"I want to be a leader who can cause positive change in the lives of as many people as possible." - Oumou Ly'13
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS
St. Mary's Hall 107
Tel: (800) 263-0545 or
Fax: (650) 508-3426
M-Th 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
F 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Notre Dame de Namur University offers innovative faculty mentorship, extensive professional networks, and a diverse population. The Bay Area's successful business leaders, educators, artists, and community organizers choose to build their professional skills and develop their careers through NDNU.
NDNU's evening graduate and credential programs are designed with working adults in mind. When you enroll in NDNU, you join an impressive network of professionals and an academic community that supports your personal and career growth.
NDNU offers multiple graduate degrees, credentials and certificates through the School of Business and Management, Education and Leadership and College of Arts and Science. See a full list of programs and degrees.
Where Ambition Meets Flexibility
Personalized Education: An average class size of 15 students allows individualized attention, active learning and collaboration.
Flexibility: Balance work, life and education with the flexibility to start your program when you are ready and take classes at your own pace.
Networking Opportunities: Access to experienced professionals, faculty, students and alumni.
Years of Experience: NDNU is fully accredited with over 150 years of commitment to education, academic excellence and community partnerships.
Location and Learning Environment: NDNU is easily accessible to freeways and public transportation. Classes are on campus in a traditional university setting.
Prerequisites: If you feel you have already completed prerequisites for master’s, credential, and certificate programs, please complete the Application to Apply Courses to NDNU’s Prerequisites and submit it to the Graduate Admissions Office for inclusion with your graduate admissions application material.
One official transcript from each college or university attended. One of these must show a bachelor’s degree granted from a regionally accredited institution (certificate applicants need only provide an official transcript showing the highest degree earned).
Letter of Recommendation (number varies by program), including the Personal Reference Form (not required for certificate applicants).
If possible, recommendations should be from professors in your major academic department.
Applicants who have not been in school for some time should ask professional colleagues or administrators for reference.
Follow the admission requirements specific to your program. Refer to Academic Programs for requirements.
NDNU admits students throughout the year for spring, summer and fall semesters. Please review the NDNU General Catalog for complete admission requirements.
To ensure admission, we urge you to complete your application and provide required documents well before the following dates:
August 1st: Fall Admission December 1st: Spring Admission April 1st: Summer Admission
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download the above form and mail it to:
Notre Dame de Namur University
Office of Admissions
1500 Ralston Avenue
Belmont CA 94002