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Deadlines and Dates

Drop 1.5 Credit Class Deadline 5pm
Due Sep 24 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Last day to drop most first half semester 1.5 credit classes. (Use eForm on insideND) Look on Class Search - specifically under the course description for the class "last day to drop". Some deadlines are EARLIER than this.

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.

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.)

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

16
Sep

ITAO Career Connect

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Location: South Dining Hall 6:30-8:30pm

Come meet and network with visiting employers. Thanks to sponsors: Protiviti, PWC, Cardinal Health, Deloitte, Pariveda Solutions, Ernst & Young LLP, Davita, Guaranteed Rate
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16
Sep

Meet The Firms

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza from 7-9pm

Sophomores & FY Business Intents: Here's your opportunity to become acquainted with the accountancy industry and most prominent firms. Attire is smart casual. Hosted by Beta Alpha Psi
7-8pm: Panel Discussion-public accounting & industry firms
8-9pm: Networking in the Atrium
Deloitte, pwc, EY, KPMG, Grant Thornton, BDO, Plante Moran, Andersen, protiviti, Comcast, GE, Apercen Partners
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17
Sep

Fall Career Fair 4:00-8:00

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Location: Joyce Center Fieldhouse

Employers recruiting students for internships and full-time jobs in all industries. Business Casual Attire.
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20
Sep

IDEAS That Matter IDEA LAUNCH

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Location: IDEA Center - PIT Road

20 Hour Sprint! Bring clarity to your IDEA. Find Solutions that matter! Food/Networking/Cash Prizes. Any questions about this event contact Patti Reinhardt at preinhar@nd.edu.
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26
Sep

Berges Lecture in Business Ethics: Rachel Fichter & Ellen Hunt

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 7:00pm

This 2nd Lecture in the Series: "Reflections on the Future of Ethical Leadership in Business" by Rachel Fichter & Ellen Hunt. Ms. Fichter is Vice President of Talent at S&P Global. Ms. Hunt is Senior Vice President f Audit, Ethics & Compliance at AARP. Everyone welcome.
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2
Oct

Berges Lecture in Business Ethics: Barrett Ward

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Location: Jordan Auditorium at 7:00pm

The third in the Fall Lecture Series: "Why Publish Wages" presented by Barrett Ward, CEO of ABLE. Everyone welcome.
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11
Oct

Joe Ucuzoglu, CEO, Deloitte

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

This is the Fall 2019 Dean's Speaker Series Event #2. This is a free event and open to all.
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29
Oct

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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21
Nov

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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22
Nov

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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24
Apr

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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17
May

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

ND men’s soccer prepares for critical matches against familiar foes

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Ranked No. 10 in the nation, Notre Dame (3-1) will travel to Bloomington on Tuesday night to take on the No. 4 Indiana Hoosiers (3-0-1). The two teams are quite familiar with each other — Tuesday’s match will be the 42nd match in the history of the rivalry. Notre Dame has not found great success... Read More

Students write, perform new Fighting Irish hype song

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Jim Small didn’t expect much to come of his conversation with Jay Rivera-Herrans last November. Rivera-Herrans, a senior and film, television and theater student, was looking to write a song. Small, the University’s associate vice president for storytelling and engagement, suggested that he write it about the history of the term “the Fighting Irish.” “We... Read More

Kelly speaks ahead of consequential matchup against No. 3 Georgia

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

In his press conference Monday, Irish head coach Brian Kelly continued to comment on his team’s performance against New Mexico on Saturday while also emphasizing a shift in focus to the contest against No. 3 Georgia this weekend. In summary of No. 7 Notre Dame’s (2-0) victory over New Mexico, Kelly highlighted new players taking... Read More

New cafe hopes to offer chill vibes, relaxed community

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

While most students do not have the resources to start their own business until years after graduating from college, senior Amanda Estrada is putting her business savvy to the test early. Using the homey environment and additional space of her single, the Howard Hall resident is starting what she described as a “speakeasy cafe” in... Read More

Teams prepare for Catholic Invitational, future

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The men and women of Notre Dame cross country will take on the Catholic Invitational on Friday, a race that entails the meeting of 23 catholic universities and colleges racing against each other.  Associate distance head coach Matt Sparks is optimistic about the team’s potential for the season and is looking ahead to later races. ... Read More

Fighting for our family

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

What does it mean to be part of a family? I’ll leave the answer to my philosopher roommates or my theologian wife, but surely, it’s more than meets the eye. Surely, it’s not ad hominem attacks, assaults on each other or disagreeable rules. Siblings fight, children rebel and parents make difficult choices, but the essence... Read More

Indian special-needs school founder speaks at Saint Mary’s

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Chitra Shah, the founder and director of Indian non-profit Satya Special School, spoke at the Saint Mary’s Carroll Auditorium on Monday. Satya Special School is the largest rehabilitation program for children with special needs in Pondicherry, India, servicing over 900 children. “I come from a privileged background,” Shah said. “When I say privileged background, I... Read More

Netflix’s ‘Tall Girl’ falls short

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

I had such high hopes for “Tall Girl,” but those hopes were dashed within the first 10 minutes.  “Tall Girl” is a Netflix original movie directed by Nzingha Stewart — the directorial debut of her first feature film. Before the trailer was released to the public, the film was lauded for giving a directorial opportunity... Read More

A house divided: The Notre Dame family

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Five months ago, my little sister performed the ultimate act of betrayal upon our family – she chose to attend the University of Michigan instead of Notre Dame. Obviously, she has been disowned and written out of the will, and she is no longer welcome at family holidays. Kidding (mostly). For those of you –... Read More

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Location

Temporarily located in 270 Mendoza (access ONLY from the SW stairwell - Stayer side of building closest to quad)

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

    Academic Advisor

    Amy G. Radvansky

    Academic Advisor

    Gina Shropshire

    Academic Advisor and Assistant Professional Specialist

    Andrew Wendelborn

    Academic Advisor

    Laura Glassford

    Program Coordinator

    Sharon Clancy Orban

    Academic Advisor Emeritus