Your education is priceless. Together, we can make Notre Dame affordable.
Notre Dame of Maryland University offers grants, scholarships, loans, and federal Work-Study funds to eligible entering and continuing students. About 95 percent of Women’s College students, 35 percent of undergraduates in the College of Adult Undergraduate Studies , 30 percent of graduate students and 97 percent of our Pharmacy students receive need-based and/or non-need-based financial aid.
Students must reapply for aid each subsequent year, beginning in January. Most financial aid is renewable, provided that the student continues to meet federal and university eligibility criteria.
You can find more information about eligibility, costs, and the financial aid awarding process at Notre Dame by following the links on this page. For information about applying for aid, see the How to Apply section.
FAFSA filing news for 2014-2015
- We urge you to complete the FAFSA by February 15, which is Notre Dame's priority filing deadline. In order to qualify for financial assistance from the state of Maryland for 2014-2015, your FAFSA must be received by the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) by March 1, 2014.
- Current students - if you have missing documents, you can view them on Web Advisor and read a description of each document and requirements here.
Spring Semester Disbursement Information
- Check out the Disbursement of Funds page for information on when each type of financial aid is scheduled to disburse.
Looking for Scholarships for next year?
- Now is the time to start searching and applying. Visit our external scholarship page for updated information.
Financial Aid Deadlines
Click here to review financial aid deadlines for 2013-14 and 2014-15.
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