Senior Parent College Financial Aid Night - Dec. 1st. at 7:00PM Learning Commons
Senior parents are invited to this important presentation by Katy Fitzgerald, Financial Services Supervisor at Mission College. She will discuss what parents need to know about college financial aid for all types of colleges (private, public, community colleges, in-state and out-of-state).
Out of State College Fair- Dec. 4th. at 10:50AM JB Hall
Parents are welcome to attend this mini-college fair featuring many out of state colleges and universities, including:
Colorado State University
Oregon State University
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Seton Hall University
Univ of Nevada Reno
University College Dublin
University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS)
University of Idaho
University of New Mexico
Washington State University
The mission of Notre Dame’s Counseling Department is to provide comprehensive support for our students to complement their academic experience at Notre Dame.
Each student is assigned a counselor (based on the student’s last name) who will support the student around personal and academic issues. The counselor will work with this student for the duration of the student’s time at Notre Dame, and will be a resource for both the student and parent for four years. Personal/academic counselors will meet with each student in their caseload a minimum of once per semester, and as needed throughout the school year. Personal/academic counselors will track a student’s progress at each grading period, coordinate conferences with teachers as needed, and consult with the college counselor beginning in the junior year.
In the spring of junior year, each student and her parent(s) will meet with the college counselor for an individual family college advising appointment to prepare for college applications in the fall of senior year. As a senior, the student will meet with the college counselor in the fall, and as needed throughout the year, to ensure progress through the application process. College advising will also occur through various activities in the Friday mentoring period, as coordinated by the Counseling Department, as well as several workshops in the fall and spring related to college application activities such as essay writing and application submission.
Personal/Academic Counselors also attend to the needs of students with learning differences. They connect to students to resources and track progress over the school year. Please contact your daughter's Counselor for more information.
Personal Counseling Resources