About Notre Dame College
Notre Dame College offers majors in nearly 32 disciplines for associate, bachelor and master degrees. NDC classrooms have a 14:1 student-faculty ratio on 48 acres of campus. Notre Dame College was founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1922 as a Catholic, four-year, liberal arts institution for women. On May 7, 2005, 118 members of the first co-ed class graduated. As a Catholic college, Notre Dame College was founded upon and continues to teach in light of our rich Catholic tradition and Catholic principles.
The Notre Dame College Student Profile
are student athletes
majors in five academic divisions
NCAA Division II sports
acre suburban campus
live on campus
U.S. states are represented
foreign countries are represented
Academic Support Center
Commitment to ASC
Notre Dame College has a strong commitment to the Academic Support Center. The ASC helps NDC students get the most out of their education in a way that best serves each individual, which is important to the overall effectiveness of NDC’s degree programs. We pride ourselves in serving students with specific learning needs through our academic services, retention resources, career preparation services and a holistic approach to learning.
With ASC support, most students graduate within 4.5 years. Merit and need-based scholarships are available to ASC students. The ASC has also been recognized nationally by Milestones (a national organization on Autism/Asperger’s), the International Dyslexia Association, and the Learning Disabilities Foundation of America.
Having the Academic Support Center on our campus ensures that we are able to offer specialized support and services for students of every learning background. The ASC is an important resource for the continued education of students with a Learning Disability who had IEPs and 504 plans in high school.
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Majors & Programs
Explore NDC’s areas of study to find the Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, Graduate Program or other programs to match your intellectual and career interests.
Undergraduates and graduates, adult and high school dual enrollment students, residents of Ohio, and residents of other states and countries can submit their application to NDC here.