Woman allegedly stole almost $200,000 from Notre Dame in the past 7 years

A woman faces 11 criminal charges for allegedly stealing nearly $200,000 from Notre Dame over seven years.

44-year-old Jennifer Ihns worked at the school's clinical law center and controlled its finances.

According to court documents, she wrote checks to herself, and then used forgery to cover the paper trail.

Ihns reportedly copped to taking funds from the center, telling investigators she had a financial need.

Ihns bonded out of jail. She'll be back in court on May 30th.