Resource Fair Participants
The University of Notre Dame Alumni Association engages with our alumni, parents and friends through our global clubs, classes, and affinity group networks as well as digital neighborhoods where we gather to pray, learn, network, be inspired, and share our passions, such as traveling. These free platforms provide a distinct and meaningful way to engage with the University and fellow alumni and friends in the areas that are most important to you.
Campus Ministry encourages students to grow in their faith during their time Under the Dome. Making God known, loved and served.
Center for Student Support and Care
Comprised of the Care and Wellness Consultants and Sara Bea Accessibility Services, the primary goal of the Center is to support and advocate for students with a variety of needs. In this capacity, the Center acts as a bridge between students and the wider University community, ensuring students have access to resources and necessary accommodations.
The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures (CSLC) is dedicated to the advancement of linguistic proficiency and cultural awareness for students, staff, faculty, and spouses in all languages across the Notre Dame community.
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center is one of the main Art hubs on campus. We would love to come to the fair to promote all our building has to offer to students including great events, a discount club, and employment.
Family Resource Center
We support ND students that are parenting, married and pregnant as well as their families
Gender Relations Center
The GRC promotes moral formation consistent with our Catholic identity, mission and values in an effort to create a healthy culture at the University of Notre Dame. Committed to the spiritual, emotional and intellectual development of all students, the GRC seeks to engage the campus in respectful dialogue and seeks to build a community that fully honors the human dignity of each person as a child of God.
Graduate Career Services
Graduate Career Services supports the career development of all PhD and Masters students in the colleges of arts & letters, engineering, and science. We do this through one on one meetings, workshops, resume reviews, interview prep, and more.
Graduate Student Life
Graduate Student Life supports the success & well-being of Notre Dame post-baccalaureate students by connecting them to resources, holistic educational experiences and a vibrant & diverse community.
greeNDot is a violence prevention strategy predicated on the belief that individual safety is a community responsibility and not just that of the victim or perpetrator. The goal of greeNDot is to attract a force of engaged and proactive bystanders campus-wide to communicate that violence will not be tolerated in our community and that everyone has a responsibility to help.
Hesburgh Libraries staff will provide information on library services and resources.
The IDEA Center is the innovation hub on campus, working to help students start their journey to become founders, or help students use their skill sets to help University startups. We have resources available to help students solve world problems, and opportunities for funding to help from ideation to launch of their business.
International Student & Scholar Affairs
ISSA serves our international student and scholar community. We primarily assist in providing immigration advisement for F and J visa holders and their dependents. Additionally, we facilitate intercultural activities and work to build community for our international students on campus.
Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence
The Kaneb Center of Teaching Excellence team provides programs, services, and resources to help Notre Dame instructors best support student learning in their courses. Our evidence-based workshops help you to create goal-directed, engaged, student-centered learning experiences. Our collaborative consultations aim to meet you where you are, exploring topics including course design, teaching and learning strategies, assessment methods, and more. We aim to accompany you as you reflect on your teaching and pursue teaching excellence.
Kellogg Institute for International Studies
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies promotes research excellence on critical global challenges, with a particular focus on democracy and human development. Building on a core interest in Latin America and Africa, the Kellogg Institute fosters research on the developing world and beyond.
Kroc Institute - Graduate Minor in Peace Studies
Graduate students pursuing a terminal master’s or doctoral degree at the University of Notre Dame have the opportunity to complete a Graduate Minor in Peace Studies. The graduate minor gives students access to classes taught by core faculty members at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, who are among the premier scholars in the field. For doctoral students, combining concentrated coursework in peace studies with their primary discipline can enhance their scholarship and expand their professional options.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being
The McDonald Center for Student Well-Being (McWell) exists to help students find balance in their everyday lives by offering tools, resources, and activities that support emotional, intellectual, occupational, physical, social, environmental, and spiritual well-being.
McGrath Institute for Church Life
The McGrath Institute educates and forms leaders in the Catholic Church and within the university community.
Moreau College Initiative, Holy Cross College
The Moreau College Initiative provides a four-year undergrad education to men incarcerated at Westville Correctional Facility. Notre Dame graduate students volunteer at the college in prison, helping incarcerated men with their homework and research papers.
Multicultural Student Programs and Services fosters students in a servant-leader mindset to support their work in building a more inclusive Notre Dame community.
Notre Dame Band
The Notre Dame Band is an integral part of campus life. Each year over 500 student musicians participate in the three concert bands, three jazz bands, section ensembles, varsity bands, and most notably the Band of the Fighting Irish, the University’s marching band. Over the course of a school year the band will perform numerous concerts, provide music for liturgies and masses, perform at Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, and Ice Hockey games, and plays the greatest of all fight songs, the Notre Dame Victory March, as the Irish football team competes each fall.
Notre Dame Human Resources
Human Resources will be on site to discuss and/or process parts 1 and 2 of the I-9.
Notre Dame Initiative on Race and Resilience
The Initiative on Race and Resilience is a community of scholars, students, artists, and community organizers united in the fight against systemic racism and in support of communities of color. Global in scope, comparative and interdisciplinary in critical approach, IRR pursues its mission through a focus on research, education, and community empowerment.
Notre Dame Police Department
Representatives from NDPD will host an information table with promotional items and engage students with conversation and answer questions regarding safety.
Office of Information Technologies (OIT)
The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) is the central division that supports enterprise-wide computing on campus. With everything from on-campus computer labs to the ND Mobile app, the OIT has you covered with the study and work tools you need.
Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values
We offer interdisciplinary graduate programs.
Residential Life will provide information and resources regarding off-campus housing for graduate students. Students are welcome to bring questions about their leases or community living.
Sacred Music Program
We are an ecumenical graduate music program with a Roman Catholic core that offers three areas of professional training: organ, choral conducting, and voice. We have several concerts per year and are always looking for students to participate in our choirs and attend events.
Snite Museum of Art
Founded on the principle that art is essential to understanding individual, shared, and diverse human experiences and beliefs, the Snite Museum of Art encourages close looking and critical thinking. Experiences with significant, original works of art are intended to stimulate inquiry, dialogue and wonder for audiences across the academy, the community, and around the world—all in support of the University of Notre Dame’s Catholic mission.
Student Activities Office
The Student Activities Office (SAO) creates a welcoming environment for student involvement at the University of Notre Dame. SAO provides spaces, resources, and programs that allow students to participate and grow outside of the classroom. Through our office students are able to participate in campus events, including Salsa Night and Comedy Night, and get involved in student groups.
University Counseling Center
The UCC provides a safe, confidential, nonjudgmental space where students can feel free to explore a wide variety of concerns and issues. The UCC operates from a stepped care model and offers a wide variety of services to assist students including self-help resources, drop-in hours, workshops, group counseling, brief goal oriented individual counseling, psychiatric evaluations and medication management, substance use assessments, nutrition counseling, and 24/7 crisis intervention services. UCC staff members are also available to consult with concerned faculty, staff parents, and/or students who are looking for guidance about how to handle a mental health concern involving a ND student.
University Health Services
University Health Services is Notre Dame's student medical center; located in Saint Liam Hall. With top-of-the-line providers on staff who specialize in sports medicine, eating disorders, and women's health, and our experienced and compassionate nursing staff, the level of care you receive at UHS is unparalleled.
University of Notre Dame Graduate School
Graduate studies at the University of Notre Dame are driven by the core conviction that Your Research Matters. The Graduate School supports student scholarly cultivation through a holistic approach to graduate training, which centers on a dual commitment to professional development and student well-being.
Africa Graduate Club
The Africa Graduate Club is a group of all Masters and PhD students of African Decent at Notre Dame. Our goal is to create a sense of community and family as well as an amazing Notre Dame experience for all Afro-Domers, helping each other with networking, community building and many other non academic initiatives. We also host the ever-growing Annual Africa Conference in conjunction with the Pulte Institute, the Kellogg Institute's Africa Working Group and the Pamoja Initiative
Association for Women in Science-Notre Dame
Our mission is to initiate, encourage, and engage women in STEM in a welcoming and supportive environment, creating a sense of belonging and providing opportunities for success. Founded in August 2012, the Association for Women in Science – Notre Dame Chapter (AWIS-ND) has become the most active graduate student group at the University of Notre Dame, organizing activities throughout the year to promote leadership, professional, and community growth.
Bangladeshi Students Association of Notre Dame (BDSA-ND)
We are an association comprising of the graduate students of Bangladeshi Origins at Notre Dame. We promote Bangladeshi culture and heritage to the Notre Dame community.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry
Each week, BCM conducts a Bible Study open to all. During this Bible study, we work toward Christian discipleship through Bible study, discussion, prayer, and counseling.
Biophysical Society Student Chapter (BPSND)
The purpose of BPSND is to foster leadership, professional development, and a sense of community amongst students whose research and interests fall at the intersection of biology, biochemistry, math, and physics.
Black Graduate Student Association
The purpose of the Black Graduate Student Association of the University of Notre Dame is to promote social and cultural cohesion, support the expansion of cultural diversity through recruitment and retention efforts and ensure academic and structural support for Black Grads at ND.
Black@ND is an organization/show/podcast that focuses on sparking thoughtful and deep dialogue on race issues/relations in the United States/Notre Dame, pop culture, and anything Black related. We strive to provide Black students on campus with a voice as well as provide our multiracial audience with an insightful view into African and African American culture.
We are the graduate student club to organize one meeting a month to discuss a selected/elected book. We provide the books and facilitate the discussion. It is a niche club but it is a great place to unwind if you love reading and discussing books with some pizza.
Catholic Graduate Community
Catholic Graduate Community is a student group dedicated to providing opportunities for prayer, fellowship, and community for Catholic (and non-Catholic!) graduate students at Notre Dame. Our regular events include morning and evening prayer, weekly rosaries, service opportunities (such as serving breakfast to the homeless), spiritual retreats, and movie nights.
Chemistry Graduate Student Organization
The Chemistry Graduate Student Organization (CGSO) is the graduate student-led organization within the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. Our mission is to represent and support all graduate students in the Department with focus on social activities, professional development, and diversity and inclusion. By being a graduate student of the Department, you are a member!
Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Notre Dame Chinese Students & Scholars Association (NDCSSA) was founded in 1991. Its primary goal is to provide help and resources to all Chinese students and scholars at University of Notre Dame. In addition to this, NDCSSA also hosts Chinese cultural events to promote Chinese culture in the area.
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute - University of Notre Dame Student Chapter
The objective of this chapter is to encourage student interest in the advancement of the science and practice of earthquake engineering and the solution of national earthquake engineering problems in order to protect people and property from the effects of earthquakes.
Electrochemical Society Student Chapter of Notre Dame (ECSND)
The ECS ND student chapter engages in communication and exchange in the field of electrochemical science both within the University of Notre Dame and with high-profile scientists around the globe. Besides plenty of social events to strengthen the electrochemical community at Notre Dame, we are hosting multiple virtual and in-person seminars with invited research experts and leaders in industry, enabling a stimulated discussion and a unique opportunity to extend students' professional network.
Expanding Your Horizons
Expanding Your Horizons is a graduate student lead group that hosts a one-day conference to introduce local middle school girls and gender expansive youth to topics in STEM. This is accomplished through fun, interactive workshops that allow the participants to meet STEM role models.
Fischer Graduate Faith Community
The Fischer Graduate Faith Community is open to all graduate and professional students at the University of Notre Dame. It is a worship community which seeks to build fellowship among the graduate students though Mass and other spiritual & social events. Daily Mass takes places every Wednesday & Friday at 8:00am and Sunday Mass takes place at 11:00am with a Social to follow. The community also hosts two annual retreats, Bible Studies, and other social events throughout the year.
Graduate Student Government
The Graduate Student Government (GSG) exists to improve the quality of life for all graduate students at the University both in the classroom and laboratory, library and in everyday life. Through the planning and support of the council consist of graduate student members, the GSG endeavors to enhance the quality of graduate education and the experience at the University.
Graduate Students Against Racial Injustice at Notre Dame
GS-ARIND is group of graduate students formed in May 2020 working at the university and department level towards actionable change to foster an inclusive and diverse environment. We offer graduate students the opportunity to be involved in a community of peers through workshops, discussion groups, volunteering, and social events.
Jewish Club of Notre Dame
The Jewish Club of Notre Dame is the official student club for Jewish life on campus. Through religious holidays, antisemitism awareness, and other events, Jewish students are able to celebrate Judaism as a religion and culture amidst a community of their peers. At the same time, the Jewish Club offers opportunities for non-Jews to learn about Judaism and participate in Jewish traditions.
The purpose of Latinx Graduate Association at Notre Dame is to build community and foster inter-cultural dialogue amongst Latinx graduate students, Latino Studies graduate students, and all interested Notre Dame graduate students who wish to participate.
Notre Dame Ultimate Frisbee Club
Science Policy Initiative
The Science Policy Initiative at Notre Dame (SPI@ND) seeks to engage students at the University of Notre Dame in issues at the intersection of science and public policy. As a member of the National Science Policy Network, we serve to unite students who have a passion for science, engineering, or other disciplines and a desire to affect policy change. We work to communicate the value of scientific research to society at large.
We are the student chapter of the international society for optics and photonics (SPIE). Our goal is to build a community between graduate students of different disciplines who conduct research in the optics/photonics field.
1st Source Bank
1st source bank retail, financial advisors, and insurance
Buy Nothing Project
The Buy Nothing Project is a national movement to build community through hyper-local gift economies. We are encouraging ND graduate students to join their local Buy Nothing Facebook group to begin connecting with their neighbors by both giving and receiving gifts of talent, time, goods, and services. It can truly be transformational, on both a personal and community level.
Get started on the path to financial independence with checking and savings accounts and credit cards designed just for students!
Downtown South Bend
Incorporated in January 2002, Downtown South Bend, Inc. (DTSB) is a not-for-profit 501c(3) organization dedicated to the continued growth and prosperity of downtown South Bend in partnership with the City of South Bend. We strive to make downtown South Bend a vibrant place to Live, Work, Play, and Love, through community events, creative marketing and promotions, effective redevelopment and recruitment initiatives, successful business retention programs and visible beautification projects.
Notre Dame Federal Credit Union
Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. Full service financial institution.
South Bend Latin Dance
South Bend Latin Dance has been keeping Michiana dancing salsa, bachata and more for 10 years. Our diverse group of dancers includes students, retirees, kids--and everyone. We welcome beginners and always start every event with a basic lesson. Our emphasis is on the social and community elements of dancing, and we welcome folks from all walks of life and places to join us!
South Bend Public Transportation Corporation
Transpo is the public transit system for South Bend and Mishawaka. We will have route maps and schedules available, as well as in-person trip planning assistance.
The Music Village
The Music Village is Michiana's community musical arts center and school, located in downtown South Bend. Music lessons, classes, jams, events, and workshops for all ages. Classes in most instruments, voice, early children's developmental music, music technology.
Tree of Life Immigration Legal Aid Clinic
We assist low-income immigrants in filing government documents that will allow them to work lawfully, let their families reunite and/or stay together, and help them find the stability that comes with legal residency and citizenship. We also raise awareness in the wider community about the needs of our immigrant neighbors. This legal aid ministry gives us a practical way to show the love of Jesus Christ to our immigrant neighbors.