Sisterhood and Service

Francesca Circosta

Student, NDMU Class of 2022

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

“You don’t join this organization if you don’t like service. That’s one of the first things we always tell new members and people that are interested. It doesn’t feel like work when you’re doing it with a great bunch of people. It’s just fun and good memories, which I’m going to remember forever once I leave Notre Dame." - Francesca Circosta '22, president of the Omega Phi Alpha service sorority for the 2021-22 academic year.

Realistic & Risk-Free

Paige Clark

Student, NDMU Class of 2022

Accelerated 2nd Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Nursing programs at NDMU provide hands-on experience using high-tech mannequins that breathe, blink and even talk using microphones controlled by faculty members watching from the control room. "It gives us the time to get all your nerves out and go through the steps we're taught. There are certain protocols to do certain things and when you get in front of a real patient in the hospital, sometimes you get nervous and forget things," Clark said.

Uniquely Designed for Your Success

Sasha Flores

Alum, NDMU Class of 2021


One of the things I’ve enjoyed most about Notre Dame is that when you are put in a class that you would normally run away from, this school is uniquely designed to help you through it. When you take a class like data analysis or something mathematically driven, and you go to Notre Dame, you can guarantee that you are not going to fail because your teachers are going to support you through it, your fellow students are going to support you through it, and you’re going to come out on top every time.

Confidence as an Educator

Andrea Pickett Niblock

Alum, NDMU Class of 2019

TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

NDMU has helped me gain confidence in myself as an educator. Before entering the MATESOL program, I wasn’t sure if I was outgoing enough to be an educator. However, after gaining more knowledge in ESOL, I feel like this is exactly what I was meant to do. What's Next for Andrea: Baltimore City Public Schools - 7th Grade ESOL, Highlandtown Elementary/Middle #237

A Classroom of My Own

Donielle DeToy

Alum, NDMU Class of 2019


NDMU's School of Education prepared me to become the best possible educator. I look forward to having my own classroom and teaching students with the passion and love that I have experienced at this university. What's Next for Donielle: NDMU - MA in Leadership in Teaching: Special Education

Best Nurse in Baltimore

Zakk Arciaga

Student, NDMU Class of 2019

RN to BSN, Nursing - Leadership in Nursing Administration

Zakk is one of 50 recipients from hundreds of nominees for Baltimore Magazine’s “Best of Baltimore,” issue. “This distinction means so much to me, it is hard to express,” says Arciaga. “It is such an amazing feeling to be recognized by your peers and nominated for just doing what you do.”​

Truth & Education

Joshua Parker

Alum, NDMU Class of 2010


Notre Dame's motto is about truth and the pursuit of truth. To that end, Notre Dame has taught me the irreplaceable, immutable, and incomparable value of truth and education.