We Develop Women of Impact

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Speaker Series

Join us on March 4, 2021 for a conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Griffith about the history of women in politics, leadership and education. Click here to learn more and register.

Ora et Labora

Click on the image above, or here, to read our 2019-2020 report of philanthropy featuring articles about donors, speakers, honorees, alums and friends. If you do not receive this publication in the mail and would like to be added to our distribution list, please email communications@ndsj.org.

Committed to Equity

We are committed to continuing to work to ensure an inclusive, equitable community. Click here to learn more.

Flexible Re-Entry Guide

Based on educational research, feedback from focus groups and the work of a curriculum think tank, we have built the Flexible Re-Entry Plan for the 2020-2021 school year to expand or contract based on Santa Clara County guidelines. 

Events

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ND Compadres Meeting

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Leadership Development

Each student has the opportunity to develop her leadership skills within the co-curricular program of her choice. Students develop voice and experience in our empowering environment.

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165 Years of Tradition

In the midst of a rapidly changing world, Notre Dame's spirit and traditions remain. Whether donning crazy costumes for Spirit Week, walking downtown to attend mass, or swaying arm-in-arm while singing the alma mater, generations of women have upheld these traditions and called Notre Dame home.

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A Culture of Innovation

Notre Dame's progressive culture of solution-finding, resource-sharing, skill-building and partnerships promotes curiosity and creativity within a unique learning environment.

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Unique Downtown Experience

A Notre Dame education extends well beyond the footprint of our downtown San Jose campus, out into the tenth largest city in the United States and the thriving center of Silicon Valley.

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