Congratulations and welcome to NDNU!
We’re thrilled that you will be joining the NDNU community and are busy planning for your arrival. You probably have lots of questions about next steps now that you have been admitted. Can I visit campus? How can I let you know I’m attending? When is orientation? How do I arrange a tuition payment plan? Where will I be living? Don’t worry! We’re here to help make your transition to NDNU an easy one.
There are a few items that will need your immediate attention. Start planning for your arrival on campus by completing the following steps:
What you need to do before you start your classes
If you have not yet applied for financial aid, please do so as soon as possible by completing and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This can be done online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. NDNU’s institutional code is 001179.
If you are an admitted student who has applied for financial aid, but has not yet received your award letter, please feel free to follow up on your application by contacting the Financial Aid Office at 650-508-3600. Please understand that it takes some time, once a student is admitted, for the Financial Aid Office to process each aid request. Please also contact them if you have received your award letter and have questions about it.
Contact: Financial Aid
As part of your information packet
Our student tour guides offer campus tours weekdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. An admissions counselor will be available following your tour for a personal appointment.
Schedule a Visit Online or call 650-508-3600.
Once you’ve decided NDNU is your first choice, confirm your enrollment and pay your deposit online.
Contact: University Housing
Contact: Campus Programs Office
Registration and info:
Contact: Student Life and Leadership
Information and form: Gallagher Koster website
Contact: Counseling and Health Services
Information and forms: New Student Health Requirements
The Admissions Office will need final, official transcripts for all coursework previously completed at another college or university. If you have been admitted as a freshman, we will need final, official transcripts from your high school, including the date of the awarding of the degree/diploma. Transcripts can be submitted by mail or electronically via the Common Application by a counselor.
Below, you will find a list of items that may be useful. Although these items are not required, we highly encourage you to explore the following links/services: