Nicholas R. Santilli

Notre Dame College has received an award from the Council of Independent Colleges as part of its Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education, and with a grant from the American Council on Education, the College has been named a founding institution in the Alternative Credit Project.

Honor Roll of Donors

Notre Dame College acknowledges its many friends whose contributions provide special support for the College and its students.

College Honors Advocates for Trustee, Nursing Leadership

Notre Dame College recognized Michael and Marian Shaughnessy for their leadership, as well as service to the College, with its 2014 Fidelia Award.

Notre Dame Athletics Logo

Notre Dame College will sponsor a women's tennis program, starting in the fall of 2015. Ralph Dunbar has been named head coach. The addition of women's tennis is made with the intent for the program to compete in the Mountain East Conference.

Ian Dawson

Ian Dawson, a marketing major at Notre Dame College, has created a monitoring system for patients of Alzheimer’s—and won a grant from a business accelerator to start his own company.

Kathleen Oliverio

Notre Dame College has been recognized by an international organization for its curriculum to prepare educators to teach reading to students who are dyslexic. The College is one of only 17 institutions in the country to receive the distinction.

Honors Scholars Students

Notre Dame College’s innovative honors scholars program combines the traditional undergraduate intellectual community experience with an emphasis on one-on-one self-directed, enhanced study with faculty.

Women's Soccer Celebrates Season of Firsts

The 2014 season was a historic one for the Notre Dame College women's soccer team, as they won their first Mountain East Conference (MEC) championship and earned a NCAA Tournament berth for the first time in program history.

Notre Dame College Exhibit Tells the Visual Story of Human Trafficking

Notre Dame College hosts “Human Trafficking: Photographic and Poetic Reflection,” an exhibit that tells the visual story of human trafficking by Cleveland-area photographers Don Iannone and Carla Lovejoy through December 19.