Notre Dame College to Travel to Bruges Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin in 2015

The Notre Dame College international, educational travel trip in 2015 will include the historical and cultural highlights of Germany─the homeland of the College’s founders, the Sisters of Notre Dame─as well as Belgium and the Netherlands.

Local Artist Showcases Portraits of Sisters of Notre Dame in Clara Fritzsche Lib

Notre Dame College will host the premier showing of “NUN,” an exhibit of portraits of a group of retired Sisters of Notre Dame by award-winning artist Judy Takács, through May 23 in the library.

W. Reed Simon

The art of teaching art for Notre Dame College faculty member W. Reed Simon is, in part, music. A jazz violinist as well as an artist and educator, Simon distinctively shares with his students─through his experiences in and outside of the classroom─the technical proficiencies and creative processes required to craft objects of beauty.

Notre Dame College to Perform "All Shook Up!" The Elvis Musical April 4-6

The Notre Dame College theatre program will present “All Shook Up at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 4, and Saturday, April 5, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 6. All performances will be in the College’s Regina Auditorium.

Amanda Litz

Members of the Notre Dame College community have opened their hearts to the homeless as part of the College’s Office of Campus Ministry Labre Project service partnership. Here is how Amanda Litz, a junior communication major, described her recent experience.

Notre Dame College Students Prepare Tax Returns for Low-income Residents

Notre Dame College students are positively impacting the community by filing federal and state income tax forms for those who cannot afford account services or software packages.

Notre Dame College Awarded Grant for “Second Act: A Revitalization of Arts and C

Notre Dame College has been awarded $26,000 from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture to engage the College and the community through three theatrical performances, two art shows and a literature-based seminar.

Notre Dame College to ‘Engage the Other’ by Continuing Conversation from its Abr

Notre Dame College’s Abrahamic Center will follow up its Distinguished Lecture by Nontombi Naomi Tutu with a series of discussions that heed the speaker’s call to the community to seek out the shared humanity in others.

Kim Lane, Director of Career Services

Notre Dame College is welcoming two accomplished alumni back to campus to help current students get ahead in their own job searches.

Notre Dame College Wrestlers Claim NWCA National Championship

Fresh off a National Wrestling Coaches Association championship, the Notre Dame College wrestling team will compete for an NCAA Division II national title March 14-15 in Cleveland.