Welcome new and returning students!
Welcome Week 2013- Welcome Home to #NDMU!
Welcome Week is how we officially welcome you to the Notre Dame family!
Welcome Week will take place from August 24th-August 27th. During this time you will learn more about Notre Dame spirit and traditions, campus life and student resources. There will be a student involvement fair so that you can connect with student organizations that interest you.
All new Notre Dame students are expected to attend Welcome Week activities. We encourage new students to get involved early, make connections and start the year off strong!
Move-In Day 2013:
Move-In Day is an exciting time for our residential students and is incorporated as part of Welcome Week occurring on Saturday, August 24th. If you have any questions about living in our residence halls, please click here to be redirected to NDMU's office of residence life webpage.
Family & Friends Weekend- September 28 and 29, 2013
Family & Friends Weekend is an annual campus tradition that brings Notre Dame of Maryland University students and their families and friends together for a weekend filled with food and fun! We welcome you to enjoy campus life and explore Baltimore.
Helpful Campus Resources:
Want to know what's on the menu for dinner in Doyle Dining Hall? Need to see where your classes are? Looking for information about upcoming events? Below are some links and information to help you settle in to the new academic year as smoothly as possible.
- Campus Parking Map
- Triangle Bookstore
- Loyola/Notre Dame Library
- Business Office
- IT Help Desk
- Financial Aid
- Student Life
- Registrar’s Office
- SAGE Dining Services
- Student Health Services
- NDMU Student Handbook
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