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Notre Dame College Mourns Passing of Trustee Samuel H. Miller

Notre Dame College joins the community and the world in mourning the passing of trustee, benefactor and good friend, Samuel H. Miller. Mr. Miller served as an active member of the College’s Board of Trustees from 2002 until his passing on March 7, 2019. Among accolades too numerous to mention, Mr...

Notre Dame College Offers Weekly Reflections for Lent 2019

Colleagues in the Notre Dame College community share their reflections during this Lenten season. Messages will be presented for Ash Wednesday, the six Sundays of Lent and the Triduum of Easter. *** REFLECTION FOR THE EASTER TRIDUUM The Final Lenten Reflection The Easter Triduum - Holy Thursday...

Notre Dame College Introduces Innovative Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Notre Dame College is offering entrepreneurship as a ground-breaking second major, so students can add business and innovation skills to any other degree program. The new entrepreneurship co-major available at the College beginning in fall 2019 uniquely promotes the creation of new business venture...

Notre Dame College Debuts Guest Artist from Julliard, First Dance Students in March Showcase

Notre Dame College will premiere the work of its first dance courses—and the talents of its newest guest artist in residence, a Cleveland native and Juilliard graduate—in its inaugural Dance Showcase in spring 2019. The College’s dance artist-in-residence, Nehemiah Spencer, will lead Notre Dame...

Notre Dame College Extends Master’s Degree Opportunities to National Guard

Notre Dame College is partnering with the National Guard to provide transfer credits and a tuition discount to eligible service members who will pursue a master’s degree in national security and intelligence studies at the College. In a new affiliation agreement, the Notre Dame Center for...

Notre Dame College Presents Student Original Artwork in Multiple Campus Gallery Exhibits

Notre Dame College is showcasing original student artwork in two gallery exhibits on campus during March 2019. A Printmaking show featuring wood block, etching and monotype ink prints by six studio art and graphic design majors is on display in the Falcons' Nest Gallery until Monday, March 18. The...

Notre Dame College to Teach Faculty and Staff Mental Health First Aid during Spring Break

Notre Dame College will be training members of its campus community to help them identify and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders among students. The College’s Counseling Center is partnering with Northeast Ohio’s Recovery Resources through a new grant program to offer...

Notre Dame College President Continues Serving Family Pastry to Students on Paczki Tuesday

As people around the Christian world prepare for Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the holy season of Lent, Notre Dame College students will be served Paczki by their president for the fifth consecutive year on Fat Tuesday, also known as Paczki Day, in 2019. What is significant about the...

Notre Dame College Offers Free Tax Preparation for Low-income County Residents for 11th Straight Year

Notre Dame College is providing free income tax preparation services for low-income Cuyahoga County residents for the 11th consecutive season. Accounting majors at the College who have received training from and are certified by the IRS operate a free service center on campus, voluntarily filing...

Notre Dame College Division of Nursing Presents Two-day Professional Development Seminar

College faculty, staff work collaboratively with community colleagues to develop problem-based case scenarios for simulation experiences Notre Dame College’s Division of Nursing will present a two-day seminar, “Simulation: The A, B, C’s & Debrief” on March 13 and 14 , from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m...

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