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  • What will NUDM 2021 look like?

    We are continuing to monitor guidelines, but NUDM will happen in a primarily virtual format with some in-person components. We will be announcing all of the dates and exciting events soon, so stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram!

  • Helpful facts about Compass to Care?
    • Compass to Care supports families who have a child with cancer through assistance that can include funding for airfare, bus fare, car rental, gasoline, lodging, parking fees, taxi fees, tolls, and train fare and even long-distance travel
    • Parents often report that non-medical expenditures can be the most troublesome because, unlike medical bills, these non-medical expenses must be paid immediately and are rarely reimbursed
    • Your donation of $30 will help a child to get from his/her home to the hospital for life-saving cancer treatment for free
    • This year, in 2020, Compass to Care is celebrating its 10th anniversary. So far, Compass to Care has supported: 472 children, 12,000 cancer journey, 26,000 treatment days, and 1.96 million miles of travel



  • What is NUDM?

    Northwestern University Dance Marathon (NUDM) is one of the largest independent student-run philanthropies in the nation. Now in its 47th year, NUDM is a year-long effort that culminates in a 30-hour dance marathon.

  • Where is NUDM?

    In a huge tent on Norris lawn.

  • When is NUDM?

    NUDM is March 3rd – March 6th.

  • How long is NUDM?

    NUDM is a 30 hour event. The 30 hours is split into 10, 3 hour blocks. Each block has a different theme where you can dress up, and there are a variety of speakers, games, and music genres played.

  • How many students participate in NUDM?

    Over 1000 Northwestern students participate in this campus tradition.

  • Is NUDM only the 30 hour event?

    No! We have events all year long, making it a year-long effort. The Special Events committee plans a variety of events throughout the year to build up the dancer community, such as weekly Trivia, Acapalooza, and NUDM Olympics. The Community Engagement committee leads the BUILD (Bridge, Uplift, Inspire, Learn, Dance) Program, which includes a variety of events where dancers can interact with the people that Children’s Home & Aid serves as well as various service opportunities involving both Children’s Home & Aid and ECF.” The Food committee plans a variety of food fundraisers throughout the year.

  • What do I do if I’m worried about raising the $400 minimum?

    This year, we are striving to make NUDM an inclusive experience for all Northwestern students, regardless of financial status. We have a number initiatives aimed to support fundraising and financial inclusion: (1) The NUDM Dancer Grant Program, in partnership with the SES One Form (2) Office Hours and Coffee Chats where you can voice your questions or concerns, (3) The Fundraising Mentorship Program, led by Dancer Accessibility & Engagement, (4) The opportunity to get “perks” through non-monetary service opportunities, (5) Fundraising support, ranging from our fundraising guide to canning days with provided transportation.

  • What are some creative fundraising ideas?

    See our fundraising guide for lots of ideas!

  • Do I have to raise $400?

    No! This year, we are implementing flexible fundraising goals, so dancers can change their goal to one that works for them! Instructions for how to change your goal on Classy can be found here. If you aren’t sure what a feasible goal could be, sign up for a fundraising chat here! We encourage all dancers to have raised half of their goal by January 28th, and to reach their goal by February 24th. 

  • How do I fundraise?

    How do I fundraise?

    Our fundraising guide has a ton of creative ideas and information on fundraising right here! If you would like to speak to a fundraising mentor, sign up for a fundraising chat here!


    • Canning. What is canning? Check out our Canning Guide for everything you need to know!
      • Pick up cans and bibs in the NUDM office (Office E) on the Norris 3rd Floor
      • Saturday, February 25 – Evanston, Park Ridge
      • All quarter – Winnetka
        • *To can in Winnetka you will have to fill out an individual permit, which are located in the NUDM Office (Office E in Norris).
    • Participate in Dough 4 DM: Bake cookies at a provided location on Sunday afternoons, help wrap them, and receive a portion of the profits as the cookies are sold through NUDM! Individual dancers get first priority to sign up! You can also buy cookies here.
    • Sign up for this Searle Research Study! Make $60 for filling out some quick questionnaires and giving blood sample.
      • https://redcap.is.depaul.edu/surveys/?s=aEB7rKHbtN
    • Sign up for paid research studies through Kellogg! Make $8 in 20 minutes or less!
    • Sign up for paid research studies through the Auditory Neuroscience Lab:
    • Sign up for research studies through the Psychology department:
      • http://www.psychology.northwestern.edu/research/participate/paid-research-opportunities.html
      • Or email professors: (creative.cognition.nu@gmail.com, heston@u.northwestern.edu, x-fan@kellogg.northwestern.edu, voclab@listserv.it.northwestern.edu, hll@northwestern.edu, lendusyourears@gmail.com, pbs@northwestern.edu, collablabnu@gmail.com, northwestern.visionlab@gmail.com,meganimundo2018@u.northwestern.edu, halab@northwestern.edu, NayounKim2018@u.northwestern.edu, margaretshavlik2016@u.northwestern.edu, aeherrera@u.northwestern.edu, ClaytonBryson2018@u.northwestern.edu)
    • Deliver people food from Norris (i.e. an on-foot, student-friendly Postmates) for a donation fee
    • Sell Krispy Kreme donuts, cupcakes, and other goodies in Tech, Kellogg, Norris, etc. (helps if it’s something new and exciting!)
    • Bake sale in strategic places (frat quad, the Deuce, etc.)
    • Make crafts for people’s rooms and sell to your friends
    • Help sorority ladies with big/little week! Offer your crafting skills, your singing skills, let them hang out with your golden retriever or something.
    • Feeling daring? Make a Facebook status promising to do certain tasks for a certain size donation. (And follow through by making a video–good laughs for everyone.) Examples:
      • $25 – Drink a gallon of milk in 5 minutes
      • $75 – Eat a ghost pepper
      • $100 – Dye my hair purple
    • For every dollar I raise, I will ____. Example:
      • For every dollar I raise, I will do one push-up.
      • For every dollar I raise, I will fit that many grapes in my mouth.
      • For every dollar I raise, I will spend one minute dancing outside of tech.
    • Tag your friends in a Facebook post asking them to donate just $1 to your page (I made $10 doing this (so at the very least I have 10 friends!!!!)
    • Email old high school teachers and college professors asking them to donate to your page
    • Ask local restaurants or stores for gift cards or other donations, you can auction them off to your friends and donate the profit!
    • Have a cute pet? Set up a petting booth, $3 to pet my dog!
    • Sell things you don’t use anymore on Free & For Sale
    • Sell old textbooks on the Textbook Exchange Facebook group
    • Sell clothes/accessories you don’t wear anymore on NU Closet Recycle, or to Crossroads in Evanston
    • Have a ton of tailgating gear or frockets? Sell your swag to younger members of your organization!
    • Know how to graphic design? Design geotags for student orgs, they can buy them off you cause you’re dope!!
    • Play a lot of video games? Organize a tournament with your friends. Have people buy in for $5/ Have half the proceeds go to the winner, and the other half go to NUDM!
    • Have a car? Offer to give friends rides to the airport, to Nevin’s, etc.
    • Put on a talent show in your dorm! Charge admission!
    • Put on an anti-talent show in your dorm! Charge admission!
    • Offer to do friends nails, makeup, or hair before formals/events!
    • Know how to sew? Fix people’s tears or missing buttons for a small fee!
    • Shovel neighbor’s driveways for a small donation
    • Offer to DJ someone’s party
    • Offer to clean-up after someone’s party
    • Put cans, or any cup with NUDM on it in your dorm, in your classes, at your Greek house, in your apartment, wherever! Ask people to donate any small change or bills they might have.
    • Offer to tutor someone in class if you’re an expert (good suggestions: EA, physics, linguistics, psych, genetics, etc.)