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Notre Dame to soon be cashless - Details


Coming Aug. 1: Notre Dame's transition to a cashless retail environment

In an effort to maintain a healthy and more efficient campus, the University will transition to a cashless retail environment beginning Monday, Aug. 1. The change includes transactions at food service locations, dining halls, concession stands and St. Michael’s Laundry. Read the news release and refer to frequently asked questions.
Photo of the Academic year opening picnic. (Photo by Peter Ringenberg/University of Notre Dame)


University's compensation investment tops $75M

President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced a $25 million commitment to increase base compensation for eligible hourly and salaried staff, faculty and student workers. The compensation enhancement strategy introduced in April now surpasses $75 million.
"The work of Notre Dame is done by you, the dedicated faculty and staff I am proud to call colleagues." — Father Jenkins
Six Notre Dame faculty receive NSF early career awards


Six faculty receive NSF early career awards

Six researchers have received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for early career researchers. Each awardee receives half a million dollars or more in research funding over five years to support a project that combines scholarship with teaching
Accolades Accomplishments & Recognitions -Click to read Accolades.
Photo of North Dining Hall sous chef Jeremy Cantwell


Sous chef takes first place in national competition

Chef Jeremy Cantwell, sous chef at North Dining Hall, placed first in the culinary challenge at the National Association of College and University Food Services National Conference. Read about the dish that puts a Mexican American spin on turkey. 


ND Alert IPPA indoor/outdoor speaker test

The Office of Campus Safety will conduct an ND Alert test of the public address system at 1:50 p.m. Thursday, July 28. Those on campus will notice the activation of the Internet Protocol Public Address (IPPA) system, which runs through loudspeakers on fire panels and dedicated hardware and software. This test will be heard both indoors and outdoors.
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