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.
COVID-19 Bivalent Booster Vaccine Clinic
The University will offer free COVID-19 bivalent booster vaccines to students on Thursday, January 26 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Stepan Center. Appointments are required. Register here.
The COVID-19 bivalent booster vaccine is required of all students – undergraduate, graduate, and professional, including students studying or performing research remotely and/or virtually – to enroll in classes for the 2023-24 academic year. Learn more here.
Walk the Walk Open House
MSPS, GRC, AND OSE OPEN HOUSE IN HAGGAR
Wednesday, January 25, 3 - 5 p.m., Haggar Hall, Room 125
Take the next step and become involved with the Gender Relations Center (GRC), Multicultural Student Programs and Services (MSPS), and the Office of Student Enrichment (OSE). All are welcome to join the staff for refreshments in the Haggar Hall student lounge tomorrow evening.
Center for Career Development
IN-PERSON SPRING SEMESTER CAREER FAIR AND EVENTS
DAY ONE: MONDAY, JANUARY 30
Full schedule available here.
POST GRADUATE SERVICE/NON-PROFIT/CAMPUS JOB FAIR
5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom, 8th Floor, Duncan Student Center
All students are invited to connect with representatives from service, social impact, and social justice organizations to pursue career opportunities that align with student values, interests, and skills geared toward personal and professional development.
ANALYTICS, TECH + INNOVATION NETWORKING
6 - 8 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom, 7th Floor, Duncan Student Center
This networking event welcomes all interested students with business technology and data analytics skills to meet and connect with hiring employers.
SPRING INTO ENGINEERING EXPO
6 - 8 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom, 7th Floor, Duncan Student Center
All engineering students are invited to participate in this networking event to meet employers interested in hiring for technical roles.
ACCOUNTING & FINANCE MEET THE FIRMS
6:30 - 8 p.m., 5th Floor, Duncan Student Center
Network with a wide array of employers interested in hiring students for accounting, corporate finance, and other business-related roles.
FIRST CAREER FAIR PREP NIGHT
8:30 - 9:30 p.m., 8th Floor, Duncan Student Center
This event is held the night before the All-Colleges Career Fair to help introduce students to campus recruiting at Notre Dame. Students receive a behind-the-scenes look at the fair in advance and learn from recruiters on how to best navigate the fair for the first time. This is a great event for first-year and first gen students who have never attended a career fair before.
DAY TWO: TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
For more information click here.
ALL-COLLEGES CAREER FAIR
5 - 7:30 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom, 7th and 8th Floors, Duncan Student Center
Join us in-person for our largest spring semester career fair, which provides all undergraduate and graduate students with the best opportunity to meet with a wide variety of employers, all in one centralized location.
Office of Student Enrichment (OSE)
MINDFUL STUDY PRACTICES
Tuesday, January 24, 7 - 8 p.m., 117 Haggar Hall
All students are invited to join OSE and Care and Wellness Consultant, Annie Eaton, for an educational workshop on academic stress that addresses ways to stay healthy and successful at Notre Dame.
Student Activities Office (SAO)
Friday, January 27, 9 - 11 p.m., Midfield Commons
Kick off the new year and the new semester the right way with vision boards and various creation stations that challenge you to build something new. Enjoy food, prizes, and more. Come out and BUILD your YEAR!
BINGO & WINGS
Saturday, January 28, 9 - 11 p.m., Midfield Commons
Do you like chicken wings? Are you a fan of bingo? Join SAO for a night of fun and a chance to win cool prizes, including gift cards, Notre Dame gear, and more. Be one of the first 50 students to attend to claim an exclusive prize.
BASKETBALL AND BOWLING INTRAMURAL REGISTRATION
Registration closes Tuesday, January 24
Registration for basketball and bowling has been extended and will run through today, January 24. Learn how to register your team at recsports.nd.edu.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL OFFICIALS CLINIC
Tuesday, January 24, 6 - 8:30 p.m., Duncan Student Center, Room W246
Want to get involved on-campus and love basketball? Become an official with RecSports! Attend our basketball officials clinic to begin your training and learn more about the sport. All experience levels are welcome. Email Mackenzie Rennie with questions.
NORTH DOME CLOSED THIS WEEKEND
The North Dome will be closed Friday, January 27, Saturday, January 28, and Sunday, January 29 for the DeCicco Fencing Duals. Standard academic year hours will resume on Monday, January 30.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell)
HEALTH AND WELLNESS RESOURCES TRAINING
Saturday, January 28, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Duncan Student Center, Room W246
What’s a care consultant? How affordable is a counselor? Who can I talk to 24/7? McWell, Active Minds, Student Government, Access-ABLE, and GROW will co-host a training for health and wellness resources to help students answer these questions and much more. Learn everything you need to know about the Health and Wellness Unit to take care of yourself and your group. Please sign up here to help plan for lunch.
University Counseling Center (UCC)
INNSIGHTFUL EMOTIONAL WELLNESS PROGRAM
Virtual, Sign up by Friday, February 3
This Spring, the UCC will once again offer the Innsightful, semester-long Emotional Wellness Program to interested students FREE of charge. The Innsightful program helps students learn skills to better manage their emotions and improve their well-being, and utilizes support groups, just-in-time content, and wellness coaches to provide the support and guidance students need to cope with on-going personal and school-related stress and anxiety.
Interested students can sign-up to participate directly on the Innsightful website using their Notre Dame email address and the coupon code “FreeNotreDame”. Innsightful will form small support groups based on the availability students provide at registration. Graduate and undergraduate students are placed in separate groups. For more information, please contact the UCC at 574-631-7336.
GROUP COUNSELING OPPORTUNITIES
Do you feel lonely and disconnected from others? Have you ever wondered how to create more fulfilling relationships? Are you curious about learning more about yourself and others? Need to learn better skills to manage stress, feelings, anxiety and depression? Group counseling is an opportunity to gain a better understanding of how you relate to yourself and others. The support and feedback of fellow group members can be an invaluable way to cultivate deeper, more meaningful relationships. The connections made and the content discussed in group can also help lessen anxiety, depression, and loneliness. Some groups focus specifically on developing new skills to help you to better regulate your emotions, and manage stress, anxiety, and depression in healthier ways. Groups, support spaces, and workshops are forming now for the spring semester. Click here for more information.
ANCHOR INTERNSHIP INFO NIGHT
Wednesday, January 25, 7:30 p.m., 301 Coleman-Morse Center
Are you looking for a way to serve the Notre Dame community through sharing the hope of our faith? Learn more about Campus Ministry's Anchor Internship for juniors and seniors by attending the upcoming informational meeting. The Anchor Internship is a paid internship for the 2023-2024 academic year. Applications are due on Friday, February 10. For more information or questions, click here or email Mike Urbaniak.
GRIEF DINNER PARTY
Wednesday, January 25, 5 - 7 p.m.
A collaborative effort between the University Counseling Center and Campus Ministry, Grief Dinner Parties are an opportunity to come together with other young people who "get it," as they have experienced meaningful loss in their life and are on the journey of grieving. Please RSVP or email either Jordan Jonson (UCC) or Mike Urbaniak (Campus Ministry) for more information.
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Sundays, 3:30 p.m., Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Celebrate Misa en Espanol every Sunday in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. On the last Sunday of each month (this Sunday!), we will enjoy a Familia dinner in the Coleman-Morse First Floor Lounge that will include social time and Latin American food.
IMMERSION TRIP TO FARM OF THE CHILD IN HONDURAS
Applications due Sunday, January 29, 11:59 p.m.
Join Campus Ministry for a Spring Break Immersion Trip to Farm of the Child in Trujillo, Honduras. Founded on the pillars of simplicity, service, community, and spirituality, Farm of the Child offers a home for children, a school, and a health clinic.
Students will spend the week playing with the kids, praying with the community, working on a service project, and immersing themselves in a culture unlike our own. This immersion will cost approximately $1,500 with financial assistance available, and all levels of Spanish proficiency are welcome. Spots are limited and applications are due this Sunday with decisions being made in early February. Questions can be directed to Becky Czarnecki.
Daily Adoration will take place in the Coleman-Morse Center chapel every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m, beginning Monday, January 30. Please consider signing up for a regular time on our new spring semester schedule, though you are always welcome to stop by the chapel and pray with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. For more information, please email Brett Perkins.
SERVICE IN SOUTH BEND
The sign-up form is now online and ready for you to start serving your South Bend community!
Campus Ministry's Mercy Works program offers opportunities for students to encounter people on the margins of our South Bend community on a weekly basis, with as little as a six-week commitment. Monthly dinners on campus help us integrate that experience with faith and justice, enlivened by our Catholic Social Tradition. Dorothy Day called this a "revolution of the heart”: an opportunity for personal transformation to impact all aspects of our lives. For questions, please email Becky Czarnecki.
LATINO LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
¡TU ERES UN LÍDER! HOW IS THE LORD CALLING YOU TO BE INVOLVED?
Have you enjoyed Dia de Los Muertos, Posadas, Las mañanitas, Our Lady of Guadalupe, La Misa en Español, Familia Dinners, Latino First Year Retreat, and the many other Latino events? Would you like to be involved in helping Campus Ministry with these festivities? Be a leader and serve with the Latino Student Ministry team by completing this form!
Graduate Student Life
OVERCOMING IMPOSTER ANXIETY WITH IJEOMA NWAOGU, PHD, ACC
Wednesday February 1, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., Washington Hall
Dr. Nwaogu will provide insights and strategies via the A.C.T. Method for Overcoming Imposter Anxiety, to move beyond fear of failure and feelings of un-belonging and self-doubt, so students and leaders can achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals with greater confidence, courage, and authenticity. This event is open to the entire campus community and is hosted by The Graduate School, Graduate Student Life, and Graduate Student Government.