Notre Dame’s Catholic mission enables the exploration of the relationship between the arts and the sacred with greater range and freedom than is possible at most universities. A new building for the Department of Art, Art History, and Design, along with additional faculty hires, will enable the interdisciplinary study of and participation in the richness of Catholicism’s two millennia of … Read More
Student Affairs aspires to nurture a campus climate that honors diversity of background, thought, and experience; supports the belonging and full participation of underrepresented students; and engages and values the authentic voice of every person. Additional support is necessary to invest in our most underrepresented and low socioeconomic student populations, and to make this aspiration a reality at Notre Dame.
The University of Notre Dame is taking another step toward meeting the housing needs of undergraduate students and supporting the communities these students call home with the construction of a new men’s residence hall on the east side of campus. Integrating elements of Notre Dame’s collegiate gothic campus architecture style and cherished residential traditions, the hall will be situated in … Read More
Douglas and Diana Berthiaume of Andover, Massachusetts, have made a $20 million gift to the University of Notre Dame to endow the newly established Berthiaume Institute for Precision Health. “The groundbreaking research conducted by the Berthiaume Institute for Precision Health is vital in preventing and treating disease, promoting wellness and reducing health disparities, especially among underserved populations,” Notre Dame President Rev. John … Read More
The University of Notre Dame will expand its interdisciplinary science and engineering research complex on the east side of campus with the addition of a second building underwritten by a lead gift from alumnus and Emeritus Trustee Ted H. McCourtney and his wife, Tracy. The second building in the East Campus Research Complex will connect to the original three-story McCourtney … Read More
Through various initiatives over the past six years, the University of Notre Dame has been an integral partner in helping to bridge gaps between researchers and industry in the South Bend-Elkhart region. By offering world-class expertise and state-of-the-art facilities, the University has supported local growth and prosperity with the creation of an innovation, entrepreneurship and commercialization incubator and through the … Read More
Graduate and professional students are critical to building renowned research and scholarship. Notre Dame’s graduate programs and professional schools train students for leadership positions in the academy, government, industry, and non-profit organizations. Benefits of strong graduate and professional programs reach beyond post-baccalaureate formation – they provide undergraduates with experiential learning opportunities and help bring talented faculty to campus. We must … Read More
Notre Dame will always be committed to providing an education of unsurpassed quality, one that enriches intellects and forms hearts, to any student with the talent and desire to succeed at the University. We must build sustainable commitments to fund undergraduate financial aid, our most critical and enduring need.
Our student-athletes play an essential role in shaping all Notre Dame students’ on-campus experiences, providing an opportunity for the campus community to gather and celebrate the spirit of Notre Dame. This experience is made possible through generous commitments towards endowments that support grants-in-aid, coaching positions, and other priorities that enhance the student-athlete experience and promote a competitive edge on the … Read More