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NDMU is offering incentives for courses in select programs this summer and fall for new students, as well as opportunities for current Women's College students.

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NDMU Announces OTD Affordability Grant

Notre Dame of Maryland University is proud to offer the OTD Affordability Grant, a $20,000 award for new Occupational Therapy students that enroll in the entry-level OTD program for Fall 2022. New students who submit an enrollment confirmation deposit by August 1, 2022 will be eligible to receive the non-renewable grant for the 2022–2023 academic year.

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Opportunity for BSN Transfer Students

NDMU now welcomes qualified male nursing students to transfer into the full-time, entry-level Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Junior level. This program is traditionally comprised of Women's College students, with classes held during the day. NDMU is proud to do our part to prepare competent future nurses to help address the nursing shortages we are experiencing in Maryland and across the country.

Go Beyond: The Campaign for NDMU

Go Beyond is a $45 million campaign to support NDMU’s transformational initiatives—in student scholarships and mentoring, academic and student life facilities, faculty research, and University outreach.

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Certificates With NDMU

NDMU has partnered with Coursera to offer certificates in Project Management and IT Support beginning in Fall 2022.

At NDMU, you'll find the INSPIRATION, WISDOM & CONFIDENCE to become all you aspire to be.

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  • Rochelle Thompson

    Exemplary Student Leadership


    Rochelle Thompson

    Student, NDMU Class of 2022
    English, Political Science
    An outstanding Notre Dame of Maryland University student leader was recognized for her community involvement with the prestigious Newman Civic Fellowship by Campus Compact, a national coalition of colleges and universities working to advance the public purposes of higher education. “It is a great honor to be a part of so many communities and use my voice to promote change on a local and national level while advocating for those whose voices are silenced or ignored,” said Thompson. "My commitment to leadership is demonstrated through my acts of service, love, and compassion."
  • A headshot of Jennifer Dickensheets

    Reaching the Highest Level


    Jennifer Dickensheets

    Alum, NDMU Class of 2020
    Accelerated 2nd Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
    "The two biggest things I appreciate from my time at Notre Dame are the people/colleagues I met while there and the focus on compassion. Compassionate nursing in my opinion is what differentiates a good nurse from a great one. It provides a safe space for dialogue and a deeper level of care that makes a difference to the patients and their families. Notre Dame spent a large amount of time on compassion throughout my courses, and I appreciate that to this day." - Jennifer Dickensheets '20, a graduate of Notre Dame's first ABSN cohort who was recognized as her hospital's Rookie of the Year in 2021.
  • Paola wears a black dress and stands in a science lab

    A Pharmacist Helping Immigrant Communities


    Paola Rivera Mudafort

    Alum, NDMU Class of 2022
    Doctor of Pharmacy
    "What attracted me to go here is the open-door policy of all the professors. These professors not only teach for the School of Pharmacy, but they also have their own practices. Despite their busy schedules, every time I had a question they would make me feel comfortable."

    Originally from Puerto Rico, Paola Rivera Mudafort D’22 first came to Maryland 10 years ago. As a pharmacist, she wants to use her medical knowledge and ability to speak Spanish to help the immigrant community.

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