Advising, Tutoring, & Academic Support Services

University Advising

Academic Advising at the University is committed to working with our students during these uncertain times.  All advising offices will offer virtual meetings for students and students should contact their academic advisors or advising deans directly for information on how to schedule a meeting.   For information about the University academic calendar, continue to refer to the Office of the Registrar’s website. 

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College of Arts & Letters 

The University and College of Arts and Letters are committed to maintaining tutoring and academic support services throughout the current crisis. Though in-person meetings are not possible while social distancing protocols are in effect, each unit will maintain contact with students and continue to offer services via email, phone, Zoom meetings, and/or Google Hangout meetings.  

For academic advising, you can schedule an appointment with your AL advising dean by calling 574-631-7098 or 574-631-8636 and with your departmental/program advisors by email.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering is committed to maintaining academic support services to students as they transition to the online learning environment.  For most courses, individual professors are ready to connect students with academic resources such as in-class tutors or special office hours with the instructor, etc. Students can also inquire and request services by contacting their Director for Undergraduate Studies or the Dean's Office (Assistant Dean Ryan --

College of Science

The College of Science is committed to maintaining academic support services to students as they transition to the online learning environment.  For most courses, individual professors are ready to connect students with academic resources such as in-class tutors or special office hours with the instructor, etc.

Mendoza College of Business

Our focus in the Mendoza Undergraduate Advising Office is to try and maintain our current level of advising and administrative support for our students, recognizing that the traditional in-person interaction will be replaced with Zoom meetings and email.  We will continue to publish and distribute pertinent announcements and information which affects every student, each Sunday evening via the Mendoza Wave.  The other primary resource will be the Mendoza Undergraduate Website where students can find general information related to Mendoza as well as key University initiatives that impact their academics.  It is here that students can also login to their individual "Dashboards" for specific items such as making an appointment to speak with an advisor via Zoom.

The Keough School of Global Affairs

We encourage undergraduate students in curricular and co-curricular programs within the Keough School to stay in contact with their Keough program(s) advisor(s). Faculty teaching in our programs are working closely with students in their classes to support the transition to e-learning and make accommodations for anticipated challenges. Students interested in the Keough School or with general questions about School programming may contact Dr. Denise Ayo, Associate Director of Undergraduate Programs (  

The Writing Center

The University Writing Center is offering on-line tutorial assistance with writing projects for the Fall 2020 semester. Notre Dame students, faculty, and staff seeking assistance with writing can schedule a one-to-one online appointment here: For more information about the Writing Center, go here:

Center for the Study of Languages and Culture

The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures (CSLC) offers online (zoom) one-to-one peer tutoring in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, Cherokee, English (EAP), French, German, Greek, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swahili. To schedule a peer tutoring session, make an appointment online. For questions on CSLC services, contact: or 1-574-631-5881 or

The Learning Resource Center

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) provides first-year students (and those students who take first-year courses) a supportive and conducive environment for learning. Sessions are offered through various programs including help sessionssmall group tutoring, and collaborative learning. Beginning Monday, March 23rd, the LRC will be tutoring/leading through Zoom remotely. At this time, the sessions are open only to students who already participated in the LRC in various programs before the spring break. For more information, please contact the LRC by email at or call (574) 631-529.

Notre Dame Scholars Program

The Notre Dame Scholars' Program staff will be available for one-on-one appointments for the rest of the Spring semester. We will also be regularly checking email and voicemail. Please visit our website for links to our appointment calendars as well as our email addresses and phone numbers. In addition, we will begin hosting virtual Monday Meetups for all scholars via Zoom beginning on Monday, March 30 at 3 p.m EDT. Please refer to our Scholars' email newsletter for additional details.

The Balfour-Hesburgh Scholars Program

The Balfour-Hesburgh Scholars Program office in 114-C Haggar Hall will be open from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, for individual appointments. Please contact Dr. Cecilia Lucero or Ms. Michelle Smith Ware for information about the tutoring schedule and additional resources.

ND QuestBridge

The ND QuestBridge chapter has suspended all event programming for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19 concerns. If you have any monetary concerns with finding a way to leave campus or concerns about finding a way to stay on campus, please contact the Office of Student Enrichment at There is a Facebook Support Group specifically for QuestBridge Scholars and Alumni. Please consider if you believe it can be of use. For additional information, please email Barkley Barton at

The AnBryce Office 

The AnBryce Office will operate largely remotely for the Fall 2020 semester.  Our Haggar Hall office will be open M-Th from 3-7pm and F 10am-1pm staffed daily by one of our team.  Scholars should also be on the lookout for regular Zoom invitations to "class" and "family" meetings. Scholars having specific questions or concerns related to Financial Aid/OSE, family wellbeing, or health/wellness should contact Amanda Hammond. For questions related to campus employment, summer employment, or virtual community outreach opportunities students should contact Sarah Kubinski.  For academic advising, mental health issues, or all other issues, big or small, students may contact Drs. McKenna and Pierce. First year students should consult the LRC for study groups and tutoring.  All students may contact us for assistance with specific course needs. The University Writing Center and the Hesburgh Library are both still functioning remotely.

Notre Dame International – Study Abroad

For all study abroad students whose academic continuity faces disruption, guidance has been provided and is available on the Study Abroad Website. Students are advised to keep in touch with their study abroad program directors, their DUSs and advising deans as they make the transition to complete this semester at home. All study abroad advisors are available online. For questions, please write to or call 5474-631-1138.

Academic Services for Student-Athletes 

Student-Athletes will continue to have access to academic support and resources through Academic Services for Student-Athletes. If a student-athlete has questions or concerns about accessing resources, they should contact their academic counselors directly. Contact information is found on our website at  Academic Counselors will be available by phone and email to address student concerns.