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Notre Dame de Namur University Announces New International Student Scholarships

Belmont, CA, March 25, 2013 Notre Dame de Namur University announced that it will award scholarships to incoming international undergraduate and transfer students. Ranging from $5,000-$6,000 per year for first year students and $3,000-$4,000 for transfer students, each scholarship given will be merit-based.

Founded in 1851, NDNU, the fifth oldest university in California, university is a fully accredited, private, Catholic, co-educational master's university that offers 21 liberal arts and career preparation undergraduate programs, 12 graduate degrees and four credentials. With nearly 2,000 students from 28 states and 25 countries, NDNU exposes students to broad interests and perspectives through interactions with students from diverse backgrounds. While the university’s population of international students has more than doubled in the past five years, these new scholarships will provide an opportunity for more international students to join the NDNU community.

“Offering merit-based scholarships to incoming international students is a very exciting development for NDNU,” said John Babin, NDNU’s International Student Advisor. “International students add so much cultural enrichment and diversity to our campus, and these scholarships will help us continue to grow our global community by attracting well-qualified students from around the world.”

Notre Dame de Namur University serves all its students and the community by providing excellent professional and liberal arts programs in which community engagement and the values of social justice and global peace are important to the learning experience. NDNU strives to be a diverse and culturally outgoing community where everyone can apply everyday values to his or her personal, professional, and public life.