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Baltimore, MD
Undergrads
530
Tuition
$30,850
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 389 total reviews with an average rating of 3.2

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3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I am honestly very unsure at to how good off-campus housing may be

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: While there is a dorm hall that does not have A/C, the campus housing seems amazing. I was really impressed with the dorm I stayed in during my orientation weekend, especially with it being the older hall. While the campus seems huge, it's actually very easy to jump across campus with all the short cuts available. At the end of the day, the campus is much small than it seems.

5 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: It's Baltimore, what else can I say? There are so many options for fun and activities in any direction. Orioles baseball, Ravens football, the Towson mall-Baltimore has it all.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: I was unable to really get a feel for strictness while I was there.

4 College Sophomore

Diversity: During my orientation weekend I was a huge amount of diversity, which was great.

5 College Sophomore

Majors: Applying was super easy, and when I decided to try and apply for the nursing program, they gave me a road map listing out what I still was missing and how to go about filling in those gaps. NDM makes it super easy to map out your college career once you have declared your major.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: So far I've had nothing but positive experiences with my program. They work hard to ensure that we stay on a stable path and are able to graduate in a good time.

5 College Sophomore

Greek Life: While I have not really looked into Greek life at NDM, I did hear a lot about it during my orientation weekend. Most of the sororities on campus are devoted to academics and community service. I really changed my perception on Greek life. For those who haven't been around it before, all you tend to think of is parties and mischevous behavior, however the ones at NDM seem amazing.

4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: I felt very safe while on campus, however I also am very well aware of the fact that it is still Baltimore, and there is still plenty of threats if I were to delve off-campus.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: There was still a lot of work that had to be done to really determine what was going on with my financial aid, however in retrospect it wasn't too bad. This also was my first time trying to deal with financial aid, so I was very unsure of what I was doing.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: This university is right in the heart of Baltimore, so dining options are everywhere. There are several carry out places near-by that several students have recommended, that not only deliver late night, but also deliver right to the dorms. I am unsure though of any student discounts available, however I would assume being in a college town, there are plenty that offer a discount.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: I have yet to be able to really see and experience much of the athletic side of this university. It appears as though their sports programs are welcome for all to try, in fact it is encouraged if you feel you may be interested. I think that factor is great and gives people the push to try a new sport.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: The university itself has been around for quite sometime, so some areas can still seem quite "dated," so to speak. The university is however updating and enhancing the facilities on campus. When I had visited they had recently finished renovating the gymnasium, as well as updating the science labs. Some classrooms I visited still had the "old school" feel to them, however I feel like it added serious character to the university. I was very impressed overall with everything.

College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I have yet to begin classes yet, so I cannot really rate the courses and professors. The campus is amazing, and the few professors I have come across and spoken to have seemed very pleasant, and I am very excited to begin learning from them.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I have not been able to really have access to such services yet, however the career center appeared to be extremely interested in helping ensure that incoming freshman had all the guidance and information they made need while planning out their future. I was also very impressed to see so many current students, as well as alumni, working at the university cause they loved it so much.

4 College Junior

Drug Safety: There are very strict policies in place.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: Campus safety actually makes me feel safe.

College Junior

Majors: I have not had an internship.

2 College Junior

Majors: If I could do it all over again, I would start researching a major I love and started with that major freshman year instead of switching sophomore year. Now, I am way behind because of the science classes.

College Junior

Greek Life: They do not affect our campus at all.

2 College Junior

Athletics: Almost all the teams seem to have horrible losing streaks.

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: I manage but the school has taken a lot of my favorite options. There also needs to be more vegan options.

2 College Junior

Scholarships: Some of the counselors are very helpful and will explain everything to you but others continue to give you the wrong information. The process is even worse. I have lost so much money that I have earned because of a "special formula" that is used to calculate my aid.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Doyle is very small and crowded but there is more of a community. Meletia is more roomy but no one speaks to each other.

3 College Junior

Campus Strictness: The campus is very strict when it comes to drinking and noise violations.

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Morgan Randall
Hometown
Randallstown, MD
Major
Communication Arts
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Notre Dame is one of those places where you either love it or hate it. For many, it is seen as a mostly academic school. So if you're looking for a huge social life or a "party school," this isn't the place for you. Sure, there are events/activities on campus, but not many that appeal to the students. Often, events that have potential fail because people don't want to participate. School spirit is lacking, so that lessens the excitement and makes us more disjointed as a campus. Academically, students are usually very satisfied with the College. They enjoy the small class sizes and the caring nature of the professors, as well as their teaching styles. General education requirements, though extensive, can be very interesting and even a break from the classes within students' majors. Being a liberal arts college, the College requires extra classes to make students well-rounded in their education.

Notre Dame is not among the most well-known colleges around, even locally. So get used to people mistaking you with the “Fighting Irish” (University of Notre Dame in Indiana) or being recognized as “the one next to Loyola.” It’s not one of those schools that will land you a job just because of its name. Overall, Notre Dame's small campus, caring professors, and campus community provide for a unique experience; however, if you're looking for a campus with lots of athletics, an exciting dorm life, and active organizations, then this may not be the campus for you.

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