Welcome to the Office of the Registrar at the University of Notre Dame. We are excited that your family will be part of the wonderful experience that is Notre Dame.
What do we oversee in the Office of the Registrar?
- Academic calendars
- Classroom assignments
- Course creation with the academic departments
- Grades - midterm and final
- Leave of Absence/Withdrawals
- Notre Dame/Saint Mary’s College co-exchange program
- Registration for classes
- Summer Session
- Verifications/ Enrollment certifications
- Veteran’s Administration verification
If you are the parent of a first year (freshman) student, the First Year Advising Office will be of assistance the first two semesters of college. This includes counseling, registering for Fall courses, advising, and tutoring freshman students. Freshman orientation information can be found at http://orientation.nd.edu.
The Parents Program at the University of Notre Dame invites the parents of past, current, and potential students to be engaged in the life of the University of Notre Dame.
AnnouncementsFrom the Registrar
End of semester paper grade reports are not mailed due to the immediate availability of grades on insideND. The Office of the Registrar recognizes the need for paper grade reports on occasion. A request for a paper report must be completed and returned to the Office of the Registrar.
Career Center Facts and FAQ
Interesting Career Center facts and FAQ for parents and students.
Please review the latest updated COVID-19 information at https://here.nd.edu/
Please visit the Fall 2020 registration page for registration information. Class Search is available through insideND. ND Roll Call is mandatory and available to all students on insideND from August 4-17. On-line registration changes must be made by 11:59 p.m. on August 17.
Off-campus students should report off-campus phone and address changes to firstname.lastname@example.org or during NDRollCall. Students who need to change a home address/phone, please do so through email@example.com. All dorm/campus address changes should go through the Office of Residence Life and Housing.