This is a weekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Notre Dame.
This is a weekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Notre Dame.
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Campus news for faculty and staff
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Students in a Mendoza College of Business graduate program meet for the first time on campus for classes in several months.


Students HERE for classes for first time since April

Last week, students enrolled in Mendoza's Master of Science in Finance and the Master of Science in Business Analytics programs were the first to attend in-person classes on campus in four months. The fall semester begins Monday, August 10, with most students taking classes on campus. The new normal includes face masks and physical distancing. (See photo gallery.)
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Dual-mode teaching/ learning enhancements

Improved audio and video capabilities will enhance the experience for in-person and remote students and faculty. Technology updates will continue to be made. (More...)
A photo of a warehouse and a person driving a forklift


Stocked up: Hand sanitizer, disinfecting supplies available

In preparation for reopening of campus, the warehouse has stocked a variety of disinfecting and sanitizing supplies for departmental purchase. Items purchased will be delivered to departments. For ordering instructions and a catalog of items available, click here.


Parking reminders as semester approaches

Parking Services has extended the expiration date for 2019-20 faculty/staff hang-tag permits through June 30, 2021. As always, please honor accessible (handicap-designated) and reserved (paid) parking spaces. Anyone parking in these spaces without proper authorization will be ticketed and may be towed. (More...)  
Vice President of Research Bob Bernhard stands in front of a huge prortable movie screen on the back of a semi-truck at St. Pat's Park on July 7, 2020.


VP hosts drive-in for Notre Dame Research faculty/staff

The pandemic did not spoil plans for the annual Notre Dame Research "We Love July" celebration. Being mindful of University budget constraints and the need to physically distance, Vice President for Research Bob Bernhard and wife, Deb, personally hosted the party at St. Patrick's County Park, complete with awards and a pop-up drive-in movie. (More...)
Girl working on her laptop outside on a blanket.


Tuition benefit reminder for parents of college students

A reminder to parents using the portable tuition benefit for their children: Now is the time to submit your tuition benefit application for the fall 2020 semester. To get started, review the tuition benefit policy, then fill out the application form and send via email to For more information, consult the additional information on educational benefits for Notre Dame faculty, staff and dependents, or contact askHR at 574-631-5900.


Food rescue partnership reaches milestone

The partnership between Notre Dame and Cultivate Food Rescue has led to the collection of 100,000 pounds of food to battle hunger and reduce food waste. (More...)

Health & Safety

Quality testing shows campus water is safe to drink 

Some say the campus water tastes a little different. The most common complaint is that it tastes “metallic,” causing some to believe it's unsafe to drink. Testing and monitoring Notre Dame’s water quality shows it is completely safe to drink. (More...)
Graphic says that testing shows that campus water is safe to drink.
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