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Activities & Organizations

Be a part of the excitement at Notre Dame College!

Experience our vibrant campus community by being involved in the many activities and organizations on campus. We encourage all Notre Dame students to help make the campus great by joining, leading and learning in one of the many opportunities for engagement. Activities and organizations on campus give students an opportunity to meet new people, develop leadership skills, make a difference on and off campus, network and best of all…have fun!

Social Activities – Monthly Open Mic Nights in the Falcon Café to comedians and movie nights, there is something always happening on campus. Check out FAB, the Falcon Activities Board, for a variety of student-led social activities on campus. Students will also find a number of activities associated with athletic events, the residence halls and the local community to further engagement.

Falcons’ Nest – On the first floor of the Clara Fritzsche Library Building and connected to the Falcon Café is the hub of activities on campus. With new air hockey tables, ping pong, new fitness facility, this is the place to come study and hang out with friends. Check out the lounge or grab coffee in the café, you will never be at a loss for something to do.

Clubs & Organizations – Notre Dame College offers students a variety of clubs and organizations, both social and academic, to further interests and develops leadership skills. Interested in starting a new club? Reach out to create your own, chances are someone on campus has a similar interest.

Health & Fitness – Notre Dame College is not just active socially…it’s active physically! Yoga classes are offered every other week free to students. A fitness room in the Falcons’ Nest, open swim hours at Mellon Pool and sand volleyball courts on the residence hall quad offer multiple options for health and fitness.

Leadership Development – Leadership development opportunities abound on campus. Hone your leadership skills obtain a leadership position within a club, or attend a leadership seminar.

Cultural & Intellectual – Notre Dame College regularly hosts interesting speakers, excellent art shows, and dramatic performances to enrich the mind and senses.

Welcome Weekend – Each year Notre Dame welcomes incoming students with an event filled weekend. Consider joining the Welcome Weekend staff and help us set the tone for a great year.

Service – There are regular opportunities for you to serve the community. The Campus Ministry Office provides service projects and immersion trips such as the Spring Break Habitat for Humanity Trip.

There’s always something going on at Notre Dame College. 

There’s an extensive calendar of activities and events that is constantly changing…cultural programs, guest speakers, workshops, seminars, and much more.

The Director of Student Engagement and Leadership has details regarding student organizations and information if you would like to start a new group. Please contact Katie Mazanetz at kmazanetz@ndc.edu or 216.373.5263 for more information. Or visit the Office of Student Engagement, located on the first floor of the Falcon’s Nest.