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A Child's Place

A Child's Place is an MSDE-approved nursery and kindergarten school.

Location

LeClerc Hall

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5399
Fax: 410-532-5160
Email: mashton@ndm.edu

Office of Academic Affairs

We function as a community of teacher/scholars dedicated to our mission and take an active role in the education of all our students.

Contact

Phone: 510-482-4820

Office of Alumnae and Alumni Relations

The office of alumnae and alumni relations provides many benefits and services to University graduates, while endeavoring to stay connected with everyone in the Notre Dame family.

Location

Noyes House
Third Floor

Contact

Phone: 410-532-3166
Email: ndmalum@ndm.edu

B

Triangle Bookstore

The University's Barnes and Noble bookstore carries all of the books, supplies and Notre Dame gear that you need.

Location

Gibbons Hall
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore,  MD 21210-2404

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5395
Hours: 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Monday-Thursday; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Saturday; Closed on Sunday

Business Office

Take care of your bill in person or online.

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5440
Fax: 410-532-5104
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday; 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Thursday

C

Career Center

We offer a comprehensive suite of services and a processional staff committed to the academic and professional success of our clients.

Location

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Evening hours available upon appointment.

Contact

Theresa Hall, Lower Level, Room 022
410-532-5387
career@ndm.edu

D

SAGE Dining Services

SAGE's seasonal menus are custom-designed for Notre Dame, reflecting the community's preferences as well as the fresh products available in the market.

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5726

Office of Disability Support Services

The office of disability support services delivers services designed to assist students in full participation in college life.

Location

Theresa 09

Contact

Laura Mathabel, M.A.
410-532-5401
lmathabel@ndm.edu

E

English Language Institute

If you are looking for English language training to help you succeed in United States schools and your career, ELI offers an excellent program for women and men from all over the world.

Location

Meletia Hall, Room 016

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5566
Fax: 410-532-5794
Email: eli@ndm.edu
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

G

Gormley Gallery

Gormley Gallery exhibits student work, as well as those of community artists and Notre Dame faculty.

Location

Fourier Hall, Second Floor

Contact

Phone: 410-435-0100
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

H

Health Services

All full-time Notre Dame of Maryland University students are eligible to receive health services via the University’s health providers.

Location

Division of Student Life
MBK Sports Complex, Room 219

Patient First-Lutherville Location Only
10755 Falls Road, Suite 160
Lutherville, MD 21093-4588

Contact

Division of Student Life
410-532-5308
studentlife@ndm.edu

Patient First-Lutherville Location Only
410-583-2777

Human Resources

Notre Dame seeks to attract individuals who are committed to our mission of educating women as leaders to transform the world.

Location

4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Theresa Hall, 2nd Floor

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5898
Phone: 410-532-5397 (payroll)
Fax: 410-532-5785
Email: human_resources@ndm.edu

I

Information Technology

Our experts offer phone or email assistance regarding various computer-related tasks and applications in a timely and professional manner.

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5200

Office of Institutional Advancement

With a gift to Notre Dame, you can change the lives of our students.

Location

Noyes House, Second Floor

Contact

Brent Swinton
Assistant Vice President for Advancement

Phone: 410-532-5556 
Email: bswinton@ndm.edu

Office of Institutional Research

The office of institutional research provides quality information and analysis services to support planning, decision-making, accreditation and assessment at a variety of organizational levels, while also maintaining reporting requirements for external agencies and organizations.

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5544
Fax: 410-532-5792
Email: oir@ndm.edu

Office of International Programs

We provide information about opportunities to serve, study and teach abroad.

Location

Sister Kathleen Feeley International Center
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21210

Contact

Phone: 410-532-3196
Fax: 410-532-5794
Email: oip@ndm.edu

L

Loyola/Notre Dame Library

We provide top-quality library services and resources to the communities of Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University.

Location

200 Winston Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21212

Contact

Phone: 410-617-6800

M

Marketing Communications

Professional, creative marketing staff members produce more than 300 print projects, make hundreds of media contacts and facilitate thousands of Web updates every year.

Location

Noyes House, Third Floor

Contact

Gayle Gillespie
Marketing Manager
410-532-5124
ggillespie@ndm.edu

P

Post Office

Notre Dame’s full-service post office provides U.S. Postal Service for mail and United Parcel Service for shipping.

Location

Gibbons Hall, Lower Level
Hours: 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m., Monday-Friday

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5359

Public Safety

University Public Safety Offices

Location

Gibbons Hall, Room 002

Contact

Jeffrey Munchel

410-532-5324

 

R

Registrar

The registrar’s office handles all aspects of course registration, tracks program of study and handles graduation processing for University students in Women’s College, College of Adult Undergraduate Studies, College of Graduate Studies and School of Pharmacy.  Academic records are housed and maintained in the registrar’s office

Location

Gibbons Hall, Room 125

Hours: 
Monday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday noon to 4:30 p.m.

 

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5327
ND Express: 410-532-3600
Fax: 410-532-5789
Email: registrar@ndm.edu

U

University Communications

The Office of University Communications handles internal and external communications for Notre Dame, including media relations, media training, crisis communications, speech writing, social media, event promotion and publications.

Location

Knott Science Center 328

W

Wellness Program

We promote healthy lifestyles with classes and programs designed for the entire campus community.

Contact

Phone: 410-532-3588
Fax: 410-532-5796

Writing Center

If you need assistance with a writing assignment, or just want to talk through ideas for an essay, please stop by.

Location

Gibbons Hall, Room 504

Contact

Phone: 410-532-5113