Graduate

GRADUATE STUDENT HOUSING OPTIONS

The University of Notre Dame provides on-campus housing for nearly 600 graduate students in four facilties. Assignments to family housing units are managed by the Office of Housing, while assignments for single graduate students are managed by Bradley Company. Please read below for facility-specific information.

The Division of Student Affairs continues to grow the services related to health and wellness, career services and professional development, student development and campus ministry offered for graduate students and their families. This includes support for the Graduate Student Life office, formed in 2012, which aims to enhance the educational experience of and quality of life for Notre Dame graduate students. The University has also committed to expanding the referral services we offer to students that assist them in obtaining safe, affordable, and convenient housing. 

 

Fischer        O'Hara Grace

FISCHER GRADUATE RESIDENCES and O'HARA-GRACE TOWNHOMES

The University has partnered with Bradley Company, one of the region’s premier commercial real estate firms, to provide property and facility management services for the Fischer O’Hara-Grace (FOG) residences beginning with the Spring 2017 semester. Single graduate students who wish to apply for housing in the FOG community beginning with the Spring 2017 semester should contact Bradley Company at (574) 631-0500 or visit the Fischer O'Hara-Grace web site.  A message regarding property and facility management at Fischer O'Hara-Grace was sent to all current and incoming residents on July 12, 2016. To read the letter from the University, please click here.

O'Hara-Grace Townhouses will close as student housing following the conclusion of the Spring 2018 semester. This information was originally announced on June 17, 2014 to allow current and incoming graduate and professional students to plan appropriately.

 

Cripe Street

CRIPE STREET APARTMENTS - Housing for Married Students without children (click link for profile information)

University Village and Cripe Street Apartments will close as student housing following the conclusion of the Spring 2018 semester. Please note, in light of our aspiration to serve all post-baccalaureate students with increased services, the University is in the process of modifying its approach to on-campus, post-baccalaureate residential facilities. As part of a facilities assessment the University determined it was necessary to restructure our graduate residences. This information was originally announced on June 17, 2014 to allow current and incoming graduate and professional students to plan appropriately. We intend to staff, occupy, and maintain University Village and Cripe Street Apartments through the 2017-2018 academic year.

University Village and Cripe Street apartments are still welcoming new residents for the 2017-18 academic year. The application for new residents will be available at homeunderthedome.nd.edu beginning on April 10, 2017. If you are hoping to move in during the month of May, please email housing@nd.edu after completing the housing application to let us know of your upcoming move-in date.

 

University Village

UNIVERSITY VILLAGE - Housing for students with children (click link for profile information)

University Village and Cripe Street Apartments will close as student housing following the conclusion of the Spring 2018 semester. Please note, in light of our aspiration to serve all post-baccalaureate students with increased services, the University is in the process of modifying its approach to on-campus, post-baccalaureate residential facilities. As part of a facilities assessment the University determined it was necessary to restructure our graduate residences. This information was originally announced on June 17, 2014 to allow current and incoming graduate and professional students to plan appropriately. We intend to staff, occupy, and maintain University Village and Cripe Street Apartments through the 2017-2018 academic year.

University Village and Cripe Street apartments are still welcoming new residents for the 2017-18 academic year. The application for new residents will be available at homeunderthedome.nd.edu beginning on April 10, 2017. If you are hoping to move in during the month of May, please email housing@nd.edu after completing the housing application to let us know of your upcoming move-in date.


University-Related Housing

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Overlook at Notre Dame

Overlook at Notre Dame is a Univeristy-related project located just off Notre Dame's campus.  The Office of Housing does not maintain information regarding this facility, more information can be found by clicking on the following links: