ON-CAMPUS PARENT WEEKENDS
Three special on-campus parent weekends are First Year Orientation, Junior Parent Weekend, and Commencement Weekend.
Football weekends often provide opportunities to spend time on campus with your student. The Ticket Office has designated three games this season for parents to be able to obtain tickets. The 2017 designated parent games are September 30, November 4, and November 18. Current parents receive a special ticket application in April for these two games. Incoming first year parents received their applications in June.
2017 Football Schedule - Parent Games are September 30, November 4, and Nov. 18.
Bringing your student to Notre Dame as they begin their college career is an exciting and full weekend. Coordinated by First Year of Studies and the Division of Student Affairs, the weekend involves Division of Student Affairs residence hall activities, First Year of Studies academic orientation, Campus Ministry’s special Mass for students and parents, and the Official University Welcome hosted by Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. The Parents Program and the Alumni Association provide hospitality and support at locations throughout the campus.
Sophomore Parents Weekend is a student led event by the Sophomore Class Council. Please check with your student for date and event information.For additional questions, please contact the Student Activities Office at 574-631-7308.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18. http://jpw.nd.edu JPW is an event managed by the JPW Student Committee. Feel free to contact the committee with any questions via email at email@example.com or 574.631.7308.
The tremendous support you have given your student is culminated in Commencement Weekend. Coordinated by the Registrar’s Office, go to commencement.nd.edu to get all the details on the weekend, including dates, tickets, housing, and parking.
Click above to view the most recent webcast - Spring 2017 semester. Webcast date for Fall 2017 will be announced in the weekly parents e-newsletter in the coming weeks
Each spring we celebrate Notre Dame's mission to do good in the world through the stories of students, alumni, parents, and friends of Notre Dame. Notre Dame Day also provides an opportunity to give back by supporting what means the most to you at the University. This could be your child's residence hall, student activity group, program of study, or hundreds of other areas.
The Harper Cancer Research Institute invites the Notre Dame family to walk in honor of—and in solidarity with—all those who have been impacted by cancer. The inaugural Walk for Hope will raise money to support cancer research at Notre Dame. The walk will begin at 4:30 PM on Thursday, May 4th at Irish Green and conclude with a prayer service at the Grotto. Candles will be available at the Grotto for participants to light in honor of a loved one affected by cancer. A donation of $10 is suggested.
Those interested in the event can register to walk (or to have someone walk on their behalf) at the Walk for Hope registration page.