Notre Dame Receives $500,000 Pledge

Notre Dame College has received a $500,000 donation to use according to its own priorities.

Part of this gift will go toward completion of the $3 million Regina Hall renovation project to create new homes for the College’s Division of Nursing and Academic Support Center for Students with Learning Differences.

The donor, who asked to remain anonymous, said the gift is to acknowledge and advance the College’s efforts to provide opportunity for those traditionally underserved in postsecondary education.

"The mission of Notre Dame College resonates with us in many ways, including the percentage of students needing financial aid and the number who are the first in their families to go to college,” the donor said. “We are delighted that we are able to help the College continue to move forward by providing the best academic and extracurricular experiences it can for capable and deserving students."

Notre Dame President Thomas G. Kruczek expressed gratitude for the show of support, especially for the donor’s trust in allowing the College to invest the contribution based on its own priorities.

"Part of the mission of Notre Dame College is serving students who are bright and deserving of a high quality, values-based college education, such as we provide," Kruczek said. "Through the generosity of such donors, we are able to offer more students an outstanding liberal arts education, a vibrant college experience and preparation for a successful career upon graduation. We thank our generous donors for their support and their confidence in our College."

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