The great strength of Notre Dame College is and always has been its people.
From the Sisters of Notre Dame who traveled from Coesfeld, Germany, to establish the institution in 1922 to the students, faculty, staff, alumni, administrators, trustees and friends who have helped shape the College since, Notre Dame is a connection of hearts and minds, a kinship of character and mission.
An idea born of the stories published throughout the 90th anniversary year of the College, the celebration of the many inspirational people who have made Notre Dame a better place continues.
Each of the members of the Notre Dame family profiled here makes─be it past, present or future─a difference on campus, in his or her community and beyond by teaching and learning not only how to make a good living but how to live a good life.
These stories feature just some of the many people of spirit and service at Notre Dame who live and advance the College’s calling to personal, professional and global responsibility.
The listing of these articles is in no way a ranking of individuals by importance or stature, as new stories will be added periodically.