We're here to support

Consulting with students, faculty, staff, and families to promote student well-being and accessibility.

Comprehensive, Individualized Care

Grounded in the University’s Catholic, Holy Cross tradition, the Center for Student Support and Care is dedicated to providing all Notre Dame students with collaborative, individualized care that promotes academic and personal well-being. Through accompaniment, coaching, resources, and a commitment to equal access, students are supported as they navigate both internal and external barriers, cultivate resilience, and journey towards their most authentic selves.

Comprised of the Care and Wellness Consultants and Sara Bea Accessibility Services, the primary goal of the Center is to support and advocate for students with a variety of needs. In this capacity, the Center acts as a bridge between students and the wider University community, ensuring students have access to resources and necessary accommodations.

Types of Help

Book Here for Care and Wellness Support

Students can schedule a private, one-on-one, initial conversation to problem solve well-being concerns and connect to resources.

Register Here for Accessibility Support

Students with visible and invisible disabilities can register with Sara Bea Accessibility Services to receive appropriate accommodations.

Skills Mentoring

Students looking to improve time management, goals setting, social skills and more can sign up to work one-on-one with a Skills Mentor.

How to Refer a Student

If you have concerns about a student or believe they would benefit from receiving accommodations, please fill out this referral form.


Campus Resources


Students registered with Sara Bea Accessibility Services and supporting faculty can get their student accommodation needs met with AccessND.

Applying to Notre Dame with a Disability

Prospective students can explore frequently asked questions, including types of accommodations offered at Notre Dame.

Assistive Technology Resources

Sara Bea Accessibility Services has cultivated a library of available resources to enhance the accessiblity of widely-used technology tools.

Barrier Reporting Tool

Do you want to report physical barriers to access on campus? Physical barriers can be cracked sidewalks, non-functioning automatic doors, snow removal concerns & inaccessible web page layouts.