John Cardinal O'Hara Society

Behind every great Graduate Business Program is a good network of support—like the John Cardinal O’Hara Society.

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What is the John Cardinal O’Hara Society?

The John Cardinal O’Hara Society recognizes and thanks those members of the Notre Dame family who provide the Graduate Business Programs with a high level of annual support. Through their gifts, members of the John Cardinal O’Hara Society:

  • Help recruit top faculty
  • Fund cutting-edge curriculum and technology enhancements
  • Provide fellowships for deserving students
  • Build more robust services for Notre Dame’s graduate business alumni

How do I become a member?

Joining the John Cardinal O’Hara Society is easy! Simply make an annual gift to a qualifying Graduate Business fund at one of the following levels:

What do members experience?

As a member of the John Cardinal O’Hara Society, you will receive:

  • “Special contributor status” in the football ticket lottery for traditional and Dean’s Circle members, with improved chances for success in obtaining tickets to multiple home football games
  • Associate members get priority access to purchase four football tickets to a special Associate member home football game and access to a parking pass lottery for that game (Associates are also included in the alumni lottery for remaining home games)
  • A memento emblematic of your membership
  • Invitations to special events hosted by the dean
  • Business publications, including Notre Dame Business and the Dean’s Annual Report
  • Special University communications
  • A personalized membership card entitling you to discounts at select on-campus venues

On top of all that, you will receive additional experiences as a Dean’s Circle member.

Every gift matters. Join the John Cardinal O’Hara Society today.

Questions? Please contact:

Jim Cunningham MBA ’13
Director, John Cardinal O’Hara Society
(574) 631-4303

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€œThe college should send [people] into business with a sound knowledge of business theory€, with lofty ideals of citizenship, with sound conceptions of business morality€, and with a character that will put those principles into practice under whatever temptations the world may offer.€ John Cardinal O’€™Hara, the first dean of Notre Dame’s College of Business Administration and the University’s 13th President

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