How To Apply
Transfer Made Simple.
Thank you for your interest in applying to Notre Dame de Namur University as a transfer student. NDNU is focused on making the transfer application process smooth and seamless, and providing applicants with information early on about the options available to you. Please follow the instructions below to successfully complete your application.
NDNU is a rolling-admissions institution. We accept applications throughout the year, and review them as soon as all the required documents arrive. We recommend that you submit your application before the priority deadlines for admission in order to have ample time to complete the enrollment process. Applications submitted after the priority deadlines will receive full consideration for admission and financial aid.
- Fall Transfer Priority Deadline: April 1
- Spring Transfer Priority Deadline: November 15
- Complete the admissions application.
Visit our apply page to access the Common Application for transfer students. The application includes a prompt for the Personal Statement (250-500 words). Supplemental forms, such as the “Registrar Report” and “Instructor Evaluation,” are not required.
- Submit college transcripts.
Submit transcripts from every college or university you’ve attended in the past or are currently attending, including non-accredited institutions, online institutions and institutions where you may have only taken one course. To expedite the process, we can review your application using unofficial or electronic transcripts. But you will need to submit official transcripts before enrolling at NDNU.
- Letter(s) of recommendation (1-3).
Letters of recommendation are optional for transfer students. However, we recommend that you submit 1-3 letters of recommendation in support of your application. No supplemental form is required to accompany a letter of recommendation.
Additional Requirements for First-Year Transfer Applicants
If you are applying to transfer with fewer than 30 transferable semester-units, you must also submit the following documents. If you are not sure how many units are transferable, please submit your college transcripts to our office, and contact us to receive a preliminary transfer credit evaluation.
- Official high school transcript.
- Official standardized test score report (SAT or ACT).
NDNU considers only the Math and Critical Reading sections of the SAT, or the ACT Composite Score. Only the best score on each section is recorded.
Additional Requirements for International Applicants
International applicants are required to submit additional documents in support of your application. Please see our webpage for international applicants to make sure that you submit all of your required transcripts and test scores correctly.
Office of Admissions
Notre Dame de Namur University
1500 Ralston Avenue
Belmont, CA 94002