Graduate students connect with one another and their communities in different ways, which is why the Office of Residential Life offers several housing options specific to graduate students. Whether you're interested in staying on campus or would prefer off-campus housing, we can assist you in sustaining your quality of life outside the classroom wherever you may live. 

On-campus Housing

Fischer Graduate Residences
Graduate students who are interested in on-campus apartments should visit Fischer Graduate Residences for details and application information.  Fischer Graduate apartments are 2 bedroom units and can be rented by single students only.  Fischer Graduate Residences is managed by Bradley Company - for questions, please contact them at  574-631-8607.   

The Landings at Notre Dame
The Landings at Notre Dame is a newly constructed apartment complex designed for enrolled students of Notre Dame that are married or parenting.  After May 1 of each academic year, if there are apartments vacant and not reserved The Landings at Notre Dame also accepts applications from newly accepted and enrolled post-baccalaureate (MBA, Law, Graduate School) students..The Landings at Notre Dame is a University-related complex located within walking distance of the core of campus, opened in Fall of 2020. The Landings at Notre Dame features whole apartment leases (not by the bedroom) featuring one, two and three bedroom apartments with in-unit washer & dryer, fully equipped kitchens, an open layout, on-site parking and shuttle service available to campus. The walkable community is in close proximity to the Notre Dame Family Resource Center and much more. To reserve your new home, visit www.thelandingsatNotreDame.com or call 574-538-2710. The Landings at Notre Dame is managed by Corvias Property Management.

Off-Campus Housing

Overlook at Notre Dame
Overlook at Notre Dame is a University-related community specifically designed for graduate and professional students and members of the university's research community. Located directly adjacent to the eastern edge of campus, the Overlook at Notre Dame offers studio and one-bedroom apartments. Find details at overlooknd.com or contact  574-538-2710. *The Overlook at Notre Dame is university related, and privately owned and operated by LP Overlook, LLC.

A new resource is now available at offcampus.nd.edu for students or prospective students to view, filter, and compare listings of available properties for rent, complete with photographs, floor plans, maps with proximity to campus, links to applications/leases, lists of amenities, and more. It also includes a roommate search tool and discussion boards available only to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as educational resources designed to help students navigate the many dimensions of life off-campus. 

Notre Dame Student Preferred Realtor Program

This program provides personal assistance to prospective candidates and new students who are relocating to the area or to current students who are interested in purchasing a home. The program is an optional service provided by Cressy & Everett Real Estate of South Bend and features a single point of contact for students to a selected team of experienced real estate professionals. Fore more information, visit cressyeverettndgrad.com.



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