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Notre Dame “Books” Seminar Participant Awarded French Legion of Honor

Maurice “Maury” Feren, at age 97, is a second-time participant in Notre Dame College’s Books That Changed the World seminar series. A decorated World War II veteran with two Gold Stars and a Purple Heart among other honors, he was recently awarded the French Legion of Honorby Stephen Knerly, Jr., the French Consul in Cleveland, at a ceremony at Park Synagogue.

Notre Dame Students Prepare Tax Returns for Low-income Residents

Students at Notre Dame College are positively impacting the community by filing federal and state income tax forms for Cuyahoga County residents who cannot afford account services or software packages.

Notre Dame College Takes Top Prizes in St. Patrick's Day Parade

Notre Dame College marched and floated its way to top prizes in the 2013 St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Athletes Lead Campus in 40 Days of Lenten Service

The Notre Dame College community, led by its Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC), is pledging 40 days of service throughout the 40 days of Lent.

Notre Dame College Launches Personal Training Program

Notre Dame College is offering a nine-week personal training certification course to prepare students and professionals for careers in the fitness industry. The class will meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays beginning April 13 through June 15.

Elect to Spend Presidents’ Day at Notre Dame College

Notre Dame College invites prospective students to celebrate the holiday that honors U.S. commanders-in-chief with its Presidents’ Day Visit open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, February 18. Experience what it is like to be a Notre Dame Falcon for a day─and a leader for life.

Protect Against the Spread of Flu

With the United States and Northeast Ohio experiencing an early, elevated flu season, Notre Dame College is arming the campus community with information to offer protection from the spread of influenza-like illnesses.

NDC Offers Innovative eLearning Course

To gain the skills necessary to create effective blended eLearning content and teaching tools, enroll by Feb. 14 in “Technology Driven Classrooms: Engaging the iGeneration,” an eight-week, online, graduate-level, extensively research-based and fully instructor-led course.

Mountain East

Notre Dame College and 11 other institutions that announced the formation of the Mountain East Conference (MEC) in August have officially applied for approval to begin competing as the NCAA’s newest Division II conference in 2013-­‐14.

Meadows Turkey Bowl

Notre Dame College once again serves as a corporate sponsor of the Meadows Turkey Bowl, the largest fund-raising event in Medina County benefitting the St. Vincent DePaul Society. NDC will provide the team jerseys and a Falcon tunnel.