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Charged with the administration of the University student disciplinary system, the ORLH staff publishes, distributes, and implements the policies and procedures that guide student behavior (including du Lac, the University's student handbook). The ORLH staff responds to all alleged violations of University policy that are referred by members of the community. We also work cooperatively with Rectors in the selection, supervision, and training of hall staff, and the implementation of educational and social programming initiatives.
Sorin Hall

Life as a Notre Dame student centers around study, prayer, socializing, and the lasting friendships fostered in the residence halls. Over 80% of undergraduate students live on-campus in 27 unique residence halls. The University also provides on-campus housing for over 600 graduate students in four facilities including single student housing, married student housing and housing for students with children. For students interested in living off-campus, the ORLH provides information about living in the local community.

Meeting the Walsh Hall Staff


View the virtual tour of Duncan Hall, the new men's residence hall opening Fall 2008.

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Duncan Hall

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