Identity Project Notre Dame (idND)

Mission Statement

The Identity Project seeks to discuss the true identity of the human person. As the college experience is an intense time of personal formation, the Identity Project hopes to recognize the importance of our choices with respect to our human dignity. Our activities reflect the different aspects of the human person and practically address the challenges that college students experience in light of our human identity. Informed by the Catholic tradition, the Identity Project believes that there are certain fundamental truths about the human person. We look to empower persons to live holistic lives consistent with these truths. The Identity Project seeks to join all those at the University of Notre Dame in the development of our understanding of our human identity and dignity.

How to Get Involved

The Edith Stein Project is only possible with the hard work and dedication of many students who are passionate about the conference. If you are inspired by what you experience at the conference, we encourage you to share your talents and gifts for the planning of next year's conference. Please contact if you are interested!


In addition to its signature event, the Edith Stein Project, idND hosts bi-weekly meetings throughout the year. This semester meetings will focus on the theme Striving for Sanctity. Meetings are BP Hall 24 Hour Space. Please contact to join the email listserve and keep updated on regular meetings. We hope you will join us for fellowship and conversation!