You Come to Us
Are you planning to be in South Bend, Indiana, or on Notre Dame’s campus? Whether you are an individual curious about graduate studies at Notre Dame, or a higher education professional bringing a group of prospective students to campus, welcome! We are excited for your visit! Below are tips for planning the ultimate Notre Dame experience.
Get in touch with John Lowery, Ph.D., Recruitment Strategies Program Director:
John would be happy to meet you during your time in South Bend! He can tell you about the different ways graduate studies at Notre Dame will nourish your research pursuits and develop you as a professional and a person. Get in touch with John to let him know when you’ll be on campus and set up a time to meet, or schedule a virtual visit.
Get in touch with your intended program:
Graduate admissions functions differently from undergraduate admissions in that many of your questions in advance of the application are best directed to the Degree Program to which you are applying. If you plan to be on campus, contact the program's Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) in order to learn about the ways in which to launch your path as a researcher and professional. To learn more about your intended program, visit the Degree Programs page.
Schedule a campus tour:
Many of our students report that our beautiful campus is one of their favorite elements of graduate studies at Notre Dame. Its beauty, which has been recognized by publications like Condé Nast and Travel + Leisure, provides students with an idyllic, peaceful environment for producing powerful scholarship. As well, its library, laboratories, performance centers, and career centers are state of the art.
But don’t take our word for it. See for yourself! Schedule a free campus tour by contacting the Eck Visitors Center.
Plan a Group Visit:
We are very enthusiastic to welcome large groups from undergraduate institutions. If you are a higher education professional planning a group tour, please contact us to maximize your group’s experience of Notre Dame.
General Visitors Information:
Visiting a new campus can be overwhelming. Please visit the Notre Dame Visitors page for a campus map and more detailed information.