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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 2019 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.
As part of SMU Ignited, the Cox School of Business has announced two bold initiatives that will propel us into our next era of innovation: an extensive renovation and expansion project for the Cox School’s buildings and a drive to endow MBA scholarships, empowering the next generation of business leaders to meet grand challenges with meaningful solutions.
A $5 million gift from Katy A. and Kyle Miller ’01 to SMU’s Edwin L. Cox School of Business will create a place that will kindle productive partnerships and cultivate meaningful connections to fuel the success of the Cox community. The Millers’ generous commitment will establish the Katy and Kyle Miller Courtyard – an open, welcoming environment to exchange ideas, form lifelong friendships and build business associations.
SMU mourns the loss of Mark A. Roglán, renowned director of the University’s Meadows Museum, to cancer on October 5. His death at the age of 50 comes on the heels of his recent 20th anniversary leading the institution, the foremost center in the United States for exhibition, research and education in the arts and culture of Spain.
SMU mourns the loss of civic leader and philanthropist Peter O’Donnell, Jr., who passed away on October 10, 2021, at the age of 97.
Drive will assist more underrepresented students, enrich research and teaching, enhance campus and community
A gift from Kim and William (Bill) Shaddock ’74 will establish Shaddock Hall as part of the building renovation project of the Cox School of Business. The $6 million contribution will foster educational excellence through dedicated spaces for learning, research and collaboration.
Inspiring a new chapter for the Meadows Museum, Linda P. and William A. Custard commit $3 million, matched by an additional $3 million from The Meadows Foundation, to establish a new cultural institute within the Meadows Museum.
This exhibition has been organized by the Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas, and the Museo del Traje, Centro de Investigación del Patrimonio Etnológico, Madrid, Spain, and is funded by a generous gift from The Meadows Foundation.
Artists featured in the exhibition include Alfred Briquet, Carlos Mérida, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, Jerry Bywaters, Paul Strand and Manuel Álvarez Bravo. This exhibition has been organized by the Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas, and is funded by a generous gift from The Meadows Foundation.