Blue and Gold Membership with the Notre Dame Sorin Society

For nearly five years Dan Palmier has served as the chief executive officer at UC Funds, LLC, in Boston, Massachusetts. As founder and leader of the bridge, mezzanine equity, and permanent loans solutions company, Dan Palmier has assisted UC Funds in the origination of almost a $1 billion. Outside of his work in finance, Daniel Palmier is a regular contributor to the Sorin Society at Notre Dame.

At the University of Notre Dame, students, alumni, and family members can contribute to the school as members of the Edward Frederick Sorin Society. There are three tiers of membership with the society. Each level signifies a contribution to the school’s financial aid services and other areas of academic and student life.

Basic members of the Sorin Society enjoy special contributor preferences during the ticket lottery for Notre Dame football games and receive invitations to various university events. Sorin blue members, meanwhile, are invited to additional football weekend events, including special Mass services and post-game dinners. Blue members also receive priority registration and parking assistance during home football games. Finally, the Sorin Society provides gold members with the same offerings made to members at the basic and blue levels, plus an additional variety of exclusive events and perks, such as a pair of seat back engravings in the Joyce Center at Purcell Pavilion.

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About Dan Palmier

The founder and CEO of UC Funding, LLC, a real estate financing company focused on asset management, underwriting, and loan structuring, Dan Palmier maintains affiliation with the Commercial Mortgage Securities Association and the National Multi-Housing Council.
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