Notre Dame College Honors Second Athletic Hall of Fame Class

Notre Dame College inducted three individuals and one team into its Athletic Hall of Fame. Molly Merrill, Anna Ball, Dave Hilborn and the 2005 men's soccer team were honored as the second class in College history.

Notre Dame College Presents Exhibit of Artist's Lifelong Love of Sailing, Nature

An exhibit of works by an artist who created costumes for the elephants in the Ringling Brothers Circus and worked as a camouflage technician in the U.S. Army continues through March 31 at the Notre Dame College library.

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

Notre Dame College students are offering free tax preparation for low-income Cuyahoga County residents again this year. They are filing federal and state income tax forms for those who cannot afford account services or software packages.

Notre Dame College Students to Endorse High Tech Business for Startup Fu

The Student Venture Fund at Notre Dame College, also known as NDC Shark Tank, a chapter of the Northeast Ohio Student Venture Fund, has won $25,000 in startup funds for its selection: GiveNext LCC.

David Petrovic

Notre Dame College student David Petrovic, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, chronicles his experiences in a new book, Expect a Miracle: A Mother/Son Asperger Journey of Determination and Triumph. He will sign copies of the book March 10 on campus.

Notre Dame College National Champion Women’s Rugby Team Honored by City of South

Notre Dame College and the South Euclid City Council celebrated the Falcon national champion women’s rugby team, including its five All-Tournament Team players and its member named MVP of the national contest.

Notre Dame College Offers New Gaming Design Program

The game design concentration is the first of its kind in the region at an undergraduate level and provides the fundamentals of computer gaming and educational concepts related to technology to prepare students for employment in entertainment and instructional game design industries.

Sr. Jeanne Moenk

Sr. Jeanne Moenk, SND, Ph.D., and Barb Kooser utilized tactile devices—including fabrics, models and malleable sticks—to teach math symbols and concepts to a visually impaired student.

Notre Dame Today Magazine

The newest issue of Notre Dame Today, the College's magazine, celebrates President Thomas G. Kruczek, Regina Hall and all members of the extended Notre Dame College family.

 Nicholas R. Santilli

Notre Dame College has received an award from the Council of Independent Colleges as part of its Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education, and with a grant from the American Council on Education, the College has been named a founding institution in the Alternative Credit Project.