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    Spring 2020 Semester Starts!
    ALL advisors are working on a walk in basis through Tuesday, January 21
    for all of the first week scheduling issues.
    DEADLINE for all class changes is January 21.
    NO EXCEPTIONS
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    Deadlines: Tuesday, January 21
    ND Roll Call, Part-Time,
    Overload, Pass/Fail, Add/Drop

Deadlines and Dates

Pass/Fail Begins Jan. 14-21st Deadline
Due Jan 21 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: Junior,Senior

Declare BEGINNING JANUARY 14 to request an ELECTIVE class pass/fail through the 21st by using the Student Dashboard Form.

Part-Time Declaration Deadline
Due Jan 21 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Senior

Only for seniors wishing to take less than 12 credit hours in their final grading semester. Use eForms on insideND. Scroll down to "Special Use Forms" to eForm titled: Graduating Semester Part Time Approval Request (UG Only)

Spring Semester Overload Request BEGINS Dec. 2
Due Jan 21 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

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.

Major Declaration Window Opens Feb. 17th & Deadline
Due Feb 21 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Sophomore

From Feb. 17 through Feb. 21st, Sophomores must use the Student Dashboard to place their major request selection.

Summer Session Registration
Due Mar 18 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Registration for Summer Session begins at 6:00am. No PIN needed.

Drop a 3 cr. Course Deadline 5pm
Due Mar 20 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Deadline for all students wishing to drop a 3 credit spring semester course. Student must use a Drop Class eForm January 22-March 18. On Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20 students must see Advisor in Room 101.

Upcoming Events

28
Jan

Winter Career & Internship Fair 2020

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Location: Dahnke Ballroom of Duncan Student Center 4:00-8:00pm

Full Time and Internship positions for all majors / all students
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10
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2020: "Women Lead"

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Location: TBA soon

The first event for this week is a Panel Discussion hosted by Joe Holt, Teaching Professor, Ethics, Mendoza College of Business. The panel features current MBA Students. Panel title: Rising Together: Gender Equity in Business

Free and open to the public. All are welcome.
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11
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2020: "Women Lead"

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Location: TBA soon

Event #2: Guest Speaker will be Carolyn Woo, former CEO of Catholic Relief Services and former Dean of the Mendoza College of Business. Presentation title: Growing into Authentic Leadership

All are welcome.
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12
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2020: "Women Lead"

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Location: TBA soon

Event #3: Guest Speaker is Cathy David, former Chief Merchandising Officer, Pier 1
Presentation title: Memoir in Progress: Stories and Souvenirs from the First Half

All are welcome.
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13
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2020: "Women Lead"

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Location: TBA soon

Event #4: Guest Speaker: Erin Bellissimo, Managing Director, Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing, and Board Member of Girls Who Invest.

All are welcome.
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14
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2020: "Women Lead"

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Location: TBA soon

Ethics Week-Event #5: Robin Kistler, Director of Non-Degree Programs for the Stayer Center for Executive Education, hosting a panel from Mendoza College :
Angela Logan, St. Andre Bessette Dir. of Nonprofit Professional Development; Amanda McKendree, Arthur F. & Mary J. O'Neil Dir. of the Fanning Center for Business Communication; Cindy Muir, Assoc. Professor, Management & Organization, MCoB; Alice Obermiller, Dir. of Experiential Learning & Leadership Development, Graduate Business Programs

All are welcome.
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28
Feb

Women's Investing Summit

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Location: Dahnke Ballroom in Duncan Student Center 8am-4:00pm

Inspiring tomorrow's ethical investment leaders, this summit is open to all interested in investing strategies and trends in finance and markets. Registration free for all ND Students and you may come and go as your class schedule allows. Registration includes lunch and a t-shirt for first 300 registrants. Submit your resume to be given to sponsor reps & speakers, as well as an opportunity for a special networking lunch. For more details, click on the title link.
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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

Irish look to rebound against conference foe No. 9 Ohio State

Friday, January 17, 2020

The No. 18-ranked Notre Dame hockey team will have a chance to bounce back after two home losses to Michigan last weekend as they go on the road Friday to take on conference rival No. 9 Ohio State (14-6-2, 7-4-1 Big Ten) for the second time this season. The Irish (10-9-3, 5-5-2 Big Ten) got... Read More

Author Robert Schmuhl shares the story behind the iconic Hesburgh-King photo

Friday, January 17, 2020

In June 1964, University President Emeritus Fr. Theodore Hesburgh was sitting at his desk when he received a phone call. The civil rights movement was in full swing, and the Catholic priest’s services were needed at a rally in Chicago. According to a report from Notre Dame Magazine, then-Chicago mayor Richard Daley and a series... Read More

‘Orange World and Other Stories’ envelopes reader in neon sensations

Friday, January 17, 2020

Karen Russell is an outstanding force in the modern literary scene. After spending undergraduate years at Northwestern, Russell received her MFA at Columbia University. Swamplandia!, her 2011 debut novel, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. In the years after this impressive debut, she received both a MacArthur and Guggenheim Fellowship. In May of 2019,... Read More

Court rules Irish 4 Reproductive Health’s lawsuit against University, Trump administration can proceed

Friday, January 17, 2020

Independent reproductive rights group Irish 4 Reproductive Health (I4RH) announced in a Friday email the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana will allow the organization’s lawsuit against Notre Dame and the Trump administration to proceed. The lawsuit was filed on the group’s behalf by the National Women’s Law Center — which released... Read More

Celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage at Notre Dame

Friday, January 17, 2020

Our school is named after Our Lady, but it is still incredibly male-dominated. The year 2020 marks 100 years of women’s suffrage in the United States, which is an important milestone. But we have a long way to go to achieve equality, even at Notre Dame. Try counting the statues of women on campus. Now... Read More

Irish can’t close out Duke on the road, drop fourth straight

Friday, January 17, 2020

The Notre Dame women’s basketball team (6-12, 1-5 ACC) travelled to Durham, North Carolina to take on Duke (9-8, 3-3 ACC) Thursday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Despite leading for almost the entirety of the game, the Irish couldn’t overcome a poor shooting performance and fell to Duke 50-47. The game was sloppy throughout, as... Read More

Saint Mary’s department of chemistry and physics launches new project to test local well water

Friday, January 17, 2020

Although water is one of the most abundant resources in the world, it exists on a wide spectrum of drinkability. Bottled water tends to be the safest option, while river and lake water should be considered non-potable. However, well water falls into a gray area. At times it can be consumed safely, but it can... Read More

Irish prepare for St. John’s, Philadelphia duals

Friday, January 17, 2020

The Notre Dame fencing team is set to compete in their second and third meets of the season this weekend. After the Elite Invitational in Philadelphia on Nov. 16, which saw the women’s team post a record of 4-1 and the men post a record of 3-2, the Irish will travel to Jamaica, New York,... Read More

Walk the Walk Week celebrates MLK Day, brings civil rights leader to campus

Friday, January 17, 2020

Notre Dame’s annual Walk the Walk Week, an event week honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Day and aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion on campus, will commence Monday. Civil rights leader Diane Nash will deliver the keynote address of Walk the Walk Week’s flagship event, the MLK Celebration Luncheon. The week will also include lectures,... 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

    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

    Alison Levey

    Associate Director for Advising Services