Students will receive the following benefits:
- Private room and shared bathroom in a furnished apartment with other students;
- Access to community spaces at Tantur, including a small gym and other meeting rooms;
- Participation in a diverse and collaborative community of students and other scholars;
- Ability to join us in the Tantur dining hall for breakfast, lunch, or dinner;
- Dedicated student life staff;
- All day access to the Tantur library with study rooms, including online access to the Hesburgh Library of the University of Notre Dame;
- Optional access to local shuttle transportation coordinated by UNDT;
- Opportunities to learn from global leaders in a wide range of specialties, especially in the fields of Christian ecumenism, biblical studies, and modern history;
- Optional participation in the ecumenical Christian prayer life of the Tantur community, and the option to reflect on the rich and unique experience of the Tantur community;
- Visits to places of interest and discussions with leaders in the religious, social, and political realms; and,
- Leadership opportunities through hosting visiting individuals and groups to Tantur.
Tantur is more than a safe place to sleep and study, it is a multi-national living-learning community. Students should anticipate joining and building a community that is diverse in age, religion, country of origin, and cultural backgrounds while also having the freedom and flexibility to fulfill their other responsibilities and pursue other interests.