Encouraging engagement and leadership.
Whether you’re a current or prospective staff member, you’ll find a wide range of resources at Notre Dame that support and encourage participation, leadership, and your professional development. Staff have access to wide range of University resources and are encouraged to share suggestions and ideas that extend beyond their departments.
Just as we as an institution work to learn and adapt to the changing needs of our students, our division also strives to generate new ideas among staff. While staff are encouraged to share all suggestions and concerns with their immediate supervisors, they may also submit ideas and recommendations that extend beyond their departments.
Submit your ideas, concerns, or suggestions HERE.
Submissions will go to the Student Affairs email account (email@example.com), which is monitored by Laura Connelly, Senior Counselor to the Vice President for Student Affairs, and Ginger Chrapliwy, Officer Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs. All suggestions will receive a response and will also be shared with relevant parties, including Student Affairs senior leaders and/or staff supervisors.
HR Consultants provide guidance and support to managers and employees of designated departments with special emphasis on issues related to performance management and employee relations. An HR Consultant (HRC) is assigned to every department on campus.
Contact the HR Consultant for Student Affairs:
Employee Assistance Program
To assist employees in the maintenance of a productive and safe work environment, the University provides access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which provides cost-free diagnosis and referral services to all regular, full-time faculty, staff, and their family members. These services are for assistance in dealing with a variety of personal and family challenges. EAP consultants provide professional, experienced guidance that can assist individuals in both work and non-work related situations. Employees may contact the EAP at their own discretion with the knowledge that their contact will be maintained in confidence.
Contact the Employee Assistance Program:
Office of Institutional Equity
The Office of Institutional Equity provides consultation, training, and resources to the University community regarding equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity, discrimination and harassment prevention, and retaliation.
Contact the Office of Institutional Equity:
ND Integrity Line
If talking with a supervisor or other administrator is not an option in dealing with a workplace concern, the ND Integrity Line is a toll-free phone number staff can call to discuss concerns about questionable or unethical behavior.
The ND Integrity Line is available at any time of the day or night. No call-tracing or recording devices are used. If you wish, you may remain completely anonymous.
Contact the ND Integrity Line:
File a report online: globalcompliance.com
Notre Dame Police Department
The Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) supports the University in its mission by providing services that promote a safe and well ordered environment for the campus community. NDPD offers a wide range of police and safety services including emergency response, investigations, crime prevention, event security, parking services and lost and found.