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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


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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‘Philanthropy and Society’ students allocate $83,000 grant to five local nonprofits

Friday, December 6, 2019

Students in professor Jonathan Hannah’s “Philanthropy and Society” course announced in a short ceremony Thursday afternoon the five groups that would receive parts of an $83,000 grant the class received from the Philanthropy Lab. After a semester spent exploring local nonprofits and conducting board meetings, the students chose to split the funds among five organizations... Read More

‘I don’t want to make excuses:’ Jackson speaks on team’s slump in weekly press conference

Friday, December 6, 2019

Notre Dame head coach Jeff Jackson discussed his team’s recent slump Wednesday in his weekly press conference. The No. 9 Irish are coming off a three-game losing streak after dropping two games to Bowling Green in Ohio and one a week earlier at Michigan State in East Lansing.  “You never look to make excuses in... Read More

ND Chorale prepares traditional Christmas performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’

Friday, December 6, 2019

For nearly 30 years, the Notre Dame Chorale has ushered in the holiday season with their performance of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah,” a wildly popular Baroque masterpiece that tells the story of Christianity in three parts. Music professor Alexander Blachly, director of the Chorale, described the piece as “indestructible.” “That’s the word that people usually... Read More

Saint Mary’s sophomore awarded international scholarship to study in Seville, Spain

Friday, December 6, 2019

Saint Mary’s sophomore Allyson Emmett will be studying in Seville, Spain from January through May after being granted the 2020 Gilman Scholarship to participate in a study abroad program this academic year. The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program is a congressionally-funded program sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S.... Read More

Scene in South Bend: Little Mexico is a west side gem of real Hispanic food

Friday, December 6, 2019

A trip to Martin’s “Hispanic food” corridor is a disappointment and a half, to say the least. Tucked between Mission Foods’ flour tortillas and Mrs. Renfro’s Gourmet Food Nacho Cheese Sauce, Taco Bell’s Taco Seasoning makes an appearance. Not to insult people who enjoy their cheap, sour-cream-filled monstrosity, but saying that Taco Bell is Hispanic... Read More

Irish renew rivalry with trip to UConn

Friday, December 6, 2019

Women’s college basketball’s most intense rivalry in recent memory will be renewed on Sunday as Notre Dame (5-5, 0-0 ACC) takes on No. 4 UConn (7-0, 1-0 AAC) at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs, Connecticut. It will be the 51st meeting all-time between the two storied programs, who have combined to win 13 national championships. The... Read More

Remembering the ‘Boot the Bell’ protests of 2004 

Friday, December 6, 2019

Before the semester comes to a close, we have one more story that deserves to go down among the Notre Dame legends: that of the Notre Dame students whose campus activism amplified a farmworkers’ labor rights movement, becoming a part of one of the most successful social impact movements in recent memory.  We all know... Read More

Stand up for your seat at the 2020 presidential debate

Friday, December 6, 2019

Four and a half months ago at home in Vermont, my sister and I sat before my laptop as the first 2020 Democratic presidential primary debate began to stream. With the political tension in my household, we didn’t bother watching it in the living room. 107 days later, I was standing in the rain on... Read More

Track and field to open indoor season at Blue and Gold Invitational

Friday, December 6, 2019

Notre Dame will kick off the indoor season this Friday in the Loftus Sports Center with the Blue and Gold Invitational. Director of track and field Matt Sparks said the team will use the meet to get baseline times and as a warmup for future meets. “It’s a pre-test to see where we are,” Sparks... Read More

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Meet the Team

  • Dale Nees

    Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies

    Alison K. Levey

    Associate Director for Advising Services

    Amy G. Radvansky

    Associate Director for Advising & Administration

    Lisa Heming

    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