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 email@example.com.
HERE For You
If you are a student and have received your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination at an off-campus location, please upload a picture of your vaccine card to your UHS Patient Portal. This will be used to help the University identify if we have reached the 90% first dose threshold to phase in some easing of our COVID-19 protocols in the coming weeks. Once you have received your second dose, you will be asked to re-upload to your UHS Patient Portal to show you have been fully vaccinated.
Student Activities Office (SAO)
COOKIES AND CANVAS
Thursday, April 8, 9 - 11 p.m., North Quad Tent
Cookies and Canvas is back! Join SAO for an evening of fun, and end the night with delicious cookies. Space may be limited, so be sure and reserve your seat here.
Saturday, April 10, 6 p.m. - midnight, North Quad, South Lawn, and Library Lawn
Join SAO for its Spring Festival featuring entertainment and events across campus. The night will conclude with a live band and food trucks on South Lawn.
REGISTRATION FOR INTRAMURAL BADMINTON SINGLES NOW OPEN
Pick up a racket and compete against other students in intramural badminton. Registration is open through Wednesday, April 7. Click here for more information.
If you missed the opportunity to learn squash earlier this semester, RecSports will offer Squash Workshops for the next three Saturdays. Click here to learn more.
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.
Gender Relations Center (GRC)
I AM EVIDENCE SCREENING
Thursday, April 8, 7:30 p.m., Carey Auditorium
The GRC will show the documentary “I Am Evidence,” which exposes the alarming number of untested rape kits in the United States through a character–driven narrative that brings attention to the disturbing pattern of how the criminal justice system has historically treated sexual assault survivors.
RAPE KIT BACKLOG PANEL
Monday, April 12, 7 - 8 p.m., Carey Auditorium and Zoom
This panel will discuss rape kits, why they are a critical part to finding justice for survivors, and why there has been a backlog of untested kits in St. Joseph County and elsewhere. Panelists include Ken Cotter, St. Joseph County Prosecutor; Amelia Thomas, S-O-S Coordinator at the Family Justice Center; Nancy Grant, Lead Nurse of the Forensic Department of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center; and Amber Monroe, Student Title IX Program Manager and Deputy Title IX Coordinator. To watch via Zoom, please register here.
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT POSTER MAKING PARTY
Tuesday, April 13, 5 - 7 p.m., Fieldhouse Mall
Stop by and create a poster to carry during the march around campus for Take Back the Night on Wednesday, April 14.
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
Wednesday, April 14, 7:30 - 10 p.m., Campus-wide
The University of Notre Dame, Saint Mary's College, and Holy Cross College annually plan Take Back the Night for the tri-campus community. The event traditionally starts with a speak out where survivors share their stories and follows with a march around campus that ends with a prayer service in honor of survivors. The purpose of this event is to spread awareness of sexual violence and to stand in solidarity with those who have experienced sexual violence.
- Speak Out: 7:30 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom
- Campus-wide March: 9:15 p.m., starts near Stadium Gate E
- Prayer Vigil: 9:45 p.m., South Quad (Rain/COVID Location: Dahnke Ballroom)
Multicultural Student Programs and Services (MSPS)
A CONVERSATION WITH DR. LUKE WOOD
Friday, April 9, 10 a.m., Virtual
Racial microaggressions are commonly understood as racially insensitive snubs, slights, insults, and putdowns that invalidate the experiences and intellectual capabilities of people of color. While some may assume racial microaggressions are harmless, published research on student success confirms the cumulative effect of these behaviors have a deleterious influence on people of color’s sense of belonging, welcomeness to engage, self-efficacy, and success in postsecondary education. Thus, the purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the concept of microaggressions, discuss how microaggressions manifest in academic contexts, highlight the most common microaggressions experienced by students of color in education, and highlight strategies that have been proven effective in challenging racial microaggressions in education. Register here.
A NOTRE DAME FAREWELL
Campus Ministry invites all members of the Class of 2021 to participate in a three-week series, "A Notre Dame Farewell," where you will gather in small groups once a week to reflect on the gifts of these past four years under the Dome. Groups will begin meeting in mid-April and will be assigned according to your availability as indicated on the sign-up form. Click here to sign-up by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, April 6. For more information, contact Christian Santa Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell)
Feeling a bit off but don't know why? Want to take some time to intentionally assess how things are going? Stop by Library Lawn anytime between 6 and 8 p.m. for a wellness check-in activity, care kits, and other resources to help you feel your best!
LOW LUNGES AND LADDOOS CONNECTION GROUP
Thursday, April 8, Thursday, April 15, and Thursday, April 22, 6:45 - 7:45 p.m., Virtual
Calling all South Asia enthusiasts! Do you want to foster community, learn about and engage in the historic South Asian practice of yoga, and enjoy traditional South Asian snacks (laddoos and chai) while you're at it? All are welcome to join McWell's Senior Fellow Gail Fernandes for Low Lunges and Laddoos, an event meant to celebrate and learn about South Asian culture. Register here.
LET’S CONNECT: SUIT UP FOR CARD GAMES
Fridays in April, 7:30 - 9 p.m.
Calling all game lovers! If card games are your thing, join McWell Senior Fellow Ben Ferris on Fridays to explore a wide array of card games to play with friends. Everyone is welcome, even if you've never played cards. Come and learn how to play card games across styles and countries. Register here.
LET’S CONNECT: FAMILY FUN AND GAMES
Saturdays in April, 1:30 - 3 p.m.
If you’re looking for the family fun experience look no further! Grab your friends or come to make new ones and join McWell Senior Fellow Ben Ferris on Saturdays for fun and games including pictionary, trivia, and a scavenger hunt. Register here.
Interested in feeling more mindful, more rested, and less stressed? Join McWell’s free Koru Mindfulness classes. Koru is an nationally-known, evidence-based mindfulness program developed specifically for college students by experts at Duke University. By joining Koru, you will commit to four 75-minute sessions that take place once per week for four consecutive weeks. It's short and sweet, but will leave a lasting impact! Register here for upcoming classes beginning Thursday, April 15.
MEET, GREET, AND EAT
Register for Meet, Greet, and Eat with McWell and Campus Dining to connect with new people over four dinners this month. Diners will provide their own meal and will be invited to join a Virtual Dinner Table via Zoom at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 12, Wednesday, April 14, Monday, April 20, and Wednesday, April 21. Diners who attend all dinners will be entered to win prizes. Sign-up here and we will be in touch.
Center for Career Development
CRUSH YOUR INTERVIEW
Tuesday, April 6, 4 - 5 p.m., Virtual
Learn the basic principles of interviewing and get tips on how to crush your virtual interview.
INTERVIEW PREP FOR INVESTMENT BANKING AND ASSET MANAGEMENT
Tuesday, April 6, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. and Thursday, April 8, 1 - 2 p.m., Virtual
In this interactive workshop, we will review and practice all elements of an investment banking interview, including introductions, behavioral questions, and a brief overview of technical questions.
Wednesday, April 7, 4 - 5 p.m., Virtual
In this interactive workshop, you will learn how to develop and refine a LinkedIn profile. You will use your laptop during the session to work on your profile with the facilitator.
CALIFORNIA ALUMNI AND STUDENT NETWORKING EVENT
Thursday, April 8, 8:30 - 9:30 p.m., Virtual
The CA Student Club and the CA Regional Program invite you to an Alumni and Student Networking Event. Meet alums with various industry backgrounds and discuss their career paths.
SUMMER PLANS: TOOLS FOR FINDING A SUMMER EXPERIENCE
Friday, April 9, 12 - 1 p.m., Virtual
Explore resources offered by our center and some creative ideas that can help you find a valuable summer experience.