How do you want to get connected at Notre Dame? With professional organizations and development programs, volunteer opportunities and family activities, the resources listed below are just a starting point for life on and off campus. Get connected and see how much Notre Dame has to offer!

For Everyone

Calendar of Events

The events calendar includes activities taking place on campus – including lectures, exhibits, and arts and entertainment.


Discover how you can become part of one of the organizations on campus that strive for diversity and inclusion for all our community—students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Campus Ministry

Foster your spiritual growth and explore how you can enhance and develop your lifelong faith formation through Campus Ministry.

Public Affairs

Learn more about how the University supports South Bend, St. Joseph County and the surrounding area, and how you can get involved with local non-profit organizations.

Notre Dame JOBboard

A service of the Office of Financial Aid, these online postings are open to students and faculty/staff seeking on- and off-campus job opportunities, including community service and childcare.


Check out RecSports for fitness classes, family activities, intramurals and more.

Faculty & Staff

Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources is your campus resource for information about benefits, professional development programs and everything that makes Notre Dame the workplace of choice.


The faculty/staff newspaper, NDWorks Quarterly, is published four times a year and can be picked up at several locations around campus.

Office of the Provost

The office offers a number of general reference tools for new faculty, including the Faculty Handbook, specific forms, reports, etc.


Division of Student Affairs

With a number of departments and organizations, the division of Student Affairs enhances student life with ten student-service departments, including:

Gender Relations Center – The GRC creates dialogue on campus by collaborating with student clubs, other departments at Notre Dame and community organizations in South Bend.

Office of Residential Life – In addition to coordinating housing assignments for on-campus students, the Office of Residential Life is available as a resource to students who wish to live off-campus.

Student Activities Office – This office offers intellectual, spiritual, cultural, recreational, social, leadership and employment opportunities for students.

Graduate Student Life

Offering a wide range of resources and experiences outside of the classroom, Grad Student Life assists students in sustaining a healthy and happy life at Notre Dame.

Center for Social Concerns

The CSC provides community-based learning courses, community-based research and service opportunities for students and faculty.

International Student Services and Activities

ISSA offers a variety of support services and programs to help international students and scholars make the most out of their time at the University.