At Notre Dame, there are three curricular configurations: Majors which are comprised of eight to ten three-credit classes, supplementary majors which require twenty-four credits, and minors which require fifteen credits. What is the benefit of a minor?
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Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies professor Ghada Bualuan presents the Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for increased cultural proficiency, studying abroad, and more.
The Class of 2020 will register for spring semester November 21-22. Here are some guiding questions that may help you make good course choices.
To answer this question, I spoke with Dr. Maureen Dawson, Assistant Dean for Cultural Competency and Engagement in the First Year of Studies.
Rev. Donald G. LaSalle, Jr., S.M.M., is an academic advisor in the First Year of Studies and also serves as an assistant director of the FYS Peer Advising Program.
Zoë Gioja is the National Fellowships Coordinator for the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE). She advises first-year and sophomore students who are interested in applying for national fellowships.
When you heard we had to create an ePortfolio this summer, did you think, “What is that?” or “How could that be helpful in any way?”
First-year fencers Christina Boitano and Julia Barry were asked about the hardest part of being a student athlete. Both replied, “Time management.” Time management can be difficult any first-year student, but even harder if you are an athlete.