Annual Blue & White Spring Football Game Scheduled for April 19

The annual Notre Dame College Football Blue & White Spring Game will be on Friday, April 19, and will raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The game will be played at 7 p.m. at Korb Field. There will be no charge for entry, but fans will be encouraged to make a donation to Make-A-Wish.

Notre Dame College Professors Provide Expertise on Boston Bombings

Leaders of Notre Dame College’s Center for Intelligence Studies, Gregory Moore and John Hatzadony, both recognized experts in the field of terrorism, counterterrorism and national and global security, share their insights on the Boston bombings with news media.

Notre Dame College to Conduct Annual Golf Classic to Benefit Student-athletes Ju

The Notre Dame College athletic department will host the 12th Annual Falcon Golf Classic on Monday, July 22, at StoneWater Golf Club  in Highland Heights, Ohio. Register a foursome for the event and learn more about sponsorship opportunities.

Carl D. Glickman, 1927 – 2013, Notre Dame College Medal Recipient

The College community joins in mourning the loss of philanthropist and civic leader Carl D. Glickman who passed away on March 28, 2013 at the age of 86. Mr. Glickman was the recipient of the 2011 Notre Dame College Medal.

Notre Dame College Leaders Offer Expert Advice at Prestigious National Conferenc

Notre Dame College Vice President and General Counsel Dave Armstrong and Dean of Student Affairs Brian Emerson recently spoke at Stetson University’s National Conference on Law and Higher Education.

Notre Dame “Books” Seminar Participant Awarded French Legion of Honor

Maurice “Maury” Feren, at age 97, is a second-time participant in Notre Dame College’s Books That Changed the World seminar series. A decorated World War II veteran with two Gold Stars and a Purple Heart among other honors, he was recently awarded the French Legion of Honorby Stephen Knerly, Jr., the French Consul in Cleveland, at a ceremony at Park Synagogue.

Notre Dame Biology Student Takes Experience to Second-Graders

Notre Dame College biology major Matti Tygret plans to become a physician. Tygret’s biology professor, Tracey Meilander, knows part of being a doctor is educating patients. So, with Meilander’s guidance, Tygret took a turn at teaching─second-graders about germs.

Seven Cleveland-area employers─including three Notre Dame College alumni─gave biology majors the scoop about science careers in a campus networking event.

Notre Dame Students Prepare Tax Returns for Low-income Residents

Students at Notre Dame College are positively impacting the community by filing federal and state income tax forms for Cuyahoga County residents who cannot afford account services or software packages.

Notre Dame College Takes Top Prizes in St. Patrick's Day Parade

Notre Dame College marched and floated its way to top prizes in the 2013 St. Patrick’s Day Parade.