Contact Us

These links will take you to instructions for each of these avenues of inquiry:

Postal Address:

The University of Notre Dame Press
310 Flanner Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556

General Telephone: (574) 631-6346

Fax (business, editorial, & production): (574) 631-8148
Fax (graphics, marketing, & sales): (574) 631-4410


Departmental telephone numbers:

  • Acquisitions: (574) 631-4913
  • Business: (574) 631-4904
  • Manuscript Editing: (574) 631-4908
  • Production: (574) 631-4907
  • Marketing: (574) 631-3267
  • E-Marketing: (574) 631-4909
  • Sales: (574) 631-4910
  • Exhibits: (574) 631-4905
  • Graphics & Design: (574) 631-4907


University of Notre Dame Press Staff Listings

Order Inquiries

Our books are distributed by the Chicago Distribution Center (CDC). Please order our books through the CDC via mail, phone, fax, or online through this Web site.

Postal Address for the CDC:

Chicago Distribution Center
11030 South Langley
Chicago, IL 60628

Customer Service and order fulfillment at the CDC:

Telephone: (800) 621-2736 (US & Canada); (773) 702-7000 (Rest of world)
Fax: (800) 621-8476 (US & Canada); (773) 702-7212 (Rest of world)
TTY Toll Free: (888) 630-9347
TTY Direct: (773) 702-7096


Electronic File Requests for Students with print disabilities

The University of Notre Dame Press will assist Accessibility Offices at institutions of higher learning with providing access to our books to students who have disabilities that prevent them from using books in printed form. If we have an electronic file for a book a student must read for a course, we will make every effort to provide that electronic file. To make such a request, please contact the press at the general e-mail address: .

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