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University Of Notre Dame
General Information [?]
- Website http://www.nd.edu/
- Phone Number (574)631-5000
- Location Notre Dame, IN
- Tuition $34680
- Enrollment 11479
- School Type Roman Catholic
- Enrollment Type Senior
Academic Support [?]
- The tutoring program allows students to review the concepts their professors have covered in class. Tutoring sessions consist of small groups, usually kept under fifteen students, which meet once a week for two hours. An upper-class tutor, who has excelled in the course he or she is tutoring, reviews recent concepts and homework and answers any questions the students might have. The tutoring program is open to all first year students and sessions are offered for most first year courses. Private (one-on-one) tutoring is also available on a limited basis for students who have participated in group tutoring but still require additional help. See your advisor for more details if you feel that you would benefit from extra individual assistance.
Student Life [?]
- There are more than 300 student-led organizations at Notre Dame, all of which are open for any student to join. The University of Notre Dame hosts neither fraternities nor sororities. Instead, the residential nature of the campus and its unique stay-hall system, in which students typically remain in the same dormitory for their entire time on campus, fosters a strong sense of community. As a Catholic university, it is easy to see the physical manifestation of faith present on campus. For instance, a statue of the Virgin Mary stands atop the Main Building’s dome, there is a mural of Jesus on the side of our library, and chapels are located in every residence hall. At the same time, however, there are many Notre Dame students who are not Catholic or who are non-practicing Catholics — we welcome people of all different faiths and practices to the University! We ask only that they be willing to dive into discussions involving faith and spirituality and also be supportive of the University’s mission. Many different religious services are offered throughout the week at Notre Dame including over 100 Catholic masses. Campus Ministry facilitates many activities for all students and works to ensure that the atmosphere at Notre Dame is supportive and welcoming to all. Included in this mission is the task of making sure that students who are not Catholic can find masses or services in the South Bend community and also transportation to their respective churches, temples, synagogues, or mosques.
Transition Support [?]
- Notre Dame’s orientation orientation weekend is held each fall to introduce parents to their student’s campus life and help them become more familiar with the University Of Notre Dame. An official Orientation welcome program, academic exploration sessions where families can meet University administrators and deans, an orientation with dorm rectors, receptions, Sunday Mass, and an introduction to the campus athletic programs are among the planned activities.
Notre Dame has a “First Year of Studies” program for all freshmen to go into. Their freshmen year they do not go into their major but they participate in this program with the rest of their class. For more information on advising for this program please see: http://fys.nd.edu/academic-advising
Emotional Wellness & Mental Health Resources [?]
- Wellness Programs/Resources A mandatory 2 semesters of physical education is required for all Notre Dame students. The recreation center can be found here: http://recsports.nd.edu/facilities/
- Gym/Fitness Programs University Health Services can be found in Saint Liam Hall: http://uhs.nd.edu/
- Health Center No data entered.
- Health/Counseling Center
- In individual counseling you have the full attention of one of our staff members in an one-to-one atmosphere of understanding, warmth, and insight. Our counselors and psychologists can help you in a variety of ways because they are excellent sounding-boards, compassionate listeners, and skillful experts in problems of living. \n
- Address Indiana
- Phone Number 574-631-7336
- Website http://ucc.nd.edu/
- Health Center A student insurance program is available and is designed to supplement the services provided at University Health Services. Students who are covered by the University-sponsored student insurance program will automatically have their insurance claims filed. Otherwise, you will receive an itemized statement to submit to your private insurance carrier. Please be aware that all charges may not be covered.
- Counseling Center http://uhs.nd.edu/insurance-billing/