Asian/Asian American Freshman Retreat

The celebration of culture, identity and community are paramount throughout the Asian and Asian American Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat. The retreat provides students of Asian descent with an opportunity to gather together and share the beauty of their backgrounds and explore how they can bring their personal experiences and gifts to the broader Notre Dame community.

Who can attend?

The Freshman and First-year Fall Retreat is open to all first-year Notre Dame, Holy Cross College or Saint Mary's students, but is especially geared toward Asian and Asian American students.

What am I attending?

A 24-hour retreat where you will meet new people, talk with upper class leaders, reflect on what has brought you to Notre Dame, discuss your hopes about the future and have fun! This retreat focuses on academics, spirituality, social life, family and how to prepare for success at Notre Dame.

When will the 2016-2017 AAA Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat take place?

The 2016-2017 AAA Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat was held Friday, Aug. 26 through Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. 

Where will the 2016-2017 AAA Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat take place?

The 2016-2017 AAA Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat was held at the nearby Sacred Heart Parish Center. 

Why should I go?

You should go on the AAA Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat if you want to grow in community while exploring your own identity under the Dome. 

How do I sign up?

Registration for the 2016-2017 AAA Freshman and First-year Student Fall Retreat is closed.

For more information, please email Tami Schmitz at tschmitz@nd.edu or call (574) 631-3016.