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    Registration runs from November 18-22! PLAN EARLY!
    ALL Advisors will work on a walk-in basis from November 14-25.
    Check out spring classes on Class Search or NOVO & make a plan!
    Details were in the 11/3 WAVE. Meet w/an advisor if you have questions!
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    GOT QUESTIONS?
    We've got PEER MENTORS to talk with sophomores
    & juniors about majors, classes, internships
    or anything else business related.

Deadlines and Dates

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

Spring Semester Overload Request BEGINS Dec. 2
Due Dec 2 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: Sophomore,Junior,Senior

Use the student dashboard Overload Request Form Dec. 2-Jan. 17. On January 20 & 21, you must meet with an advisor for approval. A 3.4 GPA is the guideline unless it is for an SSLP or ROTC.

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

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 at 11:00am

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

Baraka Bouts champions crowned

Monday, November 18, 2019

Karen “Can I speak to Your Manager” Alvarez def. Danielle “Mighty Muffin” Harold The first fight of the night started out as everybody expected: heated. Both fighters came out of their corners with intensity. There were few moments in the first round where the two were not engaged. Sophomore Danielle “Mighty Muffin” Harold landed a... Read More

Notre Dame routs Navy as Claypool, Book lead on offense

Sunday, November 17, 2019

The feelings of uneasiness were palpable on Saturday in South Bend. In the 93rd continuous meeting between Navy and Notre Dame, the third longest streak in college football, the Midshipmen came into Notre Dame Stadium as the No. 23 team in the nation. With weapons like senior quarterback Malcolm Perry, and the traditional anxieties that... Read More

Students gather for sit-in against parietals, hate speech in Stanford Hall early Sunday morning

Monday, November 18, 2019

Around 30 protestors gathered in Stanford Hall from 2 a.m. to approximately 5 a.m. Sunday morning for a silent protest against parietals and for an end to hate speech on campus. In an email, University spokesman Dennis Brown said the Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) received reports of “biased slurs” being directed at individuals in... Read More

Saint Mary’s hosts screening and panel featuring HBO documentary ‘At the Heart of Gold’

Monday, November 18, 2019

The Belles Against Violence Office (BAVO) and Belles Athletics teamed up with non-profit The Army of Survivors to host a free screening of HBO’s “At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal” Sunday evening, followed by a panel and Q&A session.  The film details the scandal and trial of Larry Nassar, the osteopathic... Read More

DelVecchio: Notre Dame-Navy ‘rivalry’ needs to come to an end

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Tradition is everything at Notre Dame. From academics to residence hall life to faith-building to athletics, there is little that goes on at Our Lady’s University that isn’t deeply rooted in tradition. Because of this, branching away from the way things have “always been done” and moving on from the old days is hard to... Read More

Parietals criminalize gender itself, but we already knew that

Monday, November 18, 2019

On Sunday morning, a number of students gathered in Stanford Hall to protest hatred on campus. As one of those students, I hoped to stand in solidarity with the victims of racist and queerphobic targeted violent speech. I was proud of the protest organizers, who acknowledged the role that parietals play in perpetuating sexism and... Read More

Notre Dame alumnus talks LGBTQ+ ‘past, present and future’

Monday, November 18, 2019

Liam Dacey, a Notre Dame alumnus (’04), gave a talk about the past, present and future of LGBTQ+ acceptance at Notre Dame on Friday in DeBartolo Hall. As an undergraduate, Dacey co-founded the University’s Queer Film Festival. Today, he is a board member of Gay & Lesbian Alumni of Notre Dame & St. Mary’s (GALA-ND/SMC),... Read More

What can Disney teach us about politics?

Monday, November 18, 2019

“Prince John says taxes should hurt.” I, like many others, dove headfirst into Disney Plus last week. I didn’t know it would end with an argument over whether Robin Hood is a socialist. It turns out college students can find a reason to bring politics into anything. Nothing excites me more. So many in society... Read More

‘Doctor Sleep’ fails to shine

Friday, November 15, 2019

Upon its release in 1980, Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” polarized critics. In fact, at the first-ever Golden Raspberry Awards, not only did Shelley Duvall compete for Worst Supporting Actress but so, too, did Kubrick for Worst Director. But, like the majority of Kubrick’s films, it was only a matter of time before “The Shining” became... Read More

Get In Touch

Location

101 Mendoza

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