(BALTIMORE, Md.) – Notre Dame of Maryland University is making it easier for Marylanders to earn a four-year degree by offering an additional $5,000 scholarship for state residents who transfer to the university's Women's College.
New transfer students who live in Maryland are automatically eligible to receive NDMU’s Maryland Transfer Grant when they enroll full time in a bachelor's degree program through the Women's College, in addition to receiving a generous financial aid package. Students will have the opportunity to thrive at Notre Dame with a liberal arts-based education, small class sizes, caring professors, and in-demand degree programs, including a nationally ranked and accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program.
“Notre Dame of Maryland University is proud of our commitment to provide greater access to quality higher education to Maryland residents as we educate leaders to transform the world,” said Scott Briell, NDMU's vice president for enrollment management and student services. "With an exceptional NDMU education, our students become the best versions of themselves and make a difference through service in our communities."
NDMU offers Maryland’s only women’s college, providing undergraduate students with the personal attention needed to build strong connections and exceed their potential. Undergraduate students can transfer up to 68 credits from a community college and up to 90 credits from another four-year institution, making it easy to complete their degree on time. NDMU has promoted academic and professional excellence grounded in the Catholic educational tradition since 1895.
Established in 1895, Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) is a private, Catholic institution in Baltimore, Maryland, with the mission to educate leaders to transform the world. Notre Dame has been named one of the best "Regional Universities North" by U.S. News & World Report.