Find all you need to know about how to learn online at Notre Dame.
Visit Student Admin, Fees and Payments if you are a UNDA Online Student to view all available services.
If you are an OUA Student, Student Administration is available to help you with the following:
- End of Semester Examinations
- Deferred & Irregularly Scheduled Examinations
- Transcript Requests
If you need assistance, please contact Student Administration: firstname.lastname@example.org
PeopleSoft: Student Centre
The Notre Dame Career Service helps students, and graduates up to 18 months after graduation, with planning for professional jobs, career or course confusion, looking for part-time work, internship decisions, and understanding the future of work.
Visit the CareerHub portal for:
- Jobs Board – casual, graduate, internship, vacation programs, and volunteer
- Advice and resources around career planning, industry and employers
- Job application process – selection criteria, résumé, cover letter, interview skills
- Job search/creation techniques – Networking, LinkedIn,Informational Interviews
- Book careers workshops and employer events
- Make an appointment online for advice
There is so much more to university than tests and examinations. In addition to our dedicated teachers and tutors, UNDA offers many opportunities for support and socialisation in the virtual world—including student services, ministry, clubs and societies. We invite you to fully engage with UNDA, build lasting friendships, and create memories that will last a lifetime.
For strategies to succeed in your online studies, you can book a Zoom or phone appointment with a Learning Advisor. Learning Advisors are available to help you with a broad range of study skills, including developing positive study habits as well as:
- Successful academic writing
- Time and stress management skills
- Exam preparation strategies
- Foundational Mathematics, Chemistry and Heath Science study support
To book a session with a Learning Advisor, please send an email to email@example.com
Access & Inclusion
UNDA is committed to providing an environment for students that is supportive and free from discrimination. The University strongly supports the admission of students with a disability and encourages those students to seek assistance from Access and Inclusion Advisors to ensure they are able to participate in their study on equal terms with other students.
To contact the Access & Inclusion team, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are struggling with a personal, emotional or mental health difficulty, whether related to your studies or your personal life, you can access UNDA’s free and confidential counselling support service.
Counselling can help you with a range of issues, including anxiety, stress, depression, loss and grief, relationship difficulties, gender and sexuality concerns, financial difficulties and addictions and substance abuse. Counselling can help you develop strategies to address your concerns, improve mental health & wellbeing, and achieve your academic goals.
UNDA is guided by a rich tradition of Catholic faith and values. The Chaplaincy Team hopes to promote, encourage and engage students’ faith to offer the chance for students to flourish and seek excellence beyond measurable academic criteria.
The Chaplaincy Team also provides opportunities for students to engage in events, spiritual formation, prayer, and charitable works.
Explore the many ways in which the Chaplaincy can help you engage with the Catholic faith, build community, and explore a spiritual side of university life.
If you would like to raise a concern or complaint regarding any aspect of your involvement with the University, you are welcome to contact a Respect Officer.
Respect Officers are committed to:
- Responding with compassion and understanding
- Coordinate practical academic support for you as needed, to help you continue your studies
- Help you to access other relevant UNDA support services (counselling, chaplaincy, etc.) and external support services
- Provide information about formal reporting options
Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP)
The Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP), funded by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, enables UNDA to offer tutorial assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in need of additional support.
Each student application is assessed on a case-by-case basis, with priority given to support students most in need.
To enquire about ISSP and your eligibility, please contact email@example.com