Notre Dame of Maryland University
Baltimore, MD, USA

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Notre Dame of Maryland University
3.06 Average Rating

Rebecca from Crofton, MD

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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In three sentences
I am so happy to call NDMU my home during the school year. I could not be happier with my decision to go here! The staff and faculty care so much for the students and I live it!
Tips for prospective students
Schedule an overnight visit! You can stay here overnight with a current student, attend classes, eat in the dining hall, and see if NDMU works for you!
Academic Rigor
Academics at NDMU are very serious. There is a lot of writing but your professors freshman year work very hard with you to drastically improve your writing abilities.
Dorm Life
After your freshman year you can move into Melitia Hall, which is awesome. You have air conditioning, your own bathroom, and you get to live in a super historic building with really high ceilings.
Food and Dining
There is one dining hall on campus that serves a variety of meal options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day.
What to do for fun
If there isn't a campus movie night or carnival going on that weekend you can always hop on the Collegetown Shuttle which takes you to all of the other Baltimore colleges. This connectes you to the more than 100.000 other college students in Baltimore!
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Shogheeg from Olney, MD

accepted here and planning to attend soon
1 person found this review useful
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In three sentences
Notre Dame of Maryland University is a welcoming and beautiful school. The school of pharmacy is new and is a perfect environment for students to learn. I highly recommend applying to this university.
Academic Rigor
Academics are taken very seriously at Notre Dame. They truly want all their students to be successful. Many study rooms are available for the students and professors are always available to help.
Dorm Life
Dorm life is very convenient at Notre Dame. Each student get her own dorm room, which means no roommates. I personally find that more comfortable.
Food and Dining
Notre Dame has a nice, small cafeteria. It's not busy and crowded, which makes it a nice environment for a quiet break.
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