What is on-campus living like for graduate students? Is it similar to undergraduate on-campus resident life?
Notre Dame has four facilities comprising two residential communities for graduate and professional students. (http://housing.nd.edu/graduate/)
While both communities strive to provide the same strong sense of connection and support experienced in our undergrad halls, and are held to the same standards of conduct, living on-campus as a post-baccalaureate student is very different than as an undergrad. Here are some of the key differences:
- Students live in individual apartments & townhouses, not dormitories, which allows for greater independence and autonomy.
- Evening quiet hours are observed all year long to provide an environment conducive to scholarly success.
- Registered guests may stay with you, with written permission of all roommates.
- You get to park right outside your front door!
If you would like more information about living on campus, please be in touch directly with hall staff: