The University of Notre Dame is committed to the values of diversity and inclusion. In accordance with NDI Study Abroad, we believe international education is an important part of the Notre Dame student experience. Notre Dame’s Spirit of Inclusion, regardless of your race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, social or economic class, nationality or level of ability, there is a study abroad program for you.
Study Abroad program directors want your international experience to be a period of immense academic growth and personal development. Studying abroad can aid in your intercultural development, and we will work with you to find a program that best fits your academic, personal, and professional goals.
The resources below will help you discern your study abroad decision and are designed to encourage you to think critically about cultural attitudes and perceptions surrounding your social identities in a global context. NDI Study Abroad acknowledges that many students relate to multiple identities and welcomes you to use these resources as a tool to explore international opportunities.
On these pages you will find guiding questions and resources regarding these particular identities:
- Students of Color
- Gender Roles Abroad
- First-Generation Students
- High Financial Need Students
- Students with Disabilities
- LGBTQ+ Students
- ND Community Abroad - Active Allyship