Academic Programs & Service
A hallmark of the Catholic faith tradition is a concern for the common good borne out in service to others. Notre Dame students, faculty and staff alike find a wealth of opportunities to embrace this philosophy as a way of life.
The Echo Faith Formation Leadership Program prepares tomorrow’s leaders in faith formation through a dynamic two-year service and master’s degree program.
The Group Alternative Live-In Legal Education (GALILEE) gives Notre Dame law students an opportunity through student-designed urban immersion programs.
Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
The Mendoza College of Business hosts an annual Business Plan Competition both for profit and not-for-profit ventures that allow the opportunity to compete for prizes.
Master of Nonprofit Administration (M.N.A.), Mendoza College of Business
The Master of Nonprofit Administration program is designed to develop exemplary leaders serving nonprofit organizations.
Master of Sacred Music Program
The Master of Sacred Music Program is designed to teach skilled musicians how to work with congregations as well as how to use music to enhance the liturgy.
Master of Divinity
Notre Dame’s Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree program is one of the premier ministry preparation programs in North America.
Nanovic Institute for European Studies
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies created an integrated, interdisciplinary home for students and faculty to explore the evolving ideas, cultures, beliefs, and institutions that shape Europe today.
Notre Dame Vision
Notre Dame Vision ‘Mentors-in-Faith’ give undergraduates the opportunity to serve as the primary ministry leaders for high school students.
Social Concerns Seminars
Undergraduates spend fall and spring breaks offering assistance in Appalachia, on migrant farms and elsewhere.
Tax Assistance Program
Accountancy students annually prepare nearly 3,800 tax forms for area residents.
Our association with Peace Corps goes back to the agency's founding in 1961. More than 800 have entered the Peace Corps – more than from any other Catholic college or university.
A Center for Social Concerns program in which students devote 48 hours to studying and experiencing the poverty, injustice and apathy in America's inner cities.