Phishing scam reported on Notre Dame campus

A phishing scam is being reported on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.

The scam is targeting students via email, according to an email sent to the student body on Thursday.

The Notre Dame Observer reports that the emails appear to come from a Notre Dame professor, offering a paid job as a research assistant.

The message requests a response for more details, and is not legitimate.

The university says the messages are an attempt to obtain personal information, and should be deleted with no response.

Notre Dame reminds students that the approved method for finding employment opportunities is through the Office of Financial Aid’s website, or through the Flatley Center.

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