Support, Resources, and Programming
The Division of Student Affairs aspires to serve as a trusted resource, helping to connect students with information regarding health, development, faith, residential life, extracurricular interests, and future endeavors. For questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Activities Office (SAO)
Thursday, April 22, 9 - 11 p.m., Library Lawn
Enjoy live performances at this week's AcoustiCafe!
GIANT BOARD GAMES/FOOD TRUCKS
Friday, April 23, 7 - 11 p.m., Library Lawn
Play giant outdoor board games and enjoy food from the food trucks.
LIVE MUSIC: BLAMMO
Friday, April 23, 9 - 11 p.m., South Lawn
Gather around the fire pits for live music and enjoy the company of your friends.
FOOT GOLF COMPETITION
Thursday, April 22, 6 - 10 p.m., Ricci Family Fields 1 & 2
Grab your friends and swing by Ricci Family Fields for Foot Golf. Fifteen people will be able to play during each time slot between 6 and 10 p.m. Click here for more information.
REGISTER FOR INTRAMURAL PICKLEBALL DOUBLES AND GOLF
Pick up a racket and a partner to compete against other students in Intramural Pickleball. You can also get outside and enjoy the warmer weather with Intramural Golf. Registration is open through Wednesday, April 21 for both sports. Click here for more information.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell)
MINI BREAK DAY TOMORROW
Even a mini break can have a big impact on your well-being. McWell and various campus partners will offer a variety of activities throughout the day tomorrow, April 21, (and beyond) to support your well-being. Visit mcwell.nd.edu for a list of ways to rest and restore, and register ahead of time to reserve a spot for Yoga, Shared Walks, or a Virtual Escape Room. Additionally, follow @McWellND for any changes due to inclement weather.
Together at Heart
If you enjoy escape rooms or collaborative puzzle games, sign up here for free access to the third online game in the series, Together at Heart (different from the game that was offered in March). Invite a friend to sign up and later today you will both receive a license to start your adventure!
Finders Seekers Mystery Box
Try it alone or invite your friends to explore world cultures solving puzzles, decoding cryptic messages, and discovering underground societies. Pick up a mystery box at McWell today or tomorrow. Limited boxes available.
Walk the Notre Dame Campus Pilgrimage
Take a self-guided tour of Notre Dame's sacred sites. This pilgrimage is designed to offer a glimpse into the rich spiritual life on Notre Dame's campus, while also offering an opportunity to pray and reflect.
Restorative Yoga Practice
Yoga is good for your brain and for your body. Move your body and shift your mindset with Yoga Steve and this Restorative Yoga practice at the Snite Museum of Art Courtyard starting at 2 p.m. Moving slowly and mindfully can help reset your nervous system and bring your body and mind into a state of calm and equilibrium. Register here.
Peaceful Places Scavenger Hunt
Pick up your Scavenger Hunt Punch Card at the Health Hut on Fieldhouse Mall between 1 and 4 p.m. or anytime at the McWell front desk. Every participant will win a prize! Anyone who finishes the scavenger hunt and turns in their card by the end of the day Thursday will be entered to win a polaroid camera!
Make your own self-care kit with items from each of our well-being categories from 1 to 4 p.m. at the McWell Health Hut on Fieldhouse Mall. We'll have games, cards, exercise and movement tools, rest aids, crafts, toys, and stickers.
Registration for Shared Walks has closed, but you can still find connection in people and places by exploring campus spaces with a fellow student you'd like to know better. Check out our connection guide and consider working together with a new friend on the scavenger hunt to build a new connection.
Join GROW peer educators to celebrate Earth Day this Thursday, April 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. We will enjoy one of our Peaceful Places: the Woman at the Well on South Quad. We will also make reusable bags using t-shirts (we will provide), have lawn games to play, and hammocks to lounge in. If you’re looking for an active adventure, we'll have a campus scavenger hunt with prizes as well. Follow @McWell for details.
Look for the McWell Mobile Friday before lunch when we will give out Creativity Kits. Embrace your imperfection and explore a new way to doodle with our journals and art pens.
Multicultural Student Programs and Services (MSPS)
Tuesday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m., 210 LaFortune Student Center
Saturday, April 24, 8:30 p.m., Library Lawn
Join MSPS for its annual Cultural Showcase. A variety of student groups will perform and local food trucks will be on site for students to choose from.
Office of Student Enrichment
PEER MENTOR PROGRAM
Tuesday, April 20, 7 - 8 p.m.
The peer mentor program provides an opportunity for students to ask first-generation and limited resource students about topics such as study abroad, student experience funding, finding internships, pursuing majors, getting involved on campus, and more. Free personal pizzas will be provided for students who register in advance. Sign up here.
Center for Career Development
NETWORKING: NOT AS SCARY AS IT SEEMS
Tuesday, April 20, 4 - 5 p.m., Virtual
This session will explore the power of networking and building your social capital. We will talk about tips on how to identify and reach out to people, what to say, the cadence of communication, and the questions to ask.
WRITING AN EFFECTIVE RESUME
Wednesday, April 21, 4 - 5 p.m., Virtual
In this interactive workshop you will learn the basic principles of how to create a professional resume. You will use your laptop to begin creating your resume during the session.
INTERVIEW PREP FOR INVESTMENT BANKING AND ASSET MANAGEMENT
Thursday, April 22, 1 - 2 p.m., Virtual
This is an interactive workshop between the CCD and the WSC. We will review and practice all elements of an Investment Banking interview, including the introductions, behavioral questions, and a brief overview of technical questions.
CRUSH YOUR INTERVIEW
Friday, April 23, 12 - 1 p.m., Virtual
In this workshop you will learn the basic principles of interviewing and get tips on how to crush your virtual interview.
CALIFORNIA REGIONAL PROGRAM OFFICE HOURS
Friday, April 23, 12 - 1 p.m., Virtual
Students are invited to meet with Linda Lynch, Manager of the California Regional Program. Feel free to bring any questions regarding networking, internships, jobs, Handshake postings, etc.
RESIDENCE HALL MOVE-OUT
Residential Life expects typical hall closure dates to be in effect for the end of this academic year. Specifically, hall closure requires all students check out of the halls 24 hours after their last final or by 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 20 (the day after finals conclude). Please begin to prepare for move-out by making your move-out plan. More information regarding residence hall move-out is available here, and Residential Life will continue to work with the COVID-19 Response Unit (CRU) on necessary adjustments to year-end procedures in light of changing COVID-19 conditions.
COMMENCEMENT HOUSING EXTENSIONS
Graduating Seniors living on campus in residence halls will have their housing extended until Monday, May 24 at 12 p.m. for participation in Commencement activities. Graduating seniors do not need to complete a Housing Extension Form.
Sibling(s)/fiancé(s) of graduating seniors can request a Housing Extension by completing the Housing Extension Request Form; the deadline for consideration is Monday, April 26. Late requests will not be considered. Housing extensions are not available to cousins, girlfriends/boyfriends, or friends of graduating seniors. Individual requests beyond siblings/fiancés will not be considered. Graduating seniors who have a sibling/fiancé approved for a housing extension will not be granted additional tickets for participation in the Commencement Mass or Commencement exercises. All University policies for Commencement participation and guests will apply.
WELCOME ANCHOR INTERNS
Campus Ministry is excited to announce and welcome the Anchor Interns for the 2021-2022 academic year:
- Grace Gasper '23 - Compass
- Laura Larrain '22 - Multicultural Ministry
- Dora Leonardo '22 - Retreats and Pilgrimages
- Angela Ly '23 - Multicultural Ministry
- Ben Nash '22 - Sacramental Preparation
- Margaret (Greta) Rauch '22 - Sacramental Preparation
- Quinn Retzloff '22 - Liturgy
- Maleeha (Mia) Tiwana '23 - Retreats and Pilgrimages
- Michael Van't Slot '22 - Bible Studies
- William Ventura-Chavez '23 - Communication and Design
As Anchor Interns, these students will spend their year serving our community as leaders in faith. We look forward to the good work of the year ahead!