Graduate Student Services
Writing Center tutors read drafts carefully, listen attentively to your concerns, and pose thoughtful questions that can help you better express ideas and construct your arguments.
We work with writers during all stages of the writing process—project planning, drafting, revising, and editing. We can also help you refine your writing style, overcome writer's block, or prepare material for publication.
We offer 45-minute, one-on-one sessions with undergraduate and graduate writing consultants. Schedule your writing consultation today!
If you are working on a longer project (10 pages or more) and you would like your consultant to review a draft in advance of your appointment, email your draft to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 48 hours before your appointment. In the message, please specify the time and date of your appointment along with the name of your tutor. Please also include some instructions about where you would like your tutor to focus during the one hour that your tutor will spend reviewing the draft.
Camps, Retreats, and Courses
In partnership with Hesburgh Libraries and the Graduate School, the Writing Center offers several writing camps and retreats throughout the year, including Dissertation Day Camps, and a week-long Thesis/Dissertation Camp during the fall and spring breaks.
The Presenter Center can help you prepare for conference papers, job talks, class presentations, and oral exams with a welcoming and trained public speaking consultant! We provide feedback on content, organization, and delivery, and offer the option of recording your presentation. Schedule your Presenter Center consultation today, and make sure you choose the Presenter Center from the drop-down schedule menu.
If you're wondering how to more skillfully integrate writing into your courses, our director, Matthew Capdevielle, Ph.D. would gladly chat with you in one or more teaching consultations. Instructors and faculty from all disciplines are welcome to make use of this service.
Writing Accountability Groups
Form a writing group with other students to provide support, feedback, and accountability to each other as you pursue your writing goals. Graduate Student Life will provide funding for light snacks during your meetings! Find more information on the Graduate Student Life website.
English for Academic Purposes
The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program, housed in the Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures, offers English language support for international students.
Graduate Services at Hesburgh Library
Find information about research help, teaching support, and general services here. Contact the digital research and graduate outreach librarian, Mandy Havert, with specific questions.
Notre Dame Learning's Kaneb Center
The Kaneb Center provides research-based services, programs, and resources that support teaching and reflective practice at Notre Dame.
Graduate Student Life
Find out how to get involved in the graduate student community and enhance your co-curricular life at Notre Dame at gradlife.nd.edu.
Graduate Career Services
Graduate Career Services offers a diverse array of services to help you explore and achieve your career goals, including individual career advising.
Grants and Fellowships
The Office of Grants and Fellowships offers individual consultations to students actively working on applications. Find out about scheduling a consultation, as well as other funding opportunities on their website.