ND Launches Community Resource Website

Dan Cutrona | October 26, 2016

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If you’re looking for a new place to try out for dinner or a local landscaper, you’re in luck. A new, comprehensive website gives a glimpse of the culture and services offered at the University and surrounding area.

Funded by the Office of the Executive Vice President, find.nd.edu informs both the curious and newcomer with helpful information neatly organized by category (arts, education, dining, government, health, housing, parks, religion and travel). More than 1,500 businesses and organizations are included on the site, which also integrates Google Maps to show a location’s proximity to Notre Dame’s campus.

“The goal of the site is to connect people in the ND community to resources and opportunities in the South Bend/Elkhart region,” says Linda Kroll, associate vice president in the Office of Budget and Financial Planning. “This is a great place to live and work. Find.nd.edu is a great way to share this information more broadly.”

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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