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The following academic resources are provided to undergraduate, graduate and professional students at the University of Notre Dame.
Resources for Student Constituencies
Colleges and Schools
The Academic Articles
define the structure of academic governance at the University, and the participation of faculty, students, and administrative officers in academic governance. The major topics addressed by the Academic Articles include:
Faculty Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure/
University Registrar: Charles T. Hurley, III
300 Grace Hall
The Office of the Registrar, located in 300 Grace Hall, is your source for most student academic services. Their website at registrar.nd.edu provides details for many of the services described here.
The Office of the Registrar provides the following academic services: managing student registration, publicizing the University class schedule each term, viewing student class schedules, administering ND Roll Call, processing official leaves-of-absence and withdrawals, maintaining the student’s academic record, collecting and processing grades, overseeing the privacy of student records, executing major/college change requests, providing official transcripts and enrollment verifications, maintaining student off-campus and home addresses, publishing the official academic calendar, creating and distributing final and departmental exam schedules, reserving University classroom space, organizing the University Commencement Ceremony, production of diplomas, supporting the Graduation Progress System (GPS) degree audit service, facilitating publication of the Academic Bulletins of Information, and interpretation and enforcement of the University’s Academic Code.
InsideND is an online portal service which allows web access to real-time student and course information, and data encryption ensures information security. Found online at inside.nd.edu, insideND allows access from any web connection: on campus, from home, or abroad. Information provided through insideND by the Office of the Registrar includes many of the academic services listed above.
Director: Charles T. Hurley III
300 Grace Hall
Classes are offered on various schedules during the summer session. The most common format is a six-week term which ordinarily begins in the third week of June and ends in the last week of July. Notre Dame continuing students register for the summer session, as for any other term, through web registration.
Summer session courses are taught by Notre Dame and some visiting faculty.