The Cuyahoga County Department of Development has awarded Notre Dame College $200,000 for renovations of campus facilities. The grant was announced during the inaugural meeting of the county’s Economic Development Commission on Jan. 25. 

Notre Dame College President Andrew P. Roth has announced that the College’s board of directors has approved the purchase of the former Regina High School at 1857 South Green Road. Established in 1953, the all-girls high school graduated its last class in June 2010.

Notre Dame College, in collaboration with Ensemble Theatre, will host 12 performances of Charles Smith’s “Free Man of Color,” a historical drama about Ohio’s first African American college graduate, in the Performing Arts Center from Feb. 10 to Feb. 27.

Notre Dame College students and alumni are invited to a mini job fair sponsored by NDC’s Career Services Center in the foyer of the Administration Building from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 16.  

Notre Dame is the first college in Ohio to become a chapter of the Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society for students with disabilities.

At Notre Dame College, we work hard to promote a “culture of giving.” As part of this pursuit and to incorporate a more comprehensive stewardship of our donors, we have installed three new donor plaques on the first floor of the Administration Building. These plaques provide a permanent recognition of our donors and showcase the importance of their contributions to the lives of our students.

With the turn of the calendar, Notre Dame Baseball is now just six weeks away, and the team and its fans are turning their attention to the program's annual fundraiser banquet.

Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host a joint book signing and art exhibit opening reception that can be called a family affair. On Jan. 27, Notre Dame College Professor Dalma Takács will sign her latest book “The Condo: Or…Life, a Sequel,” while her daughter Judy Takács will open her exhibit “His, Hers, and the Truth: Paintings of Human Realism.”

A group of Notre Dame College photography students spent much of the spring 2010 semester on a unique project capturing the joy and sorrow of seriously ill patients, and their families, as they received end-of-life care at Hospice of the Western Reserve.

Over the last decade, a historic shift has occurred from Judaism to Islam as the paradigmatic interfaith relationship of the Catholic Church. Such was the thesis presented by CNN’s senior Vatican analyst, John Allen, Jr., who discussed the Vatican’s interfaith relations at Notre Dame College on Nov. 4.