Admitted Student Days Event Descriptions
South Dining Hall
The more traditional of the University's two dining halls, South Dining Hall offers a broad variety of food choices and its menus change daily. Admitted students and guests will be offered two complimentary dining hall meals to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner among our current students.
Welcome by University Leaders (Admitted Students and Parents/Guests)
Admitted students and guests will be officially welcomed by administrative and student leaders. This celebratory event will be followed by a dessert reception.
Residential Life Programming (Admitted Students and Parents/Guests)
Residential life is central to the Notre Dame experience and is perhaps one of the most distinctive features of undergraduate life at Notre Dame. Please join representatives from residential life for a conversation about the traditions, the friendships, and the community you'll find in your home under the Dome.
College Information Sessions (Admitted Students and Parents/Guests)
Students and parents will have an opportunity to learn about the First Year of Studies, the academic home of all first-year students. Additionally, representatives of our degree-granting colleges will offer sessions on the academic offerings, resources, and opportunities that exist for students.
Academic Experience (Admitted Students Only)
Each college will offer admitted students a tailored program with a glimpse into the academic environment that exists within the college as well as the opportunity to interact with faculty.
Panel Session: A Catholic Education in the Holy Cross Tradition (Admitted Students and Parents/Guests)
This moderated discussion with leaders of the Notre Dame community will explore the role of a Catholic university and the ways in which Notre Dame’s Catholic identity affords students a distinctive undergraduate education.
Understanding Your Notre Dame Financial Aid (Optional)
This session will provide attendees an explanation of how Notre Dame financial aid awards are presented. Additional information will include the value of investing in a Notre Dame education.
Student Resource Fair (Admitted Students and Parents/Guests)
Representatives from a variety of campus units who support the development and well-being of students during their time at Notre Dame will be on hand to share information and answer questions about their departments and services.