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Community Resources

At Notre Dame College, we take pride in our community and value our relationships with the neighborhood we call home. Our community relations staff is happy to assist you with any questions, concerns and suggestions you might have.

We welcome you to join us for events and programs open to the public. We invite you to take part in a campus tourrent a College space, acquire a membership in our recreational facilities or use our new campus athletic fields. We also encourage you to learn more about service projects and other community relations benefits for which you may be eligible as a member of our neighborhood.

Notre Dame offers three signature programs, specifically, with its extended community in mind:

  • At the start of each school year, our Books that Change the World literature seminar presents leaders, aspiring readers and anyone with a passion for lifelong learning the opportunity to meet and discuss—with our expert faculty—a different reading once each month.
  • We added a campus-wide Community Day festival of arts and crafts, children’s activities, music, food and more in fall.
  • Additionally, we created an Enterprise Development Center, called EDC@NDC, that provides trained student interns in many majors for free to entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses.

Whether you are new to the area or have lived near campus for years, welcome to the Notre Dame community and the City of South Euclid!

Campus Events

Campus Walking Tours Map
Campus Walking Tour Map

Online Events Calendar

Upcoming Athletic Games (On and Off Campus)





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Benefits & Services

Campus Visit

The Notre Dame campus is growing and changing. Come see the newly remodeled Academic Support Center in the Clara Fritzsche Library and Campus Ministry office in the Regina Complex. Tour our biology and nursing labs and see inside our residence halls.

To schedule a campus visit, contact:

The Office of Admissions
Phone: 216.373.5355 or toll free at (877) NDC-OHIO, extension 5355

Facilities Rentals

From the renewed Christ the King Chapel to the large open space of our Performing Arts Center and the intimate and classically decorated Great Room, Notre Dame is opening its doors to community use.

For information about using the Chapel, connect with:

Ted Steiner
Director of Campus Ministry
Phone: 216.373.5387

To inquire about College facility rentals including the Regina Auditorium, Performing Arts Center, Great Room or a classroom space please contact:

Shawna Whitlock
Vice President for College Advancement
Phone: 216.373.5335

The quickest way to ensure a response is to fill out the online facility rental form.

Recreational Center

Notre Dame sports an indoor recreational facility, the Joseph H. Keller Center, with some features available to community members.

To learn more about athletic facilities or for membership information, access:

Keller Center Website
Information Desk: 216.373.5309

Athletic Fields

The College also has two all-surface athletic fields on campus: Mueller Field along South Green Road and Normandy Field along College Road. Mueller Field includes bleacher seating, a scoreboard and press box

To inquire about limited, authorized use of the fields, contact:


Community Relations

As part of the Colleges normal business activities and functions, the emission of noise is inevitable, however, the College commits to ensure noise levels are reasonable and within the codified ordinances of the City of South Euclid, Ohio. For details, click here to read the College’s noise policy.

Residents near campus also may be eligible for community service projects conducted by students and other programs offered by the College throughout the year.

Have a question? Reach out to:

Karen Poelking
Vice President for Board and Community Relations
Phone: 216.373.5239


Safety & Security

Notre Dame College is committed to keeping its campus healthy, safe and clean for students, faculty, staff and members of the community.

To learn more about campus police and security, contact:

Notre Dame Police Chief Jeffrey Scott
Phone: 216.373.5406
Campus Safety and Security Website