Notre Dame of Maryland University educates leaders to transform the world.
Embracing the vision of the founders, the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the University promotes the advancement of women and provides a liberal arts education in the Catholic tradition.
Notre Dame challenges women and men to:
We were the first Catholic college for women in America to offer the rigorous four-year education men already received. Our founders, the School Sisters of Notre Dame, brought their internationally renowned teaching skills to Baltimore in 1847. Since then, over 26,000 graduates have carried the Sisters’ values of truth, integrity and intellectual inquiry into the world.
Though grounded in tradition, Notre Dame continues to respond to changes in education and society. While the Undergraduate Studies offers benefits of customizing a student's college experience, we also meet the needs of adult women and men with career-focused undergraduate and graduate programs designed around their real-life schedules.
Whether your passion is NASA or nursing, you’ll find a Notre Dame graduate at the top of the field. Our graduates excel in the fields of work they employ. Leaders in our adult studies programs also serve in the military, improve educational policy, write books, start nonprofits, and overall, work to improve their communities.