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Deadlines and Dates

Drop a 3 cr. Class Deadline 5pm - NO EXCEPTIONS
Due Nov 1 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Students may submit an eForm to drop a course between September 4 and Oct. 30. You must see an advisor to drop a course Thurs., Oct. 31 and Fri., November 1 before 5pm in Room 101.

Registration Begins Monday Nov 18th - Open through January 21
Due Nov 18 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Senior

Senior Registration Opens for Spring Semester Classes

Junior Registration Begins Wednesday, Nov. 20 - Open through January 21
Due Nov 20 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Junior

Junior Registration Opens for Spring Semester Classes

Drop 2nd HALF SEMESTER 1.5 CREDIT CLASS Deadline 5pm
Due Nov 22 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Last day to drop a second half semester 1.5 credit class. Look on Class Search for the drop deadline date - specifically under the course description. Some deadlines are EARLIER than this. (Use eForm on insideND, unless you drop after Nov. 1, then you need to see advisor in 101 Mendoza.)

Sophomore Registration Begins Fri., Nov. 22nd - Open through Jan. 21st
Due Nov 22 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Sophomore

Sophomore Registration Opens for Spring Semester Classes

Final Exam Conflict
Due Dec 6 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: Sophomore,Junior,Senior

Deadline to Resolve a Fall Semester Final Exam Conflict in order to give instructor one week's notice. Use eForm titled "Final Exam Conflict" on insideND. Fill out the eForm and submit between Nov. 6-Dec. 6.

Final Exams
Due Dec 20 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Final Exams Monday 8:00am through Friday 6:15pm. Check Registrar.nd.edu (on top right --EXAMS)for location and/or time.

Upcoming Events


Berges Lecture in Business Ethics: John Carreyrou

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Location: Room 101 DeBartolo Hall at 7pm

The fourth event in this Fall Lecture Series: "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies at a Silicon Valley Startup" presented by John Carreyrou, Author and Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist at the Wall Street Journal. Everyone welcome.
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Jeff Cain, Former CEO, Crossfit, Inc.

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 2:00pm-3:00pm

"Giving More and Taking Less: Understanding the Business of Crossfit" Sponsored by the Department of Finance. First 100 students receive a free T-shirt. Open to all students.
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Berges Lecture in Business Ethics: Bo Young Lee

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 7:00pm

The fifth of the Fall 2019 Lecture Series: "Fostering an Inclusive Culture at Uber" presented by Bo Young Lee, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Uber. Everyone welcome.
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Robert Jackson, Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

This is the third speaker in the Dean's Speaker Series. This is a free event and open to all.
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2020 "Fraud Day"

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Location: Downes Ballroom, Corbett Family Hall

Experts in corporate fraud will present their unique perspectives and experiences. Free and open to all students.
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Mendoza College of Business Diploma Ceremony

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The Mendoza College of Business Diploma Ceremony is where business students are individually recognized and walk across the platform.
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Latest Observer News

University cuts coal use one year ahead of schedule

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

For over 150 years, coal has been an important source of energy for Notre Dame. However, the Notre Dame power plant burned its last load of coal this Monday, marking the discontinuation of its coal-burning program more than a year ahead of schedule. “Notre Dame once relied on coal to keep the bellies warm and... Read More

Practice facility makeover provides golfers with new technology

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

With the Golden Dome and “Touchdown Jesus” as a backdrop, the 2019 U.S. Senior Open Championship left its mark on Notre Dame — literally. From June 27-30, Notre Dame’s Warren Golf Course played host to the long-awaited event that was the culmination of almost three years of preparation. On a carefully manicured, championship-caliber course, golf... Read More

‘El Camino’ is a worthy follow-up to ‘Breaking Bad’

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

At the end of AMC’s “Breaking Bad” in 2013, the show’s two main characters ended the series reaping what they sowed. Teacher-turned-kingpin Walter White died caressing equipment in a meth lab, while his former student Jesse Pinkman rode off into the night screaming and smiling after being freed from his neo-Nazi captors. It should be... Read More

Butterfly of pain

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

There is a butterfly of pain that rests atop every synagogue, an inexplicable beauty borne of weightlessness and the breeziness of flight. Upon wings as delicate as origami paper folded, there is a fiery orange to show the struggle and pain of attaining flight, and you can see that it is there if you look... Read More

Holy Cross sports teams discuss seasons, look to year’s goals

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Men’s Basketball Head coach and interim director of athletics Mike McBride is heading into his seventh year at the helm of the team. During his tenure, he has turned the program around and been able to develop a team that advanced to the CCAC tournament four times in the last five years. The team will... Read More

Speakers explore significance of Saint Mary’s education

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Members of the Saint Mary’s community gathered on Monday to hear Dana Strait, vice president for strategy and finance, and Titilayo Ufomata, the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, speak at “Landscapes of the Spirit.” Judy Fean, vice president for mission, introduced the speakers by discussing the event’s founding four years ago. “[The... Read More

The right to be free and gay

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Let me start by stating that I immediately hold a deep respect for anyone who takes an interest in the language of the laws that govern our nation and how the Supreme Court then interprets this language into the laws’ application to the daily lives of Americans. So my interest was sparked by the column... Read More

Saint Mary’s sports teams fall to opponents in recent match-ups

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Volleyball  The Belles dropped their match against Alma at home over the weekend 3-0 (25-23,25-21, 25-14). Although the Belles got ahead early in the first set with a five point lead, Alma quickly pulled off a four point run to come within a point of Saint Mary’s. Junior middle hitter Lindsey Pelletier recorded a clutch... Read More

Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory conducts radiation, photochemistry research

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

To many students, the nondescript concrete building on Library Quad is little more than a source of vague rumors. Its exterior ornamentation consists solely of block letters merely reading “Radiation Research.” Contrary to campus legends, the Radiation Research Building, housing the Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory (NDRL), may not have 26 stories reaching underground, but what... Read More

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Advising Hours

Appointments are available between 9 am and 4 pm each day, except Tuesday when we open to students at 10 am. Schedule an advisor appointment through your Student Dashboard. We also have one advisor on walk-in duty every day.

Meet the Team

  • Dale Nees

    Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies

    Alison K. Levey

    Associate Director for Advising Services

    Lisa Heming

    Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Amy G. Radvansky

    Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Gina Shropshire

    Assistant Professional Specialist and Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Andrew Wendelborn

    Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Laura Glassford

    Program Coordinator

    Jessica Noffsinger

    Administrative Assistant

    Sharon Clancy Orban

    Academic Advisor Emeritus