ND FREE RESOURCES LIST
HEALTH AND MINDFULNESS RESOURCES
TimelyCare is a 24/7, free virtual care service for students to address common concerns that can be safely diagnosed and treated remotely. All you need is an internet connection.
- Medical: After-hours access to a medical provider who can treat a wide range of common illnesses like cold and flu, sinus infections, allergies, and more.
- TalkNow: Like our University Counseling Center (UCC) Talkline (574-631-TALK), this service allows 24/7 access to a mental health counselor to talk about anything at any time.
- Scheduled Counseling: Select a counselor and an appointment time that meets your needs.12 free counseling visits are available through TImelyCare.
- Health Coaching: Access to a nutritional specialist to help students adopt healthier lifestyle behaviors related to sleep issues, weight management, and more.
- Go to timelycare.com/notredame.
- Click "Sign In" as a first-time user. If you’re on your phone, you'll be prompted to download the TimelyCare app.
- Use your Notre Dame email address to register.
- Enter your personal profile information and medical history.
- If you were previously using the TimelyMD app, delete the app once your new account has been set up.
Many of us are feeling anxious as we continue to navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19. As a way to help our students, faculty, and staff care for their emotional well-being, we’ve partnered with Calm. This initiative came as a response to input from the student body. The Calm app provides tools to help you relax, focus and rest, offering guided sessions on sleep, meditation, and relaxation.
To create an account with Calm, visit https://www.calm.com/b2b/notre-dame/subscribe
- This must be done from a browser - NOT the Calm app.
- To create a new account, when asked if you have a Calm account, click No.
- Enter your name, a personal email address and the desired password (you should NOT use your ND password). Be sure to make a note of the password you select.
- To claim your free ND subscription, enter your NetID@nd.edu
- If your NetID has been authorized for the Calm app you'll see the message: “Congratulations! You have access to Calm Premium!”
- You can now open the app on your computer and/or download the Calm App from the store associated with your mobile device.
Login with the account information you set up in step 3 when prompted.
- See this article for instructions on logging onto the Calm App
The top three reasons students seek assistance from a Care and Wellness Consultant are well-being support, academic support, and navigating resources. Other reasons include the following:
- Life outside of your studies has become difficult to manage.
- You have not been attending classes and have fallen behind.
- You have an ongoing health issue and need guidance on where to seek help.
- You are returning to campus after a difficult life circumstance and you are not sure how to transition back to school.
- You need help navigating University and community resources.
Initial conversations are available to any enrolled student who is looking to address concerns, whether they be academic, social, physical, mental, financial, or spiritual. These 30-minute sessions help students to identify strategies and resources to address the challenges they are facing. Appointments are available over Zoom and in-person, depending on the student's preference. Sign up here for a time that works for you to meet with a Care and Wellness Consultant for a private, one-on-one consultation.
Download the yoga, HIIT, meditation, running, and barre app variations and create an account with your nd.edu email for free access to customizable workout classes that are different every session.
Kurzweil 3000 is a literacy support tool that enables students to listen to their assigned readings, read with highlights, and make notes within a digital text format. Originally developed for students with dyslexia, ADHD, low vision, or those who are English Language Learners, Kurzweil 3000 can benefit any student who is looking to engage with their digitized readings more comprehensively.
1. Click here and enter your name and Notre Dame email address.
2. Select Notre Dame from the drop down menu.
3. Click on "add new." This will give you a small screen with your username and password. Copy those and click on the link in the box.
3. At the login screen, enter your user name and assigned password (you can change your password later).
4. Select "Help" at the top of the page for instructions on how to download the software.
New York Times subscription
All undergraduate students have access to a free New York Times subscription at any time by signing in with their NetID. Access lasts until graduation.
- Click here
Search for and select University of Notre Dame
- You will be redirected to the NYT registration page:
- Click "Create Account" and complete the fields; you must use your @nd.edu email
- Verify your account (you will receive a confirmation email)
- The confirmation email may be routed to your spam folder. You must click the link in the email to complete the registration.
- After these steps, you will have access to unlimited articles, as well as other subscriber content.
Wall Street Prep has partnered with Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing to offer Notre Dame undergraduate students access to Wall Street Prep’s entire catalog of online self-study Excel, financial modeling, and technical interview prep courses.
To sign-in and access all of these resources, simply use your ND email address.
- Access to the courses used by over 150 investment banks, private equity firms, investment funds, and Fortune 1000 companies to train their finance professionals every year.
- 200+ hours of training across foundational, core modeling, and interview prep topics provide learning opportunities for students across all levels.
- Step-by-step videos, lesson summaries, and progress assessments make it easy for students to seamlessly retain major concepts.
- Downloadable fully-mobile videos for access across all devices.
The Thomas Mahaffey, Jr. Business Library is located on the Lower Level of the Mendoza College of Business at the base of the circular staircase. As a branch of the Hesburgh Libraries, it serves the business information needs of Mendoza as well as the wider University community. Access databases, resources, and guides for company, market, and industry research.
Arstor is a digital media library of paintings, performing arts, sculptures, decorative arts, and more. Login through institution (Notre Dame) to save images.
Equipment is available for loan at several library locations including laptops, media players, calculators, and much more. Utilize the link to access more information about equipment currently available for loan, including technology types, reservation options (walk-up versus advance online booking), policies, user manuals, and contact information for questions.
Hesburgh Libraries provides many resources such as course reserves, books, study rooms, workshops, printing, and more.
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Tap into Notre Dame's intellectual resources and join other Catholic leaders in addressing today's pastoral challenges. Click here to access publications, research reports, prayer guides, ministry materials and teaching materials
Download the Hallow App to access a free yearlong premium subscription to this Catholic prayer and meditation app. Click the link to sign-up for an account using your ND email address.