Health and Wellness Resources
University Health Services
Located in Saint Liam Hall, University Health Services offers basic health services including annual wellness and physical examinations and radiology, pharmacy, physical therapy, and laboratory services. Call to schedule an appointment with a physician or walk-in for acute, non-emergency illnesses or injuries. Details regarding the Notre Dame-sponsored student insurance plan can also be found on the UHS website.
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center staff provides high-quality counseling services in the context of a brief treatment model to degree-seeking, currently enrolled Notre Dame students during the semester(s) in which the student is attending classes.
McDonald Center for Student Well-Being
The McDonald Center for Student Well-Being provides prevention, intervention, and education programs and coordinates assessment activities that support the health of Notre Dame students, both at the Center and across campus.
Title IX and Sexual Assault Resources
Notre Dame does not tolerate sexual and discriminatory harassment of any student, faculty or staff member of the University community. If one person is sexually assaulted on Notre Dame’s campus, it is one too many. Together, we strive to create an inclusive and safe environment where all individuals can flourish. View the full website at titleix.nd.edu.
Sara Bea Disability Services coordinates the process by which qualified students with disabilities can request and receive reasonable accommodations.
"At Notre Dame, we care about the health and well-being of our students. Through a coordinated program of assessment, response, and education, we provide early intervention in a principled way to support members of the Notre Dame community who are experiencing stressful or difficult situations. There is no concern or problem too small or insignificant. We want to become involved early so that concerns can be assessed and addressed."
Graduate School Ombudsperson
What's an Ombudsperson? An Ombudsperson "assists graduate students and post-doctoral scholars in resolving a wide range of concerns, problems, and conflicts. The ombudsperson provides a confidential place for individuals to express concerns, identify steps towards problem resolution, and makes referrals to appropriate campus resources."
As you know, many grad students experience enormous pressure - professional, personal, and financial. If you or anyone you know is feeling anxious or just need to talk, help is available. 1-877-GRAD-HLP is a national crisis line staffed by trained counselors who understand your unique pressures and know how to help. For more information about the crisis line, check out gradresources.org.
Additional Campus Resources
Support your well-being across the seven dimensions of wellness: