Resources for Undergraduate Students
The College of Science offers its students a rich and diverse undergraduate experience. All classes are taught by teaching and research faculty, and students are exposed to unique research opportunities. Students are also encouraged to join academic clubs, and many opportunities exist in the South Bend community for volunteer services.
For students in the College of Science with academic related questions, please contact your academic advisor within your major. For further assistance and as necessary, you may contact Associate Dean Malgorzalta Dobrowolska-Furdyna or Assistant Dean Kathleen Kolberg, 215 Jordan Hall of Science, 574-631-6375.
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Code of Honor
- Career Center
- First Year of Studies
- Hammes Bookstore
- Honesty Committee, College of Science (58kb PDF)
- Undergraduate Research
- University Writing Center
- Campus Events
- Du Lac: A Guide to Student Life
- Food Services
- Student Activities Office - Clubs & Events
- Office of Housing
- The Observer
Notre Dame students are active volunteers in the South Bend community and beyond. The Center for Social Concerns is the best resource for more information about local, national and international service opportunities.
Students interested in community-based learning courses can review a list of available classes.