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University News

Notre Dame commencement to be held online

In a letter to the Class of 2020, Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced that commencement on May 17 will be held online rather than in Notre Dame Stadium. An on-campus celebration is scheduled for spring 2021. (More...)
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Miss campus? Use these backgrounds: Zoom, you're there!

Virtual meetings and lectures are the new normal. If you miss campus and its iconic settings, this could help: Notre Dame backgrounds for Zoom are available for download. At your next Zoom meeting, look like you're in La Fortune or Father Hesburgh's office. (More...)
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Review your Okta settings for access to ND services

As you work or teach remotely, confirm you have two available devices/methods to complete the two-step Okta login. (More...)


Use your technology safely when working remotely

Many faculty and staff are teaching and working away from campus for the first time. OIT has offers like this one: Don't let anyone else at home use your work computer. (More...)

Campus News (video)

Student mail readdressed, sent home, thanks to this team

There is a saying that many hands make a lighter load. Add in blue latex gloves, and that’s what happened last week when Campus Safety and University Operations division supervisors helped campus mail staff collect and readdress student mail to be sent home. (More...)
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Community News

Personal protective equipment donated to county

With support from Notre Dame Research (NDR), labs across campus are donating gloves, masks, isolation gowns and other personal protective equipment to send to St. Joseph County Unified Command, which coordinates the county's coronavirus response. (More...)

Community News

Perishable food goes to local charities

As Campus Dining restaurants prepared to temporarily close, chefs organized food into what could be stored and what could be donated to local charities like Cultivate Culinary. (More...)
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University News

Admissions meets (virtually) with 1,051 admitted students

Don Bishop, associate vice president, Christy Pratt, director of admissions, and Joyce Lantz, director of recruitment and communications, met virtually last week with admitted students and their parents. The coronavirus pandemic forced the on-campus event to go online. (More...)


Stay active at home

Working remotely has thrown off our daily routines. Have you carved out time to work out? RecSports reminds you that if you have a body, you have a gym! Here are some indoor and outdoor tips for staying active. (More...)


DPAC rolls out virtual movie club

Enjoy the show at your convenience, then join with fellow movie buffs each evening for a virtual movie club hosted by the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center (DPAC). (More...)

Campus Community (video)

Social distancing can't silence the Notre Dame Glee Club

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It's strange to see Mass celebrated in an empty church, but don't let the photo fool you. Since mid-March, when public Masses were suspended across the country due to the coronavirus, virtual attendance to daily Mass at the Basilica has increased exponentially. (More...)
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