Fighting Irish Alumni
Thank you for revisiting the University of Notre Dame Army ROTC! As a program, our measure of success is ultimately our alumni. We want to keep in touch with each and every one of you. We offer three options for keeping in touch:
Like Us on Facebook
Get a glimpse of cadet life today! Share your favorite photos and memories. Keep informed about alumni initiatives. Become a fan at Notre Dame Army ROTC on Facebook.
Update Your Contact Information on our Official University List-Serve
We send occasional emails with updates on football tickets and other alumni initiatives to the MyNotreDame Army ROTC alumni email list-serve. To ensure you're receiving these emails, follow these steps:
- Go to http://mynotredame.nd.edu/ and "Login".
- Click on "Update My Data".;
- Click the down-arrow icon to expand the "Contact Info" section and ensure your "Preferred Email" address is correct and "Save" any changes. Check the "Subscription Management" tab to make sure you have not unsubscribed from email communication with MyNotreDame.
- Click "MyProfile," then click "Groups." If ROTC - Army appears as one of your groups, you are already on our contact list. Make sure we have your updated e-mail address.]
- If you're not already in the ROTC - Army group, click "Search" and enter "ROTC - Army"
- Then click on the ROTC - Army group to enter the Group page.
- On the right side, click "Join Group" When the page refreshes, under the heading "Recent Activites" you should now see your name appear as having recently joined the group.
Please contact Mr. Henkaline if you experience difficulties with the myNotreDame system.
Get Involved with Planning -- Join our Alumni Association Exploratory Committee
Did you know Notre Dame Army ROTC does not have an official alumni association, yet many other Army ROTC programs do. We've formed an exploratory committee to begin our own official alumni association option. Please contact Mr. Henkaline if you're interested in joining this open committee. The commmittee discusses questions using an online forum with the potential for occasional teleconferences.