For more information about opportunities for undergraduate or graduate studies, contact the Admissions Office.
To comply with this regulation, NDMU makes every effort to resolve student complaints internally, using policies and procedures primarily outlined on the NDMU Policy Page, in the University Catalogs and in the Student Handbook. Students are expected to familiarize themselves and fully utilize any and all administrative policies, procedures and/or resources provided by NDMU.
NDMU is committed to fostering a community of the highest integrity. Further, NDMU is prohibited under federal regulations (CFR title 34 sections 668.71-74) from making any false, erroneous, or misleading statement directly or indirectly to a student, prospective student, member of the public, accrediting agency, state agency, or the U.S. Department of Education.
Section 18004(a)(1) Student Portion
On March 27, 2020, Congress passed with bipartisan support the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was signed into law by President Trump. As a part of this legislation, institutions of higher education were provided with funding to provide emergency financial aid grants to students for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child-care expenses.
NDMU distributed funding based on financial need to all undergraduate students who filed a FAFSA. Amounts varied based on an individual student’s circumstances.
In accordance with Section 18004(e) of the CARES Act, NDMU has compiled a use of funds initial report. There have been no changes from the initial report as of October 19, 2020.
Section 18004(a)(1) Institutional Portion & (a)(2)
In accordance with Section 18004(e) of the CARES Act, NDMU has compiled a use of funds quarterly report as of September 30, 2020.
Constitution Day is held on September 17th of each year, commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the Constitution. Related programming is conducted by the Loyola-Notre Dame Library during the month of September.
Athletic Program Participation and Financial Support (PDF) - Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
For information about transfer credits and articulation agreements for undergraduate students, please use the following resources:
These disclosures are to prospective and enrolled students where a program is designed to be offered by another entity:
Copyright laws protect the rights of creators of works of music, visual art, texts (artistic, informational, scholarly, editorial etc.), plastic arts, architecture, software, multimedia works, dance, drama, or other activities and products covered by federal copyright law (U. S. Code Title 17). Students, faculty and staff of Notre Dame of Maryland University are expected to follow fair use guidelines of copyrighted material.
Extensive information on copyright in academia is provided online by the Copyright Clearance Center. Loyola-Notre Dame Library also provides information to help students, faculty and staff understand fair use with respect to materials accessed through the library.
Fair use guidelines govern photocopying as well as other means of utilizing copyrighted material. Style manuals such as The Chicago Manual of Style, the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), and the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing provide guidance on how to cite sources within various academic disciplines.
Violations of copyright law include plagiarism, which is an honor charge. Information on the NDMU Honor Board may be found in the Student Handbook.
Unauthorized downloading or illegal distribution of copyrighted material of any kind is strictly against the NDMU honor code and federal law. Any breach of this policy is considered illegal, and any member of the NDMU community involved in such a violation will be subject to disciplinary action. NDMU uses network software to actively detect and shut down illegal music downloads and certain classes of peer-to-peer file-sharing activity; however, individuals are responsible for using network software within approved guidelines.
Teacher preparation programs are required by federal law to submit a report annually to the state that describes its goals, pass rates on certain exams, and certain assurances. Each state submits to the U.S. Department of Education a report that contains state-level and institutional information. These reports are available to the general public. For more information, see the Title II reports.
All NDMU Students can access the course schedule through WebAdvisor under sections. Students are directed from the course schedule through a web integration program to the bookstore site where students can find by course the ISBN numbers and retail prices of both required texts and recommended supplemental material. The bookstore staff and website offer cost-saving strategies for students when it comes to purchasing textbooks.
Book Advance funds are available to students who anticipate a refund from financial aid.
Bookstore staff and students can find the number of students enrolled in a course and the maximum enrollment allowed for a course through WebAdvisor. The Registrar’s Office also has this information.
Voting is essential to the operation of a healthy democracy. In the United States, voters must register prior to an election in order to be eligible to vote. Notre Dame of Maryland University is committed to making voter information and online registration forms available.
Special rules apply for residents of New Hampshire, North Dakota, and Wyoming; be sure to check your state election websites, using these resources: