Notre Dame’s Vision for Undergraduate Education declares the University to be "a vibrant academic community dedicated to scholarship and the advancement of knowledge". Learning is not easy, and active participation in Notre Dame's "vigorous search for knowledge" requires hard work. Developing effective learning strategies will help you to succeed academically.
Step One: Self-Help Strategies for Academic Success
When studying for a course, consider a strategy that begins with you and the resources available in your course and then works outward to other potential resources for assistance.
Learn more about self-help strategies for academic success
Step Two: Navigate Tutoring with the Academic Tutoring Landscape for Advising Students (ATLAS)
There is a wide range of resources at the University for academic support. This inventory provides an “Academic Tutoring Landscape for Advising Students," also known as ATLAS.