Helpful Resources for Graduate Students
The Graduate School at Notre Dame is responsible for broad policies and procedures governing post-baccalaureate programs in engineering, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Applications for all graduate science programs are accepted through the Graduate School.
The Office of Graduate Student Career Services provides career-related support to Notre Dame graduate students through a variety of programs and services designed to expand the number of professional opportunities.
Graduate Financial Support: Information on applying, Notre Dame loans, federal programs and cost of attendance. The Graduate School has separate and distinct funding models for doctoral programs, master’s programs, and professional master’s programs.
The Graduate Student Union (GSU) exists to improve the quality of life for all graduate students at the University, both in the classroom, laboratory, and library and in everyday life.
Housing Options for Graduate Students: The University of Notre Dame provides on-campus housing for over 900 graduate students in four facilities.
John A. Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning - The Kaneb Center stimulates scholarly reflection and conversation about teaching and supports the adoption of practices that enhance learning.
Prospective Graduate Students - Graduate School Admission Information
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