At this time, we are registering for in-person programming.

We are carefully in step with CDC and state guidelines and will be sure to make you aware if something changes that prohibits or recommends a change in our programming plans.

Notre Dame of Maryland University (“NDMU” or “the University”) adheres to federal, State, and Baltimore City COVID-19 related laws, regulations, and health guidelines and if for any reason the University makes the decision not to allow in-person programming, payment will be fully refunded on a pro-rated basis if activities have already begun.

Staff or Student/Child with Guidance for Management
COIVD-19 symptoms
  • Staff or student/Child should not attend or work in a school or child care setting
  • COVID-19 testing is recommended
  • If test is negative, may return when symptoms have improved, no fever for 24 hours without medication, and applicable criteria in the Communicable Diseases Summary have been met
Positive test for COVID-19, regardless of symptoms
  • Staff or student/child must stay home for 5 days from the start of symptoms or from the date of the positive test if no symptoms
  • After day 5, may return if symptoms have improved and no fever for at least 24 hours without medication
  • Upon return, must wear a mask for 5 additional days (except while eating, drinking, sleeping or outside)
  • If unable to wear a mask, may return if they have a negative test at day 5 or later; otherwise, they should remain at home for days 6-10
Close contact with someone with known or suspected COVID-19 but no symptoms
  • Staff or student/child can continue to work in or attend school and child care regardless of vaccination status
  • Those who can mask should do so for 10 days from the last day of exposure
  • A test at 3-5 days after exposure is recommended, especially for those who cannot mask (ex. children under 2 years of age).