The building is known today as the Noyes Alumnae House. But over 150 years ago, it was the first structure on the 33-acre site for what was to become the Notre Dame of Maryland Collegiate Institute. Named the Montrose House, it served as a residence for the SSNDs who would be teaching there.
And so began Notre Dame's rich and enduring traditions in education that have been carried from the 19th into the 21st century. How appropriate that those who wish to nurture and sustain that heritage can do so with a legacy gift that makes them members of the Montrose Society.
In both spirit, and in name, the Montrose Society commemorates the very founding and values of the institution they support.
You can help strengthen and sustain the mission of NDMU for future generations by becoming a member of Notre Dame's legacy society.
You can do that in a number of ways:
You will be joining other committed alumnae and friends as a Montrose Society member and, as such, have your name added to the Montrose Society plaque in Noyes Alumnae House.