John Cardinal O'Hara Society
Launched in 1999, the John Cardinal O’Hara Society has quickly become a key fundraising program for the MBA Annual Fund in the Mendoza College of Business. John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., founded Notre Dame’s College of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (now the Mendoza College of Business) in 1921. He served as the college’s first dean and later became president of the University, serving from 1934 to 1940.
Through a minimum annual contribution of $1,500, members of the Cardinal O’Hara Society help to recruit top faculty, fund cutting-edge curriculum and technology enhancements, provide fellowships for deserving students, and build more robust services for Notre Dame’s graduate business alumni.
With their support, Notre Dame’s MBA and EMBA programs are poised to remain in the upper echelon of graduate business programs nationwide. Learn More