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Transfer Information: Notre Dame of Maryland University

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Campus Information

Type of School

Notre Dame of Maryland University is a private, Catholic university Undergraduate Women’s College: A traditional four-year undergraduate experience for women College of Adult Undergraduate Study: Flexible, co-ed bachelor’s programs for working adults.

The University enrolls approximately 2,300 students and has Schools of Arts, Sciences, and Business; Education; Nursing; and Pharmacy. Additionally, the University offers programs for adult students fully online and at several locations across the state.

NDMU is located on a beautiful 60-acre wooded campus in the northern Baltimore residential neighborhood of Homeland.

Demographics

Total head count of students: 2,234 (754 undergraduates and 1,480 graduate and professional degree students) ·

  • 93% of the total student population are residents of Maryland
  • 90% of Women’s College students are residents of Maryland
  • 10% of Women’s College students are from out of state (17 different states)
  • 2% of Women’s College students are international
  • 58% of Women’s College Students are of a minority ethnic group

 

Transfer Admissions and Financial Aid

Admission Requirements

Adult Undergraduate Transfer Students | Notre Dame of Maryland University (ndm.edu) Completed Application, HS (if less than 30 college credits) and College Transcripts, Cumulative GPA 2.5 or higher https://www.ndm.edu/caus/admissions-aid/transfer-students

Women's College Transfer Students | Notre Dame of Maryland University (ndm.edu) Completed Application, HS (if less than 30 college credits)and College Transcripts, Cumulative GPA 2.5 or higher https://www.ndm.edu/womens-college/admissions-aid/transfer-students

Deadlines

Rolling/ Priority Filing Dates: Fall Transfer Admission: March 15

Spring Transfer Admission: December 15

Priority Scholarship Decisions: November 1

Costs of Attendance

https://www.ndm.edu/business-office/tuition-fees

Room and Board  https://www.ndm.edu/womens-college/admissions-aid/tuition-fees

 

Financial Aid

Academics

Student/Teacher Ratio: 7:1 undergraduate student-faculty ratio

52,8% graduate within 6 years.

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