Often freshman year involves a lot more independent study than high school. It can be a struggle to learn how to learn and retain information on your own. I decided to ask the first-year advisors what some of their favorite study tips are.Read Full Article
As the first round of exams approaches, it is normal to feel stressed and overwhelmed. Here are a few tips from Jenna Gehl Jones at the McWell Center to stay healthy— mentally and physically! Read More
You’ll find your own special study spots this semester, but here’s some suggestions to try from sophomores. Read More
The Moreau First Year Experience course sequence, FYS10101 and FYS 10102, has become an integral part of the lives of first-year students at Notre Dame. Currently in its second year, this course is designed to help them make a seamless transition to life at the University by facilitating the integration of their academic, co-curricular, and residential experiences. The instructors for the course, drawn from units all over campus, are the heart of this experience.
Mr. Tom Guinan, Associate Vice President for Administrative Operations for Notre Dame International, is an example of a non-traditional instructor who relishes the opportunity to connect with first-year students. Read More