Twenty-seven NDC travelers are visiting Israel during spring break.

Alumni, students, faculty and friends of Notre Dame College are embarking on an educational and spiritual adventure to the Holy Land. The group is exploring Israel from the lowest point on earth at the Dead Sea to the lofty heights of Jerusalem.

NDC faculty cooked a Tex-Mex themed meal for residents at Ronald McDonald House.

Sporting cowboy hats, bandanas and sheriff stars, a group of Notre Dame College professors recently visited the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland to cook a Tex-Mex themed meal for its residents.

Students will help build homes for Habitat for Humanity in Jacksonville, Fla.

For several years, Notre Dame College students have spent their spring and fall breaks building homes for Habitat for Humanity. For the first time this year, they will use part of their winter break to do the same in Jacksonville, Fla.

Angela Schiebel '40 (second from right) made  generous gift to Notre Dame.

Notre Dame College alumna Angela Schiebel was born in 1918, at a time when women did not have the right to vote and when most women didn’t have a chance to go to college.

Notre Dame's student body has radically changed over the past 10 years.

At the turn of every year, people typically take some time to reflect on the past 12 months. It’s a time for annual reviews, top-10 lists and highlight reels. Find out what the highlights at Notre Dame College were in 2010.

Notre Dame has launched an honors program for incoming freshmen.

Notre Dame has launched an honors program for the top five percent of incoming students. Sixteen of the College’s 360 freshmen are currently enrolled. The students must take a minimum of 12 credits and maintain a 3.5 GPA.

Notre Dame will launch a master's in security policy studies in 2011.

Notre Dame College will launch a Master's in Security Policy Studies in the fall of 2011. The program educates strategic analysts, managers and decision-makers for careers in intelligence analysis, emergency management and homeland security.

Roxana Saberi visits Notre Dame College to talk about being imprisoned in Iran.

Iranian-American Journalist Roxana Saberi, who spent 100 days in an Iranian jail cell in 2009, will share her story at Notre Dame College’s Regina Hall auditorium at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17.

Alumna Marye Anne Payne Fox '69 will receive the National Medal of Science.

President Barack Obama has named Notre Dame College Alumna Marye Anne Payne Fox ‘69 one of the 10 researchers to receive the National Medal of Science, the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on scientists.

Explore Notre Dame On Fall Visit Day! Photo: Christian Taske '07

Join us for NDC's Fall Visit Day! Learn about admissions, financial aid, academics and more. You will also have the opportunity to tour our beautiful campus, join us for lunch and attend the homecoming football game.