It’s that time of year again! Time for us to figure out the most common names of the first year class. Last year we had plenty of saint names, will this year continue the trend? Without further ado, here are the names you are most likely to find in the...
Students will use DART to register for Fall 2018. The DART Application To check your registration status, holds, and time ticket, log into insideND and search “registration.” The icon “DART Registration- Status and Holds” will appear in the search results. Click on the icon to continue.…
First Year advisors help students with letters of recommendation for a wide variety of applications, from summer study abroad to fellowships and internships. Their tips for getting letters of rec from them are good guidelines to follow with anyone you might ask for a recommendation in the future.
As college students, cramming and then dumping information is quite common, but definitely not the best option for our learning. Here are a few ways to improve your memory and help you to retain information in all of your courses.
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!
Some students swear by the Hesburgh Library and others by the LaFortune Student Center. You’ll find your own special study spots this semester, but here’s some suggestions to try from sophomores.
Learn more about why we think that you should study Portuguese at the University of Notre Dame.
Today we have the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE). CUSE promotes the intellectual development of our undergraduates through scholarly engagement, research, creative endeavors, and the pursuit of fellowships.
First-year students must meet with their First Year advisors in person by March 31 to complete to formally declare their colleges for their sophomore year and majors when appropriate.
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.
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.
If you are like me, you may not know your exact grades in many of your courses. Several of my professors do not update grades in Sakai, so I will not see some of my grades until midterm reports come out. Coming from school systems where students and parents can...
As soon as I had all of the syllabi from my classes, I wrote down important due dates and exam times in my planner. After looking at them all together, I figured out that I have three finals in one day. On December 14th, I am supposed to take my...