April Update

Mar 30, 2020

As you are all aware, based on the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and in the best interest of the safety of the Notre Dame community, we were instructed that all club events be postponed or canceled for the next 8 weeks (through May 10). Thank you in advance for following this guidance. In accordance, the following events have been postponed or canceled:

POSTPONED: Excellence in Teaching Conference (April 3-5)
CANCELED: Alumni Association Leadership Conference (April 16-18)
CANCELED: Blue and Gold Game (April 18)
POSTPONED/CANCELED: UND Celebrations and Hesburgh Lectures until May 10

At this time, there is no update regarding ND Day, Commencement, or Reunion. For the latest updates, see the University's website dedicated to the coronavirus (COVID-19) response.

We will monitor any updates and communicate those as appropriate. During this time of social distancing, we compiled the following list for ways that alumni and friends can still engage with the University and our club.

CANCELED: All Admitted Student Programs and Admitted Student Receptions.
CANCELED: IDEA Week 2020 - for more information, click here.
CLOSED: Eck Visitors Center; campus tours are not available. Alumni Association staff are working from home.

 

Pray with FaithND

Listen to Everyday Holiness podcast
Watch Sunday Mass weekly at 10 am ET via CatholicTV
Watch daily Mass Monday through Saturday at 11:30 am ET via ND Campus Ministry
Browse 700+ pieces of content including videos, podcasts, and articles on ThinkND
Enjoy Big Questions, a self-paced digital micro-course - “What to Believe in Uncertain Times?”
Register your account on the new myNotreDame platform and follow other clubs, classes, and groups by "joining" them.
Host leadership meetings or “meet-ups” or book clubs virtually (March 30th, 2020 @ 7PM)
Join a discussion of Just Mercy - ND Women Connect’s Spring Shared Read
Connect with alumni for advice and join online discussions at IrishCompass

 

 

In the words of Fr. Jenkins, “Notre Dame is still a community even when far apart.” Go Irish!


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