At Notre Dame College, we have designed our undergraduate transfer admissions process to ensure a smooth transition for students like you. We work with each student on an individual basis to make the transfer process from your accredited two-and four year institutions for the fall and spring semesters as easy as possible.
Transfer Admissions Checklist
An undergraduate transfer student is anyone applying to Notre Dame College who has earned 15+ college credits after graduating from high school or earning a GED, but who has not yet earned a degree. NDC has a rolling admission for fall and spring semester – scholarship and financial aid opportunities are available. Don’t miss out on becoming a Falcon for Life!
To begin the transfer process and be considered for admissions, complete the provided checklist below:
If you have any questions, please contact the admissions office:
Office Phone: 216.373.5355
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Request your transcripts (from all current and/or previous institutions) to be sent to:
Transfer Evaluation Form
Please submit the Office of Student Affairs/Judicial Affairs Evaluation Form – must be completed by Dean of Students or an appropriate administrator at the institution from which the student intends to transfer.
Office of Admissions
Notre Dame College
4545 College Road
South Euclid, OH 44121
Please submit your 2017-2018 FAFSA and include NDC’s code 003085.
Review your scholarships and financial aid award with your Admissions Counselor, and on your MyNDC.
Log in to your MyNDC account to:
- View scholarship and financial aid information
- Complete housing application
New Student Orientation (Transfer Students)
Attend New Student Orientation to learn more about your Falcon for Life experience!
Transfer of Credits
Notre Dame College will accept college credits from Regionally Accredited Institutions. Courses from those institutions that are above 100 or 1000 level and the student received a grade of a “D” or better will transfer over as credit to Notre Dame College. Students may need to provide course descriptions and course syllabus to determine the equivalency to Notre Dame College Courses.
In order to receive a Bachelor’s degree, transfer students will need to have 120 cumulative credits completed. At least 32 credits and 50% of the major coursework need to be completed on Notre Dame College campus. Students will need 36 upper biennium level credits and must meet each degree requirement as well as the remaining graduation requirements. All students are advised their own faculty member to ensure the students meets all academic requirements.
- Course Catalog
- Lakeland Transfer Guide
- Lakeland Community College Holden Center Partnership – Bachelor of Arts in Business, Sports Management
- Lakeland Community College Gaming Design Program
- Cuyahoga Community College Transfer Guide
- Lorain County Community College Transfer Guide
- Articulation Agreement – Lorain Community College – Bachelor of Arts English: Pre-Law/English
Notre Dame College has agreements with the following Community Colleges in Ohio:
- Central Ohio Technical College
- Northwest State Community College
- Terra State Community College
- Eastern Gateway Community College
- Columbus State Community College
- Marion State Community College
- Owens Community College
- Sinclair Community College
Schedule an Appointment to See How Your Credits Transfer
Notre Dame College is committed to you. Our counselors will assist you through every step of the way. To start your transfer process, please contact the appropriate counselor to see how your credits transfer. Bring your unofficial/official transcripts in for an on-the-spot evaluation and admissions decision.
Notre Dame College has scholarship opportunities for everyone. We award transfer scholarships on the basis of academic excellence and campus community involvement. All students are required to fill out the FAFSA to be considered for need-based financial aid from the government. Once you complete the FAFSA, our counselors will work with you on a personal level to development your financial aid award letter.