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Notre Dame College New Students Learn Mission with Pulitzer Prize Nominee, Bestselling Author

Notre Dame College is introducing its new students to mission—their own and the College’s. Pulitzer Prize nominee and New York Times bestselling author Regina Brett headlined the College’s first-year experience for students in the Class of 2021. The Cleveland journalist’s newest book, God Is Always...

Notre Dame College Hosts Welcome Week to Optimize New Student Success

To continue gains in student engagement, persistence and completion, Notre Dame College is honing its Welcome Week for incoming traditional-aged undergraduates with a focus on the first of a four-day experience prior to the start of the fall semester. Notre Dame's formal greeting for first-year and...

Notre Dame College Offers Another Accelerated Undergraduate, JD Dual Degree Program

Notre Dame College has added a second option for undergraduates to earn bachelor’s and law degrees in six rather than seven or more years of school. The College has partnered with the Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law to offer another accelerated 3+3 program in which undergraduates...

Notre Dame College Features Books as Bridges in 2017-2018 Discussion Series

Notre Dame College’s faculty-led discussion of Books that Change the World builds bridges to global understanding with contemporary reading selections by international authors who address social, political and religious barriers through stories set in the Middle East, Asia, South America and U.S...

Notre Dame College, Alumni Advance Summer Camp with Corporate, Community Partners

Two Notre Dame College alumni separated by nearly a half century are elevating an already world-renowned summer camp at the College for youth with a documented learning difference. Patricia “Pat” Pensock Koch , a 1964 graduate of Notre Dame with majors in mathematics and English, has joined Ralph D...

Notre Dame College Selected to Receive Donation via National Charitable Movement

Notre Dame College has received a gift of nearly $11,000 from a Northeast Ohio chapter of 100+ Women Who Care in support of students who are the first in their families to attend the College. The First Generation Center at Notre Dame has been selected to receive the second quarterly contribution of...

Notre Dame College, Renee Jones Empowerment Center Host 2017 Human Trafficking Symposium

Notre Dame College and the Renee Jones Empowerment Center will host the 2017 Northeast Ohio Human Trafficking Symposium that addresses human trafficking, the worldwide crime against humanity and growing form of 21 st Century human slavery, in its many forms and manifestations. The symposium will...

Notre Dame College Appoints Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness

Notre Dame College has appointed Deborah L. Sheren to the new position of Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness. In her new role, Sheren will provide direction and oversight for institutional assessment, student learning assessment and institutional research initiatives. She will oversee...

Notre Dame College Extends Global Learning, Partners with Study Abroad Consortium

Notre Dame College has joined a study abroad collaborative to extend student access to affordable opportunities to live and learn global responsibility—in nontraditional places and unique parts of more traditional areas around the world. The College’s Office of Academic Affairs is partnering with...

Notre Dame College Alumnus Named Catholic Community Connection Fellow

A Notre Dame College alumnus selected for a fellowship with the Diocese of Cleveland is shaping his Catholic identity while serving community. Eric A. Moorer , who graduated from Notre Dame in 2017 with a major in history, specialization in world history, and minor in political science, has been...

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