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Notre Dame of Maryland University

Educating leaders to transform the world.
A university dedicated to liberal arts in the Catholic tradition, Notre Dame was founded in 1895 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame and was the first Catholic women’s college to award the baccalaureate degree. Notre Dame educates a diverse community of scholars at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Members of our community share the values embedded in our mission: personal and academic excellence, an inclusive community, service, and social responsibility. Our fearless graduates make a difference in their professional fields, their communities, and the world.
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    In 1899 Notre Dame became the first Catholic women’s college to award the baccalaureate degree.
  • Notre Dame of Maryland University
    At Notre Dame you are more than a number. With small class sizes, professors will know you as an individual and be able to help you succeed.
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    The Notre Dame community is rich with history and tradition. At Honors Convocation students recite the honor pledge, which allows for unproctored exams.
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    Our adult undergraduate and graduate programs give working men and women the opportunity to earn an essential credential in fields such as business, education, healthcare and more.
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    Most students love Notre Dame the minute they step on campus—it feels like home.
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    Why a women’s college?
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  • Quick Facts

    Small

    About 3,000 women and men are enrolled in degree and certificate programs at Notre Dame.

    Suburban

    NDMU is located on a beautiful, 58-acre wooded campus in a residential neighborhood of Baltimore City.

    Private University

    Founded by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, NDMU was the first Catholic college for women in the U.S. to award the 4-year baccalaureate degree. It welcomes all faith traditions.

    Freshman Class Profile

    1060 (combined math and verbal) SAT
    24 ACT
    3.71 GPA

    Student to Faculty ratio

    11:1

    Athletics

    Student-athletes participate in eight NCAA Division III sports: basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, and volleyball. We offer the unique opportunity to participate in multiple sports.

    Rankings

    NDMU rose 10 places in U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges 2014” rankings, to 50th among Best Regional Universities in the North.

    Enrollment

    Total Enrollment: 2,764
    Undergraduate: 1,169
    Graduate: 1,341

    Gender

    Women: 100%
    Men: 0%
    Women make up 100% of the Women's College. Across all colleges the gender breakdown is 86% women and 14% men.

    In-State vs. Out of State

    In-State: 84%
    Out of State: 13%
    (of full-time Women’s College students)

    Career Success

    81% of 2013 graduates were working full-time or engaged in full-time graduate study 10 months after graduation.

    Domestic vs. International

    Domestic: 97%
    International: 3%
    (of full-time Women’s College students)
  • Academics

    Notre Dame is comprised of four schools: the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, the School of Nursing, and the School of Pharmacy. Our undergraduate Women’s College offers 29 dynamic majors that address and anticipate marketplace needs. We offer small classes, devoted faculty members who care about student success, and a commitment to educating young women to be leaders. Our rich and supportive environment challenges students to excel and transform the world.

     

    Degree Programs

    37 Bachelors, 21 Masters, 2 Doctoral, 12 Certificates

     

    Featured Programs

    English

    Nursing

    Biology

    Education

    Business

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    Schools

    School of Arts and Sciences

    School of Education

    School of Nursing

    School of Pharmacy

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  • Contact Information

Location

4701 N. Charles St
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
410-435-0100
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