Associate/Traditional Membership

Associate Membership ($500 - $1,499)

With a minimum annual donation of $500, recent Graduate Business alumni (last five graduating years) are invited to join the John Cardinal O’Hara Society as Associate members.

As an Associate O’Hara member, you will enjoy the following experiences:

  • 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 (for remaining home games, members are eligible to apply through the alumni lottery)
  • A memento emblematic of your membership
  • Business publications, including Mendoza Business and the Dean’s Annual Report, for those not currently receiving them
  • Special University communications
  • A personalized membership card entitling you to discounts at select on-campus venues

Traditional Membership ($1,500 - $4,999)

With a minimum annual donation of $1,500, members of the Notre Dame family are invited to join the John Cardinal O’Hara Society as Traditional members.

As a Traditional O’Hara member, you will enjoy the following experiences: 

  • “Special contributor status” in the Notre Dame Football Ticket Lottery
     
  • Invitations to special Recognition Society on-campus and regional events
     
  • A memento emblematic of your membership
  • Business publications, including Mendoza Business and the Dean’s Annual Report, for those not currently receiving them
  • Special University communications
  • A personalized membership card entitling you to discounts at select on-campus venues

Every gift makes the program stronger. Join the John Cardinal O’Hara Society today!

Questions? Please contact:

 

Dan Peña, '12 MBA
Associate Director, Graduate Business Annual Giving
(574) 631-0083

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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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