Resources and Support

University Resources and Support for Graduate Students

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Economics Ph.D. Program Handbook

Our program's handbook provides an overview of departmental policy, procedure, and expectations. 

The Graduate School

The Graduate School website provides information on financial support, and additional funding. Learn about travel grants, research support, including summer stipends; as well as Graduate School information about theses and dissertations.

Office of Grants and Fellowships

The Office of Grants and Fellowships offers a diverse array of events: workshops, lecture-based information sessions, round table discussions. They also offer one-on-one support for fellowship applications.

Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA)

ISLA's Graduate Research Opportunity Program (GROP) offers funding that enables graduate students to further their research, produce scholarship, and prepare for careers within the academy and beyond. GROP facilitates critical research related to dissertations and other major projects, enhancing graduate students’ development as independent researchers, published authors, artists, and future professionals.

Graduate Career Services

Graduate Career Services has Graduate Career Consultants who are assigned by academic college and provide discipline-specific expertise in career development and facilitation. Following a client-consulting model, they work in collaboration with departments, programs, and faculty advisors to connect students with a broad range of career services and resources.

Graduate Student Government

The Graduate Student Government addresses concerns from the graduate student body, hosts events, and provides additional funding for conferences and travel.

Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning

Notre Dame Learning's Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning supports the pursuit of teaching excellence by stimulating scholarly reflection and conversation about teaching and encouraging the adoption of practices that enhance learning.

International Student and Scholar Affairs

Whether you require assistance with visa paperwork, or have questions about housing, or want to meet other students with similar backgrounds, or your spouse would like to enroll in English as a Second Language classes, International Student and Scholar Affairs (ISSA) is here to serve you.

McWell (McDonald Center for Student Well-Being)

The McDonald Center for Student Well-Being provides workshops, wellness assessment, Koru mindfulness classes, sleep and stress support, restorative spaces, etc.

University Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center (UCC) provides a safe, confidential, nonjudgmental space where students can feel free to explore a wide variety of concerns and issues. The UCC operates from a stepped care model and offers a wide variety of services to assist students

Graduate Student Wellness Handout

Further resources

There are many resources at Notre Dame to help provide funding and support. This can mean funding for research, travel, or research assistant placement. 



Contact Anna Poltrack, Graduate Studies Coordinator