Notre Dame will host its 14th Annual Falcon Golf Classic at StoneWater Golf Club on Tuesday, July 21. (Brochure)

Notre Dame College has received a nearly $25,000 grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) to support a photo-journaling project, which includes a photo contest with the cities of South Euclid and Lyndhurst.

The NDC Arts: Alive and Thriving grant not only will help fund photography activities but also a theatrical event the College will offer free to the public through December 2015.

Notre Dame College is renovating its library and adding a student activity area—and asking students to name the new space.

Improvements underway at the Clara Fritzsche Library are focusing on more efficient use and storage of books and reference materials. The day-to-day business operations of the library, its offices and study spaces will be moved to a more focused area on the second floor, formerly occupied by the Academic Support Center for Students with Learning Differences.

Five Notre Dame College student-athletes placed second in a national, public service announcement contest as part of an NCAA health and safety conference.

Members of the Student Athletic Advisory Coucil—Mitch Shegos, Lauren Langenderfer, Celine Mangan, Sabrina Mottershead and Jay Banyasz—created a 30-second video on drunk driving.

The theme of the video is "Falcons Never Drive Drunk." They finished second out of 25 entries from college across the country. View the video.

Notre Dame College is launching a three-year plan to grow its entrepreneurship program with a $15,000 grant from a foundation supporting free enterprise, The Burton D. Morgan Foundation.

The College currently offers an entrepreneurship minor and started an entrepreneurship club, called NDCe, this year. The Business Division plans to add an entrepreneurship major in 2016 and an enterprise development center (EDC@NDC) in 2017. These advancements hinge upon attracting additional funding.

Notre Dame College will celebrate the largest undergraduate graduating class in the history of the almost century-old institution.

To accommodate the record number of graduates and their families, for the first time ever, the College will host two undergraduate degree ceremonies, one for graduates in the Divisions of Arts and Humanities and Business at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, May 10, and one for graduates in the Education, Nursing and Mathematics and Sciences Divisions at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 10. Both are in Regina Auditorium. Tickets are required for the two events.

Join South Euclid and Notre Dame College in recording a day in the life of our city.

The City of South Euclid and Notre Dame College invite the community to record daily life in the South Euclid neighborhoods through a photographic montage of the city.

Take photos in and around the city recording daily life with images of citizens young and old, landmarks and gardens. Then send us your best.

Several Notre Dame College students—regardless of major—will present their works in the 2015 All Student Art Show.

Sponsored by the College’s art club and art department, the juried show begins with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. March 26 in the Performing Arts Center on campus.

Awards for student art will be announced during the reception. The exhibit continues through April 8.

Notre Dame College presents its first Celebration of Scholarship Week—featuring student creative projects, faculty research and a keynote address by a renowned photographer serving as a visiting fellow—April 13-17.

The week of events kicks off with an art and history-themed lecture on rock musicians from Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Patrick Harbron, an internationally celebrated photographer, who will remain on campus for an intensive five-day visit.

Notre Dame College students secured several job interviews—and one even earned six job offers—at a Cleveland-area career job fair for education majors.

Nearly 15 students from Notre Dame attended the College’s Career Services Center-sponsored the 2015, and 17th annual, Northeast Ohio Teacher Education Day (NOTED) in Akron, Ohio. Nearly 100 employers from nearly 20 states were recruiting at the fair, which was attended by nearly 500 job seekers from 12 Northeast Ohio schools.