The ND Club of Austin is the official home for Notre Dame friends, family, and alumni in the Central Texas area. The ND Club of Austin’s mission is driven by Camaraderie, Catholic / Christian Spirituality, Communications, Community Service, Continuing Education, and Current Students.
We encourage you to join us at our upcoming events to connect with the Notre Dame and Austin communities. Please contact the Club for more information or subscribe to our newsletter (on the right) to stay up to date.
- 5 Sep 2017: Help Harvey Victims in Central Texas | , ,
- 10 Sep 2017: ND Women Connect – Shared Read | , ,
- 23 Sep 2017: Monthly Leadership Meeting – All Welcome | Howson Branch of Austin Public Library, 2500 Exposition Blvd, Austin
- 23 Sep 2017: Neighborhood Game Watches – ND @ MSU | Austin Neighborhood Watering Holes, ,
- 25 Sep 2017: Quarterback Club | Rudy's BBQ, 2451 S Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin
- 29 Sep 2017: American Indian Heritage Day | Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress Ave, Austin
- 7 Oct 2017: NDWC Half-Day Retreat | St. Ignatius Catholic Parish, 2301 Euclid Avenue, Austin
- 9 Nov 2017: Hesburgh Lecture with Prof. Kathleen Cummings | , ,
- 18 Nov 2017: Christmas Light Installation – RSVP Sept 15th | Community First Village, 9301 Hog Eye Rd, Austin
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The Club In Action
ND Football Legend Reggie Brooks is coming to Austin!
Date/Time : Saturday, 29 April 2017 – 10:30am – 8:00pm Location : Multiple
It’s springtime in Austin and time for the Notre Dame family to serve and celebrate together. We’re proud to announce our first ever CLUB DAY, a full slate of club activities reflecting the unique character of our university. From a club mass at St. Ed’s at 11am (followed by lunch) to our 1pm service project in North Austin and our 4pm gathering at the legendary Jester King Brewery, we’ll make a difference as we meet other Irish faithful. The official events for our first annual CLUB DAY are:
10:30am: Mass at St. Edward’s University’s Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel followed by a light lunch of Thundercloud Subs in the adjacent fellowship hall. If you’d like to serve as a reader, musician or eucharistic minister, email Josh@NDClubofAustin.com.
1pm: Service Project at the St. George’s Court apartment complex for low-income seniors and disabled. We will be planting the garden beds near their apartments and engaging in a few rounds of bingo. Contact Khalil@NDClubofAustin.com with questions or donations of plants. [Participants get a free Serve & Celebrate club t-shirt!]
4pm: Club Social at the Jester King Brewery and Stanley’s Farmhouse Pizza. Early RSVPs get a bracelet to signify your 20% discount. This family-friendly setting not only offers great food, drink and brewery tours, we’ll also have low-impact sporting events on the adjacent meadow.
Whether you can make one event or all three, we’ll have a great time together serving our community then celebrating our shared sense of purpose.
Join your fellow Notre Dame Alumni, family and friends from across the Austin area for our annual holiday party and food drive. From the time you arrive at the door of the Saad residence with your covered dish (who doesn’t love pot luck?), you’ll enjoy great food and drink as you reconnect with ND friends.
For every non-perishable food item you bring, you’ll get a raffle ticket and a chance to win great prizes including Yeti drinkware, club t-shirts and the ever-popular ND Club of Austin koozies. You can also take part in structured networking activities and meet the new club officers for 2017.
When you RSVP, please indicate which dish you’ll bring (appetizer, side dish, or dessert) and how many people will attend with you.
We look forward to seeing you and getting the new year off on the right foot.
The Notre Dame Club of Austin is proud to host, along with St. Edward’s University, Professor Luis Fraga as he presents this year’s Hesburgh Series Lecture. The year’s topic, “The Changing American Voter in 2016 and Beyond,” has special relevance in an election cycle full of evolving dynamics that may determine the shape of American politics for future decades. Please plan to join us at St. Edward’s University the evening of September 15th. This event will be free of charge.Featured Future Events, Continuing Education
We have changed this year’s UND Night so that it is more affordable and family friendly!
Enjoy a fajita dinner, talk with Margaret Morgan from the University, welcome our SSLP student Abby, engage in activities for the kids and adults, and spend time with fellow Domers and friends! We hope you’ll join us for a night of fun, learning, and socializing. Purchase your tickets on the right using PayPal.
Our SLLP student, Abby, will be staying with three wonderful host families over the course of the summer. This is a great opportunity to meet Abby and welcome her to Austin.
Margaret Morgan: Director of Residential Life: Rector Recruitment, Hiring and Retention
Want to know about how residential life has changed and where it’s going? Margaret is a great speaker who can provide in depth insight into residential life and our current students.
Beginning in 2014, Margaret Morgan oversees 12 residence halls working closely with the Rectors and hall staff. She has primary responsibility for recruitment, hiring and retention of Rectors. Along with these efforts, Margaret also spearheads many initiatives for Academic Integration in our residential communities, including the Faculty Fellows, Faculty in Residence and all Residentially Based courses.
She is also a triple domer!
Read more about Margaret here.