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.
Inclusive Campus Student Survey
All students were recently invited to participate in the administration of the third Inclusive Campus Student Survey, which serves as an opportunity for students to share feedback as we continue to strive to make Notre Dame a more inclusive campus where every individual feels a sense of belonging. Please follow the link in the email you received to complete the survey.
All students who submit a survey will be automatically entered into a random drawing to win one of four $25 gift cards to the Notre Dame Bookstore. Additionally, 200 students who submit a survey will be randomly selected to receive $5 in Domer Dollars.
The Office of Strategic Planning & Institutional Research is responsible for data management and reporting. Survey results will not be reported in a manner that could identify individuals. Consistent with Notre Dame’s prior administration of the survey, aggregated results will be shared with the university community later this spring.
Student Activities Office (SAO)
COMEDY NIGHT FT. REEM EDAN & TERESA LEE
Saturday, Feb. 26, 9 p.m., Legends
Join SAO this Saturday for an amazing comedy show at Legends. Reem Edan will bring the best of her "muslim-ennial" humor while Teresa Lee will explore all of life's biggest questions through her bold jokes. Reserve your spot here.
BENGAL BOUTS PRELIMINARIES
Thursday, Feb. 24, 7 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom, Duncan Student Center
Join the Men’s Boxing Club for the 92nd annual Bengal Bouts. Preliminaries begin this Thursday, and tickets are available through a Boxer or by clicking here.
PICKLEBALL INSTRUCTIONAL SERIES
Did you know Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States? Learn how to play like a pro with the RecSports Instructional Series. Visit recregister.nd.edu for more information and to register.
Center for Student Support and Care
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 3 - 6 p.m., 228 Coleman-Morse Center
Students are invited to join the Center for Student Support and Care next Wednesday for an Open House in the Center’s new home located on the second floor of the Coleman-Morse Center. Come for the giveaways and a Notre Dame apparel raffle, and stay for the hot cocoa bar and cookies.
The Center for Student Support and Care offers workshops throughout the academic year to help students be their best selves in and outside of the classroom.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell)
REFLECT, CONNECT & GROW: HEALTH AND WELLNESS SCAVENGER HUNT!
From Monday, Feb. 21 through Friday, Feb. 25, follow @McWellND for a daily clue, activity, and reflection to be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a daily prize like $20 in Domer Dollars or an instax camera. Individuals who participate in the hunt every day will be entered into a drawing for a grand prize of $100 Domer Dollars. Halls with the highest percentage of participants will also win a treat for their hall, and off-campus students who participate will be entered into a separate drawing.
TIMELY CARE TELEHEALTH REGISTRATION
Feeling stressed or overwhelmed? TimelyCare provides students with free, 24/7 virtual access to licensed providers for medical and mental health needs. To begin, simply create a profile by visiting timelycare.com/notredame or downloading the TimelyCare app. Students who register by Friday, Feb. 25 will be entered to win a $25 Amazon gift card.
TELL MCWELL: MENTAL WELL-BEING FOCUS GROUPS
Contribute your voice to the conversation on student mental health and well-being by participating in a focus group with McWell as the department continues to research student needs. Groups will be scheduled to meet after Spring Break and a meal will be provided to those who participate. Indicate your interest and availability here and McWell will follow up.
Gender Relations Center (GRC)
LGBTQ SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION: RACE AND INTERSECTIONALITY
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Dooley Room, 102 LaFortune Student Center
How does a person’s race and/or ethnicity intersect with one’s sexual orientation and/or gender identity? In what ways does the interplay of these aspects of personhood impact a person’s experience at Notre Dame? Join our drop-in discussion group - a safe space, one of openness and acceptance - to break bread and talk with peers about common lived experiences. Lunch will be provided. Sign up here.
OPEN YOUR HEART: AN OPEN DIALOGUE ON BELONGING AT NOTRE DAME
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 6 - 7 p.m., Gold Room, 3rd Floor, LaFortune Student Center
All are invited to join the GRC for a discussion about what it means to be a Notre Dame student. Topics will include University matriculation, friend groups, and social media activities.
LGBTQ AND ALLY GRAD LUNCH
Thursday, Feb. 24, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., McNeill Room, 116 LaFortune Student Center
Stop by for a free lunch and to meet other LGBTQ and Ally graduate and professional students! Hosted by the GRC and GlassND.
BROTHER OUTSIDER: THE LIFE OF BAYARD RUSTIN: MOVIE NIGHT AND DISCUSSION
Thursday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m., Montgomery Auditorium, LaFortune Student Center
Join the GRC’s Sexual Identity FIREStarters and the Black Student Association to watch “Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin.” Rustin was Notre Dame’s first Black, gay member of the board of trustees and also a notable activist for civil rights, gay rights, nonviolence, and social justice.
WOMEN'S HERSTORY MONTH TRIVIA NIGHT
Monday, Feb. 28, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m., Midfield Commons, Duncan Student Center
Join the Gender Identity and Intersectionality FIREStarters to kick off Women's History Month. Next Monday, the group will host Kahoot trivia. Bundt cakes and prizes will be available for those in attendance.
FR. PETE AND FRIENDS
TONIGHT, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 8 - 9 p.m., Legends
Join Fr. Pete McCormick, C.S.C., for a chance to hang out and engage with some great speakers from the Notre Dame family. Who's first up? Fr. Kevin Grove, C.S.C., will reflect on the following question: "Why does faith matter?" Mark your calendars now for future dates: March 30 and April 20. In addition to a great speaker, Campus Ministry will also offer free food. There's no need to sign up in advance. Simply swing by and be a part of history: the first ever Fr. Pete and Friends event.
ANCHOR INTERNSHIP INFO SESSION
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 5:30 p.m., 331 Coleman-Morse Center
Are you looking for a way to serve our Notre Dame community through sharing the hope of our faith? Learn more about Campus Ministry's Anchor Internship for Juniors and Seniors by attending an informational meeting this Wednesday. Anchor Internships are paid internships for the 2022-2023 academic year. The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 28. For more information or questions, please email Mike Urbaniak.
DISCERNMENT COFFEE HOURS: DISCERNING RELIGIOUS LIFE
Friday, Feb. 25, 10 a.m., 301 Coleman-Morse Center
Are you discerning religious life? Just thinking about it? Avoiding the question altogether? No matter where you are on your journey, join Notre Dame graduates Fr. Brendan McAleer, C.S.C., and Sr. Jackie Sardina in a question-and-answer setting. Fr. Brendan is the Associate Director at the Office of Vocations for the Congregation of Holy Cross, and Sr. Jackie is in her canonical novitiate year with the Salesian Sisters. Coffee, tea, and cocoa will be provided. Email Becky Czarnecki with questions.
API AND LATINO STUDENT MINISTRY: LENT REFLECTION
Friday, Feb. 25, 5 - 6 p.m., Coleman-Morse Center First-floor Lounge
Learn more and prepare for the Lenten season with the Asian Pacific Islander (API) and Latino student ministries. Becky Ruvalcaba, Director of Pastoral Formation for the MDiv program, will discuss the Catholic tradition of Lent as we gather to grow in faith and community. Traditional Asian and Latino treats will be available. Email Angela Ly with questions.
LENTEN SMALL GROUPS
Be part of courageous conversations this Lent through Campus Ministry's Lenten Small Groups. Students are invited to take part in weekly, nonjudgmental, honest conversation space to discover the matters of the heart this Lenten season. Groups led by campus ministers and trained student leaders will begin meeting the week of March 13 and run through Easter. Register here by noon on Friday, March 4.
THE MAGNIFICAT CHOIR AUDITIONING SOPRANOS AND ALTOS
The Magnificat Choir is comprised of graduate and undergraduate students from various academic and faith backgrounds who serve as music ministers for the Saturday Vigil Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. The choir strives to build upon the rich musical traditions of the Church, uplift women’s voices, and serve the community as the hands and feet of Christ. Learn more about the choir at magnificatchoir.nd.edu. To set up an audition, email Dr. Patrick Kronner.
Center for Career Development
FEBRUARY ARE YOU CAREER READY? INTERACTIVE CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERIES
Are you looking to take a more active role in your own career development process? The Are You Career Ready? Career Development Series continues with new sessions this week!
DIGITAL PRESENCE AND ENGAGEMENT (FIRST YEARS/SOPHOMORES)
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 5 - 6 p.m., 512 Duncan Student Center
How do you utilize professional networking tools for your internship and job search and promote yourself as a budding professional? Come find out at this session. Register on Handshake.
CRUSH YOUR INTERVIEW (JUNIORS/SENIORS)
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 5 - 6 p.m., 512 Duncan Student Center
Students will be taken through the steps necessary to have a successful interview, learn how to respond to different types of questions, and navigate the follow-up process. Register on Handshake.
INTERVIEW PREP FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES (SOPHOMORES)
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 4:45 - 5:45 p.m., 526 Duncan Student Center
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 4 - 5 p.m., 526 Duncan Student Center
During these interactive workshops, we will practice and review how to excel at the interview opening, answer technical questions, and emphasize the behavioral part of the interview. Register on Handshake.
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., Virtual
Notre Dame alumni working in book and magazine publishing organizations will provide superior tips and advice for exploring and breaking into the field of publishing. Register on Handshake.
TRANSITIONING TO LAW SCHOOL
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., Virtual
Are you interested in learning more about the transition to law school? Come listen to Notre Dame alums who are currently in law school share their experiences and provide advice for doing your best. Register on Handshake.
GO BEYOND YOUR MAJORS & MINORS: MAP YOUR “POSSIBLE LIVES” (PRIMARY A&L MAJORS ONLY; SOPHOMORES/JUNIORS/SENIORS)
Friday, Feb. 25, 2 - 3 p.m., 210 Duncan Student Center
Arts & Letters students don’t have just one career that interests them; they have many interests and several careers that interest them. This workshop will help you visualize and clarify the careers that intrigue you most, craft a short and long-term plan, and get you moving on your next career venture. Register on Handshake.
LATE DEPARTURE HOUSING EXTENSIONS
On-campus graduating seniors are automatically granted a late departure for Monday, May 16 at 12 p.m. to participate in Commencement ceremonies. Undergraduate siblings or fiancé(e) of graduating students may request a late departure by Friday, April 1 to celebrate with their loved ones. Please review the Residential Life website for more information; late requests will not be considered.