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.
Senior Fellows Program
The Senior Fellows program is an opportunity for seniors who live on campus to serve in leadership roles that focus on specific University priorities. Students who serve as Fellows will receive an annual $3,000 stipend for 8 to 10 hours of work each week and have the opportunity to be mentored and developed as leaders across a variety of specific content areas. The program is open to all rising seniors living on campus for the duration of the 2021-2022 academic year.
Senior Fellow roles are available through the Gender Relations Center, Multicultural Student Programs and Services, the Office of Student Enrichment, Residential Life, the McDonald Center for Student Well-Being, Notre Dame International, and greeNDot. Each office will accept applications through Friday, March 19.
Learn more about each Senior Fellow role here.
Student Activities Office (SAO)
STUDENT STAND-UP/HUMOR ARTISTS
Thursday, March 11, 9 - 11 p.m., Legends of Notre Dame
Student stand-up comedians and humor artists take the stage at Legends this Thursday! Register here.
TENET MOVIE SHOWING ON THE QUAD
Saturday, March 13, 8:30 - 11 p.m., South Quad
Bring your own blanket and join SUB and SAO for the sci-fi thriller, Tenet.
CAMPUS-WIDE FOOD TRUCKS
Saturday, March 13, 9 - 11 p.m., North Quad, Fieldhouse Mall, South Quad
Bring your friends and choose from tacos, fries, or dumplings! Additional information can be found here.
FREE VIRTUAL FITNESS CLASSES
Did you know all RecSports virtual fitness classes are now FREE? Don’t miss out on the opportunity to stay active in a class with your favorite instructors. Click here for more information and to view the complete schedule.
Center for Student Support and Care
The Center for Student Support and Care offers several workshops this semester to assist with academic learning. For questions about these workshops, please email Annie Eaton, Care and Wellness Consultant, at email@example.com.
ACADEMIC SKILLS WORKSHOPS
Academic Skills Workshops are tailored to help students manage a variety of academic tasks, and students are invited to attend sessions about the topics most relevant to them. The workshops offer guidance in organizing and initiating tasks, finding self-motivation, monitoring progress and follow-through, developing flexibility, and learning time management. Register for an Academic Skills Workshop here.
A MINDFUL APPROACH TO STUDY PRACTICES
A Mindful Approach to Study Practices is a two-part workshop designed to help students roll with the punches of college life. Through focus exercises and mindfulness practices, students will learn intentional time and task management. Now more than ever, life is unpredictable and requires a proactive approach to academics and wellness. Part one of this workshop will focus on self-awareness, prevention strategies, and ways to improve time and task management. Part two will focus on monitoring student progress and building upon the skills learned. Register for the two-part Mindful Approach to Study Practices workshop here.
University Counseling Center (UCC)
A variety of UCC groups are open to Notre Dame students this semester. View a list of spring groups here.
If you are interested in joining a group and are new to the UCC, call (574) 631-7336 during drop-in hours to get connected to UCC services. If you are a current client at the UCC, please talk to your counselor about a referral.
UCC Workshops are conversation spaces designed to better connect students to a topic that is important to them. View a full list of ongoing workshops here. Sign up is required in order to receive the Zoom link for each workshop.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell)
WINTER 2021 SURVEY UPDATE
Students have provided valuable information through several campus-wide surveys conducted this semester by McWell. A summary of the most recent results is available here.
Interested in feeling more mindful, more rested, and less stressed? Join our 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'll 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. Click here for dates, times, and registration information.
NATIONAL COLLEGE HEALTH ASSESSMENT NOW OPEN
Notre Dame is participating in the National College Health Assessment, a tool developed to measure health behaviors of college students across the US. The survey invitation was sent from Erin Hoffmann Harding, and may be flagged as potential spam despite it being a legitimate, Notre Dame-sponsored survey. Please follow the link in your inbox to complete the confidential survey open until Tuesday, March 23 for your chance to be randomly selected to win $50-$300 Domer Dollars. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Sometimes resilience requires a shift in perspective (literally). Join us for Wellness Wednesday tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. on North Quad to learn a two-minute exercise to help boost your mood and rest your nervous system.
VIRTUAL OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING FAIR
Thursday, March 11, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Virtual
Students discerning housing options, including seniors and graduate students, are invited to participate in the Virtual Off-Campus Housing Fair. Students will be able to live chat in Zoom rooms with University resources and local property managers regarding their housing options for the fall. To pre-register and visit the fair, visit offcampus.nd.edu. This newly redesigned website lists many housing options, includes an optional roommate finder tool, and provides resources to aid in your housing search.
Office of Student Enrichment
COFFEE CUP CRAFT
Thursday, March 11, 9 - 10:30 p.m., North and South Dining Tents
Design your very own reusable coffee cup and take a cup of coffee to-go! Coffee cups and markers for decorating will be provided, but space may be limited. Sign-up to reserve your seat here.
FINDING A FRIEND FOR LIFE
Tuesday, March 16, 7:30 p.m., Carey Auditorium
Join Campus Ministry and the Gender Relations Center as four witnesses share their stories about relationships with spouses and friends that have led to authenticity and fullness of life. If you would prefer to attend this event virtually, please email the Gender Relations Center at email@example.com or Campus Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRIEF GROUP: HAVE YOU LOST A LOVED ONE?
If you have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or close friend, Campus Ministry invites you to join a support group beginning Thursday, March 18 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. The group will meet for three one-hour sessions. You will also learn about other resources available on campus to support you in your journey of grief. If you are interested in joining the session or have questions, please email Mike Urbaniak at email@example.com.
HERE For You
Submit a question related to the University's COVID-19 response using this form. Questions will be answered at future town hall events and in the weekly Instagram Q&A every Wednesday. All students are welcome to submit a question.
Many of us are feeling anxious as we continue to navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19. As a way to help students, faculty, and staff care for their emotional well-being, the University has partnered with Calm. The Calm app provides tools to help you relax, focus, and rest through guided sessions on sleep, meditation, and relaxation. Sign up for a free, premium subscription using your netID by following these instructions.