NDMU Announces Plans for Summer & Fall 2021 Semesters: We are planning for more normal on-campus activities in Fall 2021, including more in-person instruction than has previously been possible. Please see the full announcement for details.

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New Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program: We are proud to launch our newest professional program at NDMU, an entry-level doctorate in Occupational Therapy. The first class will begin taking courses in Fall 2021.

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NDMU Receives High Rankings for Return on Investment (ROI): According to a recent report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, the 10-Year ROI for a bachelor's degree from Notre Dame ranked #2 in Maryland (private, non-profit colleges and universities) and #2 in the nation for women's only institutions.

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

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  • Irnande Altema

    A Voice to Share with the World


    Irnande Altema, Esquire

    Alum, NDMU Class of 2007
    Notre Dame has allowed me to become my best self. First, my professors and others helped me to recognize that I indeed had a voice to share with the world. Next, NDMU helped me to deepen the knowledge and skills I needed to speak my mind and heart and to impact the lives of others.
  • Michaela Seay

    Community that Rallies Around You


    Michaela Seay

    Student, NDMU Class of 2021
    Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)
    Notre Dame is a rigorous academic environment that allows you to grow in the classroom as well as in the world beyond campus. While you are pushed academically you are never alone; the close-knit community rallies around you to help you achieve more then you ever believed possible.”
  • John Boyle

    Prepared to Lead


    John Boyle

    Alum, NDMU Class of 2015
    Nonprofit Management
    I would not be leading my organization today, and I would not be leading it nearly as well, if not for my Notre Dame education. What I learned was practical, it was insightful, and it was exactly what I needed.”