Hi there! My name is Bailey Jordan, I’m a sophomore Architecture major with a minor in Energy Studies. I’m from Venice, Florida but on campus I live in Lewis Hall, home of the chicks and the largest women’s dorm at Notre Dame!
In the dorm, I’m the photography and ND Day commissioner, a hall clerk, and I play both indoor and outdoor volleyball for Lewis. Dorm sports are one of my favorite ways to help your dorm win Hall of the Year!
Around campus, I’m a tour guide, my sophomore representative for the Student Association for Women in Architecture, chair of marketing and local outreach for the World Hunger Coalition, and of course, a member of the New Media team for undergraduate admissions.
I came to Notre Dame for the unique architecture program, fun traditions, and faith but Notre Dame proven to be so much more than anything I could’ve predicted. This campus is genuinely my home away from home and the relationships I’ve made and experiences I’ve had are absolutely priceless. Everyone’s life at Notre Dame is completely unique, and I’ve really enjoyed being able to pick classes, jobs, and activities that help me feel like I’m making the most of my college career.