New Admitted Students
Visit Your Application Portal
The Application Portal is design to help you navigate your personalized enrollment plan here at Notre Dame College. The Portal is the gateway to next steps, checklist items, orientation registration, and everything else you may need to complete your enrollment to NDC! (Need help accessing the Portal? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Your Financial Aid Offer
Please complete the FAFSA (fafsa.ed.gov). Our federal code is 003085. If you do not plan to file, please notify your NDC admissions counselor.
Once NDC processes your FAFSA, we will send you a tentative award letter with your estimated cost of attendance.
Your NDC admissions counselor will follow-up with you to discuss your Scholarships & Grants (Congratulations!) and your self-help aid to make sure you understand the award.
Accept or decline your financial aid during the summer on MyNDC and set up payment arrangements at Orientation. Payment Arrangements, final transcripts, all completed financial aid documents must be processed by August 1st in order to qualify for your FASTPASS!
Step 5: Welcome to Notre Dame College! It is FREE to find out what Scholarships & Grants you qualify for @ NDC!
Submit Your $150 New Student Enrollment Deposit
To submit your deposit, Login to your Application Portal and complete your Reply to our Offer of Admission Form from your Checklist!
Benefits of submitting your enrollment deposit today:
- Select your New Student Orientation Date before seats fill up.
- Priority access to the Housing application for Residents.
- Early Registration Information.
- Becoming the newest member of our Centennial class!
(To finalize enrollment: Submit final, official transcripts to Office of Admissions, Notre Dame College 4545 College Road South Euclid, Ohio. Official final high school transcripts must be received by July 1st. This will allow NDC to confirm you have a high school diploma or equivalent.)
Housing & Orientation
Notre Dame College requires all full-time students to live on campus unless the student has permanent residency 20 (twenty) miles within Notre Dame College, they have completed 60 credits, or are 21 years of age by the first day of class of the semester.
New student orientation is a process to assist students (and their families) with their transition into our family and campus culture. The purpose of the orientation is to establish connections with the campus community, understand the academic and community expectations of being a Notre Dame College student, hear from your academic advisor, and make friends with other Falcons! There is a component of the orientation that is specifically geared toward parents/guests. The Online orientation contains information specific about college-wide resources, services, and policies. Space is limited, so register early as sessions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Welcome Week is a campus-wide collaboration that will ensure first-year, transfer and international students make a successful transition to Notre Dame College. Welcome Week will assist in the successful transition of new students to Notre Dame College through three days of intentional academic, social and community-building activities, structures, and programs.