Student Leadership and Inclusion
There’s more to college life than work and study. In fact, the most involved students are often the happiest students.
At Notre Dame, there are so many ways to get involved—with more than 40 clubs, organizations and academic honor societies, there is something for everyone.
Participation in organizations on campus enables students to develop leadership skills, supplement career preparation, explore new interests, meet new people and have a lot of fun! And, our clubs and organizations are open to all students, whether you live on or off campus.
In a community as close-knit as ours, you don’t remain a stranger very long. This sense of belonging and mutual support is rare on a college campus today, and sets us apart in the best possible way. We also host a number of traditional events, celebrating milestones throughout the year and your college career, helping you create memories to last a lifetime.
The Office of Student Leadership and Inclusion is a resource that transforms the lives of students through participation in various co-curricular programs, events, and leadership opportunities. Our office fosters an inclusive environment that welcomes and supports students who are interested in joining student organizations, developing their leadership skills, enhancing their self-awareness and cultural competency, and exploring new interests.