About Notre Dame Magazine


The print version of Notre Dame Magazine is produced quarterly by the University of Notre Dame. Its circulation of 170,000 includes 137,000 Notre Dame alumni. 


The print magazine reports on University events and activities, institutional trends and campus developments, and on the University's people, history and scholarship. News of Notre Dame's alumni and alumnae as well as occasional updates from the school's Alumni Association both appear in the magazine's pages.


The magazine also has a continuing education component. Each edition contains feature articles and essays covering a broad range of topics — issues relating to current affairs and societal trends, the arts and sciences, business, technology, family concerns and matters relating to the Catholic church. While the subjects are as broad as those found at any university, the treatment in Notre Dame Magazine is a reflection of the institution in that it is most interested in the moral, spiritual and ethical aspects of these discussions.


The Website


The online version shares this editorial philosophy and posts feature and news stories found in the print issue. In addition, the electronic home of the magazine publishes web-exclusive content several times a week, including essays from editors and alumni, timely dispatches from campus and a monthly podcast. Digital addenda to print articles and various reader services (from poster sales to change-of-address capabilities) can also be found here.