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June 2013 Parent Guide

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 Residence Life

The Scoop on Care Packages, Move-in Dates and More

Care Packages

The Residence Life Office has teamed up with From-Mom.com to offer you the opportunity to send your student care packages throughout the school year! There are care packages for every occasion and your son or daughter will love getting mail. You can chose to send a single package or join the program to send them one each month! A portion of all sales is returned directly to the Residence Life Office so that exciting programs and events can be offered to your student. Please visit www.from-mom.com/ndc to make your purchase.

 

Move-In Information 

Move In

We hope that your summer is going well, and you’re enjoying having your son or daughter home with you. Our summer is moving quickly, and we are busy preparing for the arrival of your student! Please check out the follow information regarding move-in days and times. Unfortunately, the Residence Life Office will not be able to accommodate early move-ins, so please make arrangements to have your son or daughter to campus on their assigned day. If you have questions, please contact Residence Life at 216-373-5181 or 216-373-5274.

  • Football Team Move-in Day – Wednesday, August 14, from 10 a.m. to noon
  • Fall Athlete/Band/Cheer/Welcome Weekend Move-in Day – Sunday, August 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • All Student Move-in Day – Saturday, August 24, last names A-M 10 a.m. to noon, last names N-Z noon to 2 p.m.

If you are unsure which day you are to move in, please speak with your coach or contact the Residence Life Office. We look forward to seeing you soon!

 

New for 2013-2014

The students asked, and now they’re getting what they wanted! Check out what’s new for 2013-2014!

Extended Dining Hall Hours – The dining hall will be open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Update to Small Appliances Policy –

  • All students may have the following in their rooms this year: Keurig coffee makers and blenders.
  • Students living in North and South halls may have toasters, rice cookers and crock pots.
  • Items to leave at home: toaster ovens, coffee makers (other than Keurigs), electric grills (Foreman Grills), griddles and deep fryers. 

Study Time – We are working to update the study lounge on the third floor of South Hall, so students have another place to study besides their rooms or in the library.

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Falcon Fast Pass

Cut to the Front of the Line in the Fall

Even though summer just began, it’s time to start thinking about the start of the fall 2013 semester.  Be on the lookout for information in the mail about the Falcon Fast Pass! Pass-holders can immediately check in with Residence Life on move-in day and avoid waiting in lines. 

Students must complete the following steps by August 1 to be eligible for the Falcon Fast Pass:

New students:

  1. Complete Entrance Loan Counseling & Master Promissory Note at www.studentloans.gov

  2. Payment plan in place
    • Semester balance paid in full or
    • Sign up for the NDC payment plan on Cashnet & make your first payment
  3. Complete Housing Packet paperwork and pay $200 housing deposit

Returning Students:

  1. Payment plan in place
    • Semester balance paid in full or
    • Sign up for the NDC payment plan on Cashnet & make your first payment

All students can view the status of their accounts by logging into My.NDC.edu  

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Student Health Care

Important Change to Insurance Offerings for Fall 2013

Beginning fall semester 2013, Notre Dame College will no longer offer student health care insurance; students can carry their own insurance as they choose. With the Affordable Care Act taking effect on January 1, 2014, there are many other options in the market that were not available before.

About 20 percent of undergraduate students at Notre Dame took part in the college-offered plan in the 2012-13 academic year. The Affordable Care Act allows a student to remain on his/her parents’ plan until age 26, eliminating the need for a college-sponsored plan for an even greater number of students.

Please note that proof of health insurance remains a requirement for all students who participate in athletics and club sports.

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