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Sr. Mary Karita Ivancic: Educating and Living Theology and Music

Sr. Mary Karita Ivancic, SND, ’71, has ministered in charity as a dedicated member to the Sisters of Notre Dame Chardon, Ohio, province for 45 years and has taught love through theology and music at Notre Dame College for more than four decades. She has directed the College choir for 12 years.

Notre Dame College Two-day Course Introduces Museum of Art as Teaching Aid

"Spending the Day at the CMA: How to Visit Your Cleveland Museum of Art" is a two-day graduate-level course from 5-9 p.m. Friday, October 18, and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, October 19, that trains educators in all subjects and grade levels how to make the most of the museum’s resources.

Notre Dame College to Celebrate Founders’ Week Sept. 15-21

Notre Dame College not only will honor its founders─the Sisters of Notre Dame─but also celebrate its students, faculty and staff who are living and growing in the College's educational tradition with several events scheduled for Founders’ Week 2013.

Notre Dame College to Recognize its Chaplain with 2013 Fidelia Award

Notre Dame College will honor its chaplain and professor emeritus, Father Edward Mehok─who has spent more than 50 years ministering and teaching at the College─with the 2013 Fidelia Award, one of the highest honors the College bestows.

Athletic Field Dedications, Oktoberfest to Highlight Notre Dame College Homecomi

Notre Dame College ceremonially will dedicate its two athletic fields─and honor the friends of the College whose donations helped make the on-campus facilities possible─as part of its Homecoming and Alumni Reunion Weekend 2013.

Notre Dame College President: Three Simple Steps to Make the Most of College

Notre Dame College President Andrew P. Roth welcomed the Class of 2017 to campus by sharing with them three simple steps for success. Of course, they each involve some work on the students’ part. But Notre Dame is here to help.

Notre Dame College Faculty Member Shares Expertise in Effective Communication on

Anthony “Tony” Zupancic, Notre Dame College associate professor of English, communication and theatre, shares his insights on how to become a good public speaker and be a great conversationalist on local National Public Radio.

Explore the Relevance of a College Education and the Notre Dame Experience

The summer 2013 issue of Notre Dame Today not only addresses the relevance of a college education in light of uncertain employment outlooks and economic times but also highlights some of the people who keep the Notre Dame experience timely and timeless.

Transfer in a Day to Notre Dame College: Spots Still Open for Fall Semester

Experience the personal attention you will receive as a student at Notre Dame College. Schedule an individual meeting with an admissions counselor─and leave with a class schedule!

Notre Dame College’s Books Seminar Explores 'America: Tales of Time and Pl

Notre Dame College is proud to present its sixth annual “Books That Changed the World” seminar series this fall, offering anyone with a passion for great books and lifelong learning the opportunity to meet and discuss a common theme for the year.