Anna Van Overberghe
Assistant Director for Academic Administration and Undergraduate Studies
Anna K. Van Overberghe is Assistant Director for Academic Administration and Undergraduate Studies at the Kroc Institute. She administers the Kroc Institute's undergraduate program in peace studies, advising undergraduate majors and minors on curriculum requirements and working with the faculty director of undergraduate studies on strategic developments for the program. She also coordinates various activities in support of the program and advises the student organizing committee for the annual Notre Dame Student Peace Conference. In addition, she serves as the Institute’s primary registrar, managing course scheduling and assisting undergraduate and graduate students with registration each semester.
Van Overberghe, a South Bend native, holds a Bachelor of Arts from Notre Dame and a Master of Non-Profit Administration from Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Prior to joining the Kroc Institute, she was the administration manager for Confrontation Point Ministries, a faith-based nonprofit in Tennessee that specialized in youth service trips, and later worked as the administrative assistant for events and programs at Notre Dame’s Nanovic Institute for European Studies. She is an Associates Program Member of the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and a member of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising, where she currently serves on the steering committee for the Advising High Achieving Students Community.