Offices & Departments
- Student Activities
- Gender Relations Center
- Multicultural Student Programs and Services
- Center for Social Concerns
- Student Government (Undergraduate)
- Graduate Student Union (Graduate School programs)
- Master of Business Administration Association (MBA students)
- Student Bar Association (Law School)
Other Opportunities for Student Involvement
- Campus Ministry
- Graduate Student Life
- Notre Dame Bands
- International Student and Scholar Affairs
- Job Board (student employment opportunities)
As an office within the Division of Student Affairs, the Gender Relations Center (GRC) promotes moral formation consistent with Catholic identity, mission and values in an effort to create a healthy culture at the University of Notre Dame. As the first of its kind nationwide, the GRC designs and implements programs about healthy relationships, sexuality, and gender. Committed to the spiritual, emotional and intellectual development of all students, the GRC seeks to engage the campus in respectful dialogue and seeks to build a community that fully honors the human dignity of each person as a child of God. The GRC serves the Notre Dame community through:
- Educational initiatives
- Outreach services
- Pastoral care
The Center for Social Concerns (CSC) pushes the boundaries of the classroom into the neighborhoods of South Bend and beyond. Through collaboration, partnership, and participation the Center serves as a transformative agent in the South Bend-Michiana area. This occurs in many ways.
The CSC works with University partners and more than 60 local community partners facilitating volunteer opportunities and providing transportation to and from partner sites and connecting faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students to social service organizations for community-based courses and community-based research. The Center has formalized relationships with seven of those community organizations in which a Community-Based Learning Coordinator (CBLC) works closely with the CSC. The Center also helps students, faculty, and other University constituents find non-curricular service, advocacy, community organizing, and other opportunities to become engaged locally in addressing social concerns.
As the rigors of work and academics challenge the mind, RecSports offers a balance through activities that challenge the body. RecSports programs and services are designed to meet the needs of Notre Dame students, faculty, staff, their families and retirees. Whether you are looking to learn a new skill, join a club, increase your fitness level or compete against others in a variety of leagues, RecSports has something for everyone.
RecSports is among the most comprehensive campus recreation programs in the country, and plays a vital role within the Notre Dame community. Nearly 400 programs including aquatics, fitness, intramurals, special events and more than 40 club sports, are offered, providing a broad range of activities to meet the diverse interests of a sports-minded, active student body. Over 94% of the undergraduate students participate in some form of campus recreation, among the highest participation rates in the nation. RecSports also manages several recreation facilities including the Rolfs Sports Recreation Center (RSRC), Rockne Memorial (the Rock) and St. Joe Beach on campus.
Staff Directory: recsports.nd.edu/about-recsports/staff/
Administrative Office: 100 Rolfs Sports Recreation Center
Campus Life Council
Club Coordination Council
The Club Coordination Council is responsible for all organizations operating as recognized clubs on campus. The Club Coordination Council works to promote the interests of each organization and handles budget and office space requests. Additionally, the Club Coordination Council facilitates cooperation between clubs and other branches of the Student Union. The Club Coordination Council is charged with cultivating and supporting Notre Dame's active club environment. The four primary goals of the Club Coordination Council are education, collaboration, representation, and allocation. The Club Council is chaired by the Club Coordinator and includes elected representatives and several appointed members.
Financial Management Board
The Financial Management Board, also known as FMB, is composed of the Student Union Treasurer, the Policy Branch Controller, the Student Union Board Controller, the Hall Presidents’ Council Treasurer, the Club Coordination Council Controller, the Judicial Council President, the Student Business Board Manager, all of the Class Council Treasurers, the Off-Campus Council President, and two Senators. It is the responsibility of the Financial Management Board to uphold the fiscal policy outlined in the Constitution of the Undergraduate Student Union. The Financial Management Board monitors the financial activity of organizations for misuse of undergraduate student organization funds and violations of written allocations.
Hall Presidents’ Council
The Hall Presidents Council of the University of Notre Dame is the arm of the Student Union representing campus residential life. The Council is made up of past and present Hall Presidents and Vice Presidents of the thirty undergraduate residential communities. The Hall Presidents Council is the body responsible for planning, funding, and executing residence hall events. Through weekly meetings, current student leaders identify and promote best practices in planning events for the residential community of Notre Dame.
Student Union Senate
Student Union Board
The MBA Association is responsible for acting as a liaison to, and a representative of, all Notre Dame MBA students and alumni, the University of Notre Dame community, and the greater global MBA community at large. The MBAA is responsible for activities, programs, and initiatives for the Notre Dame MBA community, including students, students’ families, faculty, and administrators. All activities of the MBAA are conducted to serve and better promote the Notre Dame MBA Program and its constituencies.
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the student government at the Law School; all students are considered members. The association performs various tasks related to student life, both social and academic, such as orientation, appointment of students to various committees, fundraising, intramural athletics and several social functions throughout the year. More generally, the officers attempt to represent student interests in any matter of sufficient importance. At the national level, the association is a member of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association.