Talk:University of Notre Dame Australia
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seems like an advertisement unsigned.
- Could you specify what section/words you're referring to?
Yoda921 09:00, 29 January 2007 (UTC)Yoda
---It really does seem to be an advertisement. "Going from strength to strength", "wel known for.." (is it *actually* well known? Not really.)-- The tone of this page needs to be changed to a more neutral tone. Maybe I'll even get around to it sometime. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 07:13, 21 January 2013 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:Notre Dame Australia Logo.jpg
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The Office of Communications and Media, The University of Notre Dame Australia, grants permission for this image to be used in this article. Thank you.22.214.171.124 (talk) 06:22, 24 February 2011 (UTC)
Requested move 17 August 2015
Hello, I am employed by Notre Dame and have been reviewing the Wikipedia page as significant parts of it are outdated or unsubstantiated or irrelevant. On 4 September 2015 I started editing the page with minor edits in the info box. I have seen today (7 September 2015) that there is a 'close connection' warning at the top of the article. I am certainly aware that we can't use the Wikipedia page as a marketing tool, but it is important that the information on it is accurate and up-to-date. What is the best way to proceed with this? Would it be okay for me to make edits and then someone can review them for neutrality? Please help! NDMCO (talk) 03:42, 7 September 2015 (UTC)
- The general principle is that anyone with a potential conflict of interest (such as yourself with this article) should normally request or propose changes to be made on the talk page instead of doing so themselves. Minor factual edits, such as updating people's names, is normally okay. If you haven't Already then you need to read the Conflict of Interest guidelines at WP:COI. Anglicanus (talk) 06:01, 7 September 2015 (UTC)
Requested change to introduction
The University of Notre Dame Australia (UNDA) is an Australian private Catholic university established in 1989 in the Western Australian port city of Fremantle. Although it is a private university, Notre Dame receives significant government funding. While the university claims "strong collegial links" with the American University of Notre Dame located in Notre Dame, Indiana, they are separate institutions.
The University of Notre Dame Australia (Notre Dame) is an Australian private not-for-profit Catholic university with three campuses in Fremantle, Sydney and Broome.
The University is never referred to as UNDA, it is always abbreviated as Notre Dame. I would like to redo the current history section with a proper verifiable and referenced version (I have prepared this but one thing at a time!). I've added the parts about the campuses because I think that is information that belongs in an intro. I have removed the second sentence because it is unverifiable - there is nothing on the Notre Dame website that backs those parts up.