Your First Week on Campus

First Day

1. Complete Section Two of Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9)

Within three business days of the contract start date, your Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) must be completed with the Office of Human Resources.

Verification is a two-step process: following completion of Section One online, you must present original, unexpired documentation in-person to the Office of Human Resources to complete Section Two.

Section One should not be completed online until you are within 60 days of your contract start date.

More about the Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) process.

2. Obtain your Campus ID card

After completing Form I-9 with the Office of Human Resources, your Notre Dame photo ID card with 9-digit NDID number will be provided to you.

Your Campus ID card can be used for building access, University Library privileges, RecSports facility access, Domer Dollars, discounts at the Hammes Bookstore and University Computer Service Center, and more. Your card must be renewed in person every five years.

Spousal ID card: Your spouse may also obtain a photo identification card in the Human Resources Office. You do not need to be present. Proof of marital status is required. There is a $5.00 fee, payable by debit or credit card only, for the spousal ID.

More about Notre Dame employee and spousal ID cards

3. Apply for your parking permit

To apply for a parking permit, take your ND ID card and license plate number with you to the Parking Services office in Hammes Mowbray Hall, just northwest of Grace Hall.

Alternative: Once your University Net ID is active, log in to insideND (ND Net ID and password required) and apply for your parking permit through the iNDcars link (in the Quick Links channel). Present your ND ID card at the Parking Services office to pick up your permit.

Permits must be renewed each academic year.

4. Familiarize yourself with campus safety

Your safety is important to us. Familiarize yourself with the emergency evacuation procedure(s) in your building or area. More safety information is available, including the services provided by the NDSP and the ND Emergency Alert System at http://ndsp.nd.edu/. The Crime Prevention tab includes videos and other resources that help minimize your exposure to risk.


Set up your University IT systems

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1. Access your University email and calendar

Once your NetID is up and running, visit the OIT website to learn how to access your email account and calendar, connect your computer and mobile devices to the University network, and more.

If creating an email signature, please review the guidelines and brand standards at the Office of Public Affairs and Communications website.

2. Confirm your University Directory information

Confirm your University Directory information at the search.nd.edu. Log in with your NetID and password to make corrections, create an email alias, or edit your privacy settings. If there are errors in your name, office address, or other information that cannot be user-corrected, please contact HR.

3. Set up your telephone

Your department should be able to provide information about your telephone needs. For more information about the University’s phone services, visit the OIT Help site.

4. Visit the OIT Help site

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) maintains the University’s email, phone, web, and other systems. Should you need support for these systems, you’ll find the OIT’s Help Desk and other self-service solutions at OIT’s Get Help page.


Explore insideND

InsideND (NetID required) is Notre Dame’s Online Community designed to deliver secure access to University information and content personalized for your area. On insideND, you can:

  • view your paystub
  • get your W-2
  • view your benefits elections
  • update your tax withholding and direct deposit elections
  • renew your parking permit
  • search the faculty/staff directory, and more

Spend some time exploring insideND.


HR Onboarding Session (Optional)

New Faculty are encouraged to attend Onboarding Session One (8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) in the Grace Hall lower level Training Room. Program includes:

  • Introduction to Campus and University History
  • ND Mission and Values
  • Onboarding Basics
  • Campus Communication and Resources
  • Benefits Explanation and Enrollment

Please contact the askHR Customer Service Center toll free at 1-877-631-5900 if you wish to be scheduled for an upcoming Onboarding session.


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