Providing resources to ensure student-athletes success spiritually, mentally, and physically is always the ultimate goal of SWD.
We are a confidential source for student-athletes and will guide them to the resource that can best help them cope with life’s struggles and regain their balance. If a student-athlete seems to be struggling with personal difficulties, Student Welfare and Development can help. We will assess their needs and refer them to the appropriate resource(s):
Phone: (574) 631-7800
Campus Ministry invites students and all members of the Notre Dame family to deepen their faith in Jesus Christ and his Gospel. Their ministry is rooted in the Catholic tradition and inspired by the Congregation of the Holy Cross. They foster spiritual growth through worship and prayer, reflection and service, and education and faith formation. They call upon the students and themselves to proclaim the Good News and to become signs of hope in our community, the Church, and the world.
Phone: (574) 631-5200
The Career Center provides undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni with career counseling and career development services, self-assessments, workshops, presentations for academic departments, career fairs, and mock interviews, in addition to other services.
They encourage students to take ownership of their career direction, and be willing to devote the time and energy necessary to conduct a successful search for jobs, internships, fellowships, and/or the identification of graduate school programs. Students have the opportunity to utilize their online databases, including Go IRISH, to pursue postgraduate opportunities, sign up for interviews, and conduct career-related research.
Phone: (574) 631-7336
College life is a time of change, growth, and transition. The professional staff of the University Counseling Center (UCC) is highly trained to help college students through these times of adjustment. In providing service, the UCC staff attends to its mission of addressing the developmental, environmental, and remedial concerns of students. They recognize that the stress associated with a high pressure academic environment at a critical developmental period sometimes creates difficulties. These difficulties are ones that often can be alleviated through professional counseling.
Phone: (574) 631-9340
As an office in Student Affairs, the GRC designs and implements programs about healthy relationships, gender and sexuality consistent with the Catholic character of the University. It creates dialogue on campus by collaborating with student clubs, other departments at Notre Dame and community organizations in South Bend. It is the first and only office of its kind within collegiate student affairs nationwide.
Phone: (574) 631-7497
University Health Services is a multidisciplinary team committed to providing and promoting service to meet the health care needs of the diverse Notre Dame community.
The provision of competent, supportive, accessible, and cost-effective health care services to minimize the interruptions in the academic life of students and provide a valuable medical resource for the campus community.
All dimensions of our health care services respect the dignity of each individual and support the Catholic character of the University of Notre Dame.
Phone: (574) 631-7970
The Office of Alcohol and Drug Education (OADE) coordinates the alcohol and drug abuse prevention and student assistance efforts on campus for both undergraduate and graduate students. The office provides educational services for Notre Dame students who are seeking assistance with alcohol and/or drug issues related to themselves, a friend or family member. Students can seek services on their own, may be referred through another campus department, or may seek services due to a legal issue related to drinking or other drugs.
Phone: (574) 631-6841
MSPS supports historically underrepresented students at Notre Dame by providing opportunities for students of color to succeed academically and by increasing opportunities for the entire Notre Dame community to become aware, to gain knowledge, and to act in pursuit of racial equity.
Phone: (574) 631-5550
At the heart of the University’s Catholic mission is our goal of educating of the whole person, mind, heart, and spirit.
The Division of Student Affairs exists to serve and to enhance student life in each of these areas. They are comprised of ten student-service departments and a number of major administrative units, as well as 29 undergraduate residence halls and two graduate and student-family housing facilities.
Talented, dedicated staff and administrators in Student Affairs strive to serve students and to help them integrate the various facets of their educational experience. Endeavors such as Residential Scholars, MSPS’s Scholar’s Program, Campus Ministry’s Catechist Formation program, and the Career Center’s Global Internship Initiative allow students to bring together their academic pursuits with their faith, their professional goals, and with opportunities for practical, real-world experience. These exceptional programs enhance student life and provide an unparalleled university experience.