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.
CLIMBING & BOULDERING WALL FREE BELAY CLINIC
Tuesday, March 29, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Duncan Student Center
Belay clinics teach the basic skills needed to start climbing safely and proficiently. Clinics are limited to the first eight individuals to sign up. Click here for more information and a complete list of this semester’s belay clinics.
Registration open through Wednesday, March 30
Show off your minigolf skills with Putt Putt! Click here for more information and to register.
Registration open through Wednesday, March 30
Pick up a racket and compete against other students in intramural badminton! Click here for more information and to register.
BENGAL BOUTS FINALS
Friday, April 1, 7 p.m., Purcell Pavilion
Join the Men’s Boxing Club for the 92nd annual Bengal Bouts finals. Tickets are available online or from a boxer. Proceeds benefit the Holy Cross Missions in Bangladesh. Learn more here.
SUMMER STAFF OPENINGS
RecSports is hiring for Recreation Attendants, Climbing and Bouldering Wall Attendants, Personal Trainers, Fitness Instructors, and Lifeguards this summer. Anyone who is interested in working with us can fill out our application here and email it to Veronica Ballinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Counseling Center (UCC)
WORKSHOPS AND SUPPORT SPACES
The UCC offers a diverse array of workshops and support spaces to learn skills related to mental health. Find workshops that teach skills related to mindfulness, body acceptance, and perfectionism, and support spaces, for students of color, men, and international students. Information about each workshop can be found here.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell)
NAVIGATING THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE WORKSHOPS SERIES
Hosted by the McDonald Center for Student Wellbeing and the Office of Community Standards. All workshops facilitated by student leaders.
BUILDING RESILIENCE: REIMAGINING FAILURE
Tuesday, April 5, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., McWell Living Room, 2nd Floor Saint Liam Hall
At this workshop, students will broaden their perspective and learn to see failure as a path to resilience. Beverages and snacks will be provided.
COMMUNICATION THROUGH CONFLICT
Tuesday, April 12, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., McWell Living Room, 2nd Floor Saint Liam Hall
At this workshop, students will learn to develop better conflict resolution skills as a way to improve friendships and strengthen community. Beverages and snacks will be provided.
Thursday, April 7, 6:30 p.m.
Meet someone new! Register for Shared Walks to find connections in people and places by exploring campus spaces with a fellow student. Walkers will be randomly paired with another student and invited to meet and take a walk together on campus. Sign up here and a staff member will follow up. All are welcome. Registration closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 1.
Center for Career Development
MARCH 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.
NETWORKING: NOT AS SCARY AS IT SEEMS (JUNIORS/SENIORS)
Tuesday, March 29, 5 - 6 p.m., 512 Duncan Student Center
This session explores the power of networking and building social capital for juniors and seniors. Here, we will discuss tips on how to identify and reach out to people, what to say, the cadence of communication, and the right questions to ask. This is intended to be an open discussion, so bring your networking questions with you. Register on Handshake.
NETWORKING: NOT AS SCARY AS IT SEEMS (FIRST YEARS AND SOPHOMORES)
Wednesday, March 30, 5 - 6 p.m., 512 Duncan Student Center
This session explores the power of networking and building social capital for first years and sophomores. Here, we will discuss tips on how to identify and reach out to people, what to say, the cadence of communication, and the right questions to ask. This is intended to be an open discussion, so bring your networking questions with you. Register on Handshake.
INTERVIEW PREP FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES (SOPHOMORES)
Tuesday, March 29, 3:15 - 4:15 p.m., 526 Duncan Student Center
The Center for Career Development is partnering with the Wall Street Club for this interactive workshop. Here, we will review and practice how to excel at the interview opening, behavioral questions, and technical questions. The emphasis will be on the behavioral part of the interview. Staff will also cover how to excel at HireVue virtual interviews. Register on Handshake.
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL SERVICES ROLES (FIRST YEARS)
Wednesday, March 30, 6 - 7 p.m., 512 Duncan Student Center
Join us for a discussion of all aspects of various roles in Financial Services, including investment banking, asset management, sales and trading, private wealth, corporate banking, private equity, and venture capital. We will discuss qualifications and skills needed, workplace environment, competitive nature of roles, recruiting timeline, and tips for success. Register on Handshake.
ACCOUNTING CAREERS BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES
Thursday, March 31, 5 - 6 p.m., Virtual
An accounting major can take you in many different directions. Join us for this informative virtual event with Notre Dame Accounting alumni who will lead a panel discussion about their careers in manufacturing, private equity, consulting, and other areas. Register on Handshake.
FR. PETE & FRIENDS
Wednesday, March 30, 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. This Wednesday, Steve Camilleri, Executive Director for the South Bend Center for the Homeless, will share the meaning and importance of friendship. In addition to hearing a great speaker, free food will also be served. There's no need to sign up early, just swing by.
DISCERNMENT COFFEE HOURS - CAREER DISCERNMENT
Friday, April 1,10 a.m., 301 Coleman-Morse Center
What is God calling me to do for my career? Can I serve God and still earn enough to support myself? Let’s talk about vocation with Scott Boyle, Director of Recruitment and Outreach for the McGrath Institute for Church Life. Join us for coffee, tea, and cocoa. Email Becky Czarnecki with questions.
WAYS TO PRAY SERIES: LECTIO DIVINA
Friday, April 1, 3 p.m., 102a Coleman-Morse Center
Led by Megan Urbaniak, Coordinator of Ministries for Campus Ministry, Lectio Divina, Latin for divine reading, immerses us in the Scriptures in a new way, ultimately drawing us closer to the Lord. Email Becky Czarnecki with questions.
BUSY STUDENT'S RETREAT
Friday, April 1, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., Coleman-Morse Center First-floor Lounge
Life has been a bit of a mess these past couple of years. Take a moment to slow down and embrace the Lenten season for a few hours with Campus Ministry.
There is still space at "Trekking Through The Mess: A Busy Student’s Retreat.” Students who attended our first retreat loved the talks, quiet prayer time, Lectio Divina, and the opportunity for Reconciliation. Snacks (but not a meal) will be available. RSVP by Thursday, March 31 to reserve your spot.
COLLECTION FOR UKRAINE REFUGEES
Campus Ministry is sponsoring a collection of clothing and money for refugees from Ukraine. Students will be in front of North and South Dining Halls during Holy Week on Monday, April 11 and Tuesday, April 12 to accept anything you're able to give. All donations are welcome and will be used to assist refugees. Thank you in advance for your generous help.
LATE DEPARTURE HOUSING EXTENSIONS- DUE APRIL 1
Undergraduate siblings or fiancé(e) of graduating students may request a late departure by Friday, April 1 to celebrate with their loved ones. On-campus graduating seniors are automatically granted a late departure for Monday, May 16 at 12 p.m. to participate in Commencement ceremonies. Please review the Residential Life website for more information; late requests will not be considered.
WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR
Tuesday, April 5, 6 - 8 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom, Duncan Student Center
This event is for students who are living off-campus in Fall 2022. Here, students will participate in small group discussions with NDPD, McWell, the GRC, the Clinical Law Center, and community members to prepare for life off-campus next year. Food will be provided. Space is limited, pre-registration is required.
STUDENT PROGRAM LEADERS, FAMILY VOLUNTEER CAMP
The Alumni Association is seeking individuals committed to service, volunteerism, and leadership to serve as Student Program Leaders for its Family Volunteer Camp on campus this summer. Family Volunteer Camp is a chance for alumni to return to campus with their families to spend a week volunteering at various local non-profit agencies. Ideal candidates for the role of Student Program Leader include people who have participated in or led service events in the past, individuals comfortable leading groups of children and adults, problem-solvers who can think on their feet, and those with a love for the University's mission to be a force for good in the world. Applications will be accepted from undergraduate and graduate students from Notre Dame, Saint Mary's, or Holy Cross College. Competitive pay, meals, and housing are provided; students must be available to work from Wednesday, July 6 through Thursday, July 28. Learn more here.