The Medieval Institute, located on the seventh floor of the Hesburgh Library, welcomes scholars and researchers from around the world.
For the most up-to-date information regarding masks for visits, please see the current Notre Dame visitor policies.
Visiting the Physical Collections
The Medieval Institute Reading Rooms are open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding university holidays and closures. Anyone may visit the Institute and its physical collections. If you're planning a visit and need research or physical collections assistance, contact Dr. Julia Schneider, medieval studies librarian, well in advance of your visit to discuss your needs.
Using the Digital Collections
Digital collections may be accessed only with a formal, short-term appointment as a visiting scholar. Self-funded faculty and graduate students from other institutions may seek this appointment. Applicants should inquire at least six weeks in advance of the time they wish to be in residence, and we might further request a letter of recommendation. Appointments are made at the discretion of the Institute's director.
Resources for Your Visit
- This is ND
- Visiting Notre Dame
- Visitor Parking
- Campus Map (the Medieval Institute is on the 7th floor of the Hesburgh Library)
- Notre Dame Events
- Find.nd.edu, a resource page from the Notre Dame Office of Public Affairs and Communications hosts with information about travel, housing, dining, and other visitors' needs in Notre Dame and South Bend
- DTSB (Downtown South Bend)
For Postdoctoral Scholars and External Fellows
The information in these links is maintained by offices outside of the Medieval Institute. Please contact the relevant office with questions about their materials.
- New Employee Guide
- New Postdoctoral Scholars and Other Research Appointees Guide
- Guide for Incoming Postdocs
- Guide for Current Postdocs
- Office of Postdoctoral Scholars