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    It's as easy as finding Big Ben in London.
    Sophomores may meet with ANY advisor to get approval
    for ANY location. But don't wait! The deadline for Mendoza
    meetings is 10/13. Schedule your appointment online today!
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    Come to the Mendoza Atrium on Wednesday, October 4th
    between 5 & 7 pm to meet with faculty and upperclassmen
    from each of the six majors and the Career Center.

Deadlines and Dates

Study Abroad Application Approvals
Due Oct 13 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Sophomore

Deadline for all Mendoza Sophomores to receive advisor and Dean's approval for Study Abroad Applications. Student must schedule appt. (from Student Dashboard) between Sept. 15 - Oct. 13, 2017

Request Tutor Deadline
Due Oct 13 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Deadline to request a fall semester business course tutor. Log into your Student Dashboard and submit the online form.

Spring Semester Classes Viewable
Due Oct 26 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

The spring semester course catalog is available online to view.

Drop a 3 cr. Class Deadline 5pm - NO EXCEPTIONS
Due Oct 27 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Students may submit an eForm to drop a course between September 1 and October 24. You must see an advisor to drop a course Wed., Oct. 25 through Fri., October 27 before 5pm in Room 101.

Drop 2nd Half Semester 1.5 Credit Class Deadline 5pm
Due Nov 17 - 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 your course description. Some deadlines are EARLIER than this. (Use eForm on insideND unless you are wishing to drop after October 24, then you need to go to Room 101)

Final Exam Conflict
Due Dec 1 - 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 on insideND between October 30-Dec. 1

Upcoming Events


Decade of Decisions

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 4pm

Find out more about Accounting and Consulting Careers. Are you Creative? Good with People? A strong writer? A problem solver? This is a presentation open to ALL Majors sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Department of Accountancy.


Mendoza Major Night

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Location: Mendoza Atrium at 5pm

Sophomores: Faculty, Business Club Representatives, Career Center staff, and Upperclassmen will be on hand to talk with you about choosing a major that best fits your skills, interests and career goals.


Boardroom Insights Speaker: Diane M. Aigotti

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 10:40am

#3 of seven in this Fall Semester's Boardroom Insights Speaker Series: Diane M. Aigotti, Executive Vice president and CFO of Ryan Specialty Group. Everyone welcome.


Boardroom Insights Speaker: Tony Crudele

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 10:40am

#4 of seven in this Fall Semester's Boardroom Insights Speaker Series: Tony Crudele, Former Executive Vice President and CFO of Tractor Supply Co. Everyone welcome.


Boardroom Insights: Paul Reilly

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 10:40am

Event #5 in this Fall Semester's Boardroom Insights Speaker Series: Paul Reilly, Chairman and CEO of Raymond James Financial. Everyone welcome.


Boardroom Insights Speaker: Crane Kenney

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 10:40am

The sixth event in this Fall Semester's Boardroom Insights Speaker Series: Crane Kenney, President of Business Operations for the Chicago Cubs. Everyone welcome.

Latest Observer News

Irish Insider: Michigan State

Friday, September 22, 2017

Check out all of our content from this week’s Irish Insider: Crawford looks to excel on field and leave injuries behind Irish continue to hone in on offensive identity Padanilam: Irish shouldn’t settle for mediocrity Notre Dame buckles down for Michigan State defense Michigan State offers Notre Dame chance to sure up cornerback position Head

Walsh Hall crowns Mr. O’Neill as Mr. ND during signature event

Friday, September 22, 2017

Walsh Hall hosted its 17th annual Mr. ND Pageant, which invites men from each of Notre Dame’s male dorms to compete for the ultimate title of “Mr. ND,” on Thursday. The Mr. ND Pageant is Walsh Hall’s signature event, with all proceeds from ticket sales benefitting Joseph Academy — founded 34 years ago by Notre Dame alumni

No. 1 Notre Dame aims to stay perfect against Virginia Tech

Friday, September 22, 2017

Again finding itself at the top of the college soccer world, No. 1 Notre Dame looks to keep its perfect start intact as it travels to Blacksburg, Virginia, to face Virginia Tech this Friday. Last season, Notre Dame (6-0-0, 2-0-0 ACC) also started a perfect 6-0 and earned the No. 1 ranking before a road

Flash in the pan: a look at Notre Dame’s student music scene

Friday, September 22, 2017

“Hey dudes! For those of you who don’t know us — which is, like, all of you — we’re JV Band Club, from the middle of nowhere. If you could, er, I don’t know, like buy our CDs or some s—, we’d totally appreciate it. It’s a three-hour van ride home, and we’re hoping to make

Preventing Catholic jihadist judges

Friday, September 22, 2017

Had Notre Dame law professor Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing to serve as a circuit judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the seventh circuit been scheduled in the late 1590s, William Shakespeare may have based an entire gossip and rumor-filled chapter on judicial political posturing in his comedy, “Much Ado About Nothing.” But

Observer Editorial: Building our home under the Dome

Friday, September 22, 2017

Last week, Notre Dame announced that beginning with the class of 2022, the University will require students to live on campus for six semesters. Although vice president for student affairs Erin Hoffmann Harding said during a town hall held Sept. 13 that the administration sees this decision as “solidifying a trend that already exists,” many

Interhall squads prepare for Week 2 matchups

Friday, September 22, 2017

Carroll v. Duncan By Ellie Olmanson The Carroll Vermin and Duncan Highlanders are set to face off this Sunday, where both teams will be looking to obtain their first win of the season as last week’s games were postponed until Oct. 8 due to inclement weather. Although they were down 12-7 to Fisher in the

Students stay connected to Notre Dame football while studying abroad

Friday, September 22, 2017

DUBLIN — There are a few places where smoke machines are almost always a welcome addition — under the stage at a concert, in the background while a magician wows you with a dazzling new trick or set just off stage in a performance of “Macbeth” to give the performance an air of mystery. The very

Television personality discusses being conservative, feminist as a Latina

Friday, September 22, 2017

FOX News contributor, author and spokeswoman for the LIBRE Initiative Rachel Campos-Duffy spoke on being Hispanic, modern-day conservatism and feminism at an event in the Carey Auditorium on Thursday night. The lecture, titled “Si Se Puede: Latina and Conservative,” was sponsored by Notre Dame Young Americans for Freedom and the Notre Dame College Republicans. Campos-Duffy

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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

    Sharon Clancy Orban

    Academic Advisor

    Lisa Heming

    Academic Advisor

    Amy G. Radvansky

    Academic Advisor

    Gina Shropshire

    Academic Advisor and Assistant Professional Specialist

    Laura Glassford

    Administrative Assistant

    Melissa Kitkowski

    Office Assistant