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Food: There's always South Dining Hall (right outside our front door!) or lots of options in LaFortune. There are two different kinds of meal plans. First, there is the traditional 21 meals a week. Second is the Flex 14 plan where you have 14meals a week plus $280 that can be used to purchase food at various restaurants on campus. The week begins on Saturday morning—so you will have a full set of meals when you wake up on Saturday. The Huddle houses all our fast food options (Burger King, Subway, Starbucks, and Sbarro's). Don't forget about the Huddle Mart though. It's our own little grocery store on campus. You can buy snacks, school supplies, toiletries, and they even have the wall of candy if you’re searching for the perfect place to satisfy that sweet tooth.
Money: ND Credit Union is the convenient option, and there are plenty of cash machines on campus. ND Federal Credit Union has an office in the basement of LaFortune. You can set up an account when you register. Several ATM machines around campus don’t have service charges if you are an NDFCU member. They are located in LaFortune, Reckers, Main Building, North Dining Hall, and other places on campus.
One Stop Shopping: LaFortune Student Center has lots to offer. There is ND Video, Gorch Game Room, Irish Gardens Florist Shop, Anthony Travel, and if you just can't wait until break to get your hair cut, there's always University Hairstylists.
Computer Labs: Macs and IBMs are accessible in numerous places, but some Howard favorites are the Architecture Building (Bond Hall) right next door, the Library, Coleman Morse Center, and DeBartolo's 24-hour labs. The university also added printers in every dorm last year that you can access 24 hours a day.
Need a Little Extra Help: The Freshman Learning Resource Center, located in Colman-Morse Center is right next door, and provides copies of old exams, videos, and free tutoring, and a writing center. Take full advantage of these resources—they can be a big help! Don’t be afraid to ask for help…it can go a long way!
Sickness: For health care, you can visit the Student Health Center behind the Main Building. The Counseling Center, located on the 3rd floor of the same building, provides personal counseling, help with eating disorders, literature on alcohol and drug-related problems, and a telephone hotline. Donít forget to visit the Inner Resource Room, the University Health Serviceís relaxation room.
Clubs: So many clubs at ND…the list is endless and there's definitely something for everyone! Within your first few weeks on campus, one thing you can't afford to miss is the Activities Night. Representatives from all campus organizations will be there to recruit you and answer any questions. A quick word of advice, don't get too overly enthusiastic when you start signing up for clubs or your email box will be full!
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