus. Featured tour stops include the Boulevard, Gerald J. Ford Stadium, the Laura Lee Blanton Building, Dallas Hall and Fondren Library. Pony Up!
You Belong Here
See why applying to SMU is the first step in making your college experience one that defines your future success.
SMU ranked in the “Best National Universities” in the 2022 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges”.
3 out of 4
3 out of every 4 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.
The Dallas area was named best big city for jobs by Forbes. SMU integrates internships and experiential learning opportunities outside of the classroom so that you build experience before applying for a job.
World's earliest most complete Hebrew Bible coming to SMU
Codex Sassoon will be displayed April 18-20 at SMU’s Bridwell Library
A rare 1,100-year-old Hebrew Bible will be exhibited to the public at SMU’s Bridwell Library April 18-20, before coming up to auction at Sotheby's in New York this May, where it will be offered with an estimate of $30 to $50 million. The exhibition marks the first public appearance of the Bible in the United States, following recent exhibitions in London and Tel Aviv.
Dallas-Fort Worth business leader and entrepreneur Jack Knox ’60 ’63 has given $11 million to SMU Ignited: Boldly Shaping Tomorrow. As a prominent alumnus and longtime University supporter, Knox hopes his support of the University’s campaign for impact encourages others to participate.
SMU has named Amanda W. Dotseth Linda P. and William A. Custard Director of the Meadows Museum. Dotseth, who will be the first female director of the Meadows Museum, served as the director ad interim and curator of the Museum since the passing of its previous director, Mark A. Roglán, in 2021.
On December 2, SMU celebrated the groundbreaking of the Garry Weber End Zone Complex, the expansion and renovation project for Gerald J. Ford Stadium.
The Sky is Not the Limit: A Conversation with Women in the C-Suite at American Airlines
12:30 - 1:50 p.m. CT - Mack Grand Ballroom (SMU Campus)
Please join Dedman School of Law, Cox School of Business and the Rowling Center for Business Law & Leadership for a moderated discussion and luncheon featuring Priya Aiyar - Chief Legal Officer (American Airlines), Cole Brown - Chief People Officer (American Airlines) and Noelle LeVeaux - Publisher (D Magazine). RSVP is required.
Space to Maneuver? Abstract Art in Francoist Spain
6 p.m. CT - Meadows Museum
This talk considers the visual, critical, and rhetorical gambits through which abstract art in Spain was produced and received at home and abroad. Admission is free for Meadows Museum members and SMU faculty, staff and students. Reserve your tickets.
Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Noon – 1 p.m. CT - Webinar
Examine the pending decision on affirmative action in higher education from the U.S. Supreme Court through the eyes of a distinguished panel of jurists from SMU Dedman School of Law, Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law, Emory University School of Law and University of Virginia School of Law. CLE credit available. Register here.
NEW VISIONS, NEW VOICES
2:30 PM CT - Meadows Owen Arts Center
In its 28th year of production, NEW VISIONS, NEW VOICES presents staged readings of original plays by B.F.A. theatre students. This year, NVNV includes MARILYN by Tyler Baker, MARGARET by Micah Clayton, THE BIG 3 by Trajan Clayton, and JUNE by Kenya Flippin. The readings are open to SMU and the local community, and all performances are free.
Codex Sassoon, the World’s Earliest Most Complete Hebrew Bible
The rare 1,100-year-old Hebrew Bible will be exhibited in the United States for the first time at SMU’s Bridwell Library, the only university on the Codex Sassoon’s five-city international tour before it comes up for auction at Sotheby’s in New York in May. Registration is free.
Explore the ongoing pursuit of liberty in a new special exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Featuring rare artifacts and interactive activities, Freedom Matters highlights the importance of freedom in building peaceful societies, how the work of freedom advocates has changed the lives of millions, and what we all can learn from the study of history. Learn more