Returning to the University

You may have been informed that the University Counseling Center (UCC) would be involved in your process regarding your readiness to resume academic work.

The documents below comprise the information that will be required by the UCC in order to provide a recommendation to the appropriate person, office, or program in the decision making role regarding your return. These documents may assist you and your treatment providers while you are engaging in mental health treatment during your time away from the university.

Undergraduate Readmission Students

Your initial readmission application must be submitted to the Readmission Committee in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (http://admissions.nd.edu/) by the appropriate deadline listed on that website. Please print and complete the required UCC readmission forms and procedures outlined within them. Links to the required UCC readmission forms are listed below.

ALL completed documentation must be received by the UCC by April 24th for consideration for the subsequent Fall Semester, and November 5th for consideration for the subsequent Spring Semester.  The UCC will be able to make a recommendation to the University Readmissions Committee only after receiving all required materials. The University Readmissions Committee makes the final decision regarding any undergraduate student’s readmission.

 

Undergraduate Returning Students - Leave of Absence (COVID)

Please print and complete the required UCC returning documents and procedures outlined within them. Links to the required UCC returning documents are listed below.

ALL completed documentation must be received 30 days prior to the beginning of Spring 2021 Semester.  Please check back routinely for the exact date. 

 

Graduate Students

You must notify both your program and The Graduate School of your intention to seek readmission prior to the semester in which you plan to return. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the Graduate School will notify the UCC of your interest in readmission. Please print and complete the required UCC readmission forms and procedures outlined within them. Links to the required UCC readmission forms are listed below.

If all coursework has been completed, readmission occurs on a rolling basis throughout the year. If coursework remains, the deadline for receiving the completed UCC readmission materials is no later than April 24 (if applying for the following fall semester) or November 5 (if applying for the following spring semester). The UCC will be able to make a recommendation to the ADS ONLY after receiving all required materials.

In consultation with the ADS, the program makes the final decision regarding the graduate student’s readmission.

 

Law School Students

You must contact the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs no later than April 15 (if you are eligible for fall semester readmission) or by October 15 (if you are eligible for spring semester readmission). Please note that readmission is not automatic.

The Law School will notify the UCC of your interest in readmission. Please print and complete the required UCC readmission forms and procedures outlined within them. Links to the required UCC readmission forms are listed below.

Your readiness to return and resume the pressures of academic life at Notre Dame Law School will be evaluated by the UCC and a recommendation made to the Law School. The completed UCC readmission materials must be received no later than April 24 (if applying for the following fall semester) or November 5 (if applying for the following spring semester). The UCC will be able to make a recommendation only after received all required materials. The Law School makes the final decision regarding the student’s readmission.

MBA or MSB Graduate Students

Please contact Megan Stiphany directly for information regarding readmission.
Megan Stiphany
Director, MBA & MSB Student Services
University of Notre Dame
276 Mendoza College of Business | Notre Dame, IN 46556
574-631-4337 or 800-631-8488
574-631-8800 (fax)
megstiphany@nd.edu

Links to UCC Returning Documents
 

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the University Counseling Center at 574-631-7336