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Notre Dame de Namur University
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This #TBT, we're waxing nostalgic about how we got our start here in Belmont. #SNDdeN #NDNU
There, Notre Dame opened for both resident and day students. A total of 26 boarders and 20 more who lived at home enrolled the first year. The complex included a free elementary school, commonly kn…
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Campus will be closed on Monday, January 16th for #MLKDay.

Dr. King devoted his life to advancing equality, #socialjustice, and economic opportunity for all. He challenged us to build a more perfect union and taught us that everyone has a role to play. Five decades later, we still have work to do to realize Dr. King’s dream. The Corporation for National and Community Service reminds us that an appropriate way to honor Dr. King is through service and volunteering in our communities.

How will you serve? Tag us with #NDNU #NDNU2017 to share your community service story.
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Let the countdown begin!
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For the last two weeks, we've noticed our students studying diligently for final exams. As this year comes to a close, and you make the most of winter break, we send you warm wishes for a safe and happy holiday! #NDNU2016
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Congratulations to NDNU Men's Soccer Midfielder Esteban Berumen on his athletic achievement this season! #ArgoPride #NDNUArgos #NDNU2016
BELMONT, Calif. – Esteban Berumen's outstanding junior season continued on Wednesday when he became the first Notre Dame de Namur athlete to earn D2CCA First Team All-American honors.
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Plan to be up late on #finalsweek? Check out the library's extended hours and de-stress with our holiday card making station! #NDNU
The Gellert Library will have extended hours prior to and week of finals. Come by for free coffee starting at 7pm or to de-stress at the holiday card making station.
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For 70 years the iconic Cow Palace Arena & Event Center has been celebrating the old west and inspiring youth to take part in the agriculture industry through their annual Grand National Livestock Exposition, Horse Show and Rodeo event in Daly City, California. As part of the programming, Cow Palace also hosts The Miss Grand National Contest. This year's winner is an #NDNUAlumni who will serve as a good-will ambassador for the sport of rodeo and the community in 2017. Read the full story below. Congratulations, Miss Steenkamp!
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Interested in becoming a student leader on campus? Join Student Affairs for a MIXER TONIGHT from 5-7pm in St. Joe's Lounge to learn about available positions! Applications open this Friday. #Leadership #NDNU2017
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NDNU congratulates all our Fall 2017 Early Action admitted students! The admissions office has been busy reviewing applications so that students who applied by December 16 will receive their admission decisions and merit scholarship awards by the holiday. Here they are stuffing envelopes of our final admit letters! #NDNU #NDNU2017
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There is much to celebrate this holiday season. Here's one reason for #NDNU. Article by @aschuess: #PlaybytheBay
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Thank you to those who were able to join us yesterday for the Tracy Chamber December Networking Coffee. We enjoyed having you! #NDNUTracy #LearnInsidetheTriangle #TracyCA
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"Notre Dame de Namur is a great school if you like small class sizes."
"Good people and quite tolerant #trump"
"NDNU has activities and social events that enhance the university experience."
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Riley Cantu
a week ago
I'm doing research on the university, because as a Sophmore in highschool I've started to invest time into scholarship and college research. Can people who attend the university give me some feedback about their experience there? -P.S. I've already received and email from the school.
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C. C.
5 months ago
As a parent of a student that attends NDNU, I am very pleased with the structure, support, faculty, student ratio and academic excellence. NDNU offers an excellent academic regime' as well as encouraging students to serve in the community. NDNU has activities and social events that enhance the university experience. This university is for the student striving for academic success.
Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Thank you for taking the time to review the university. We appreciate your feedback.
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Ravage Glez
2 months ago
Good people and quite tolerant #trump
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3 years ago
Very good
Response from the owner - a month ago
Alexander, thank you for your review.
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Julia Collins
5 months ago
I love the support I receive!! It helps when Teachers recognize the importance of having extra time to complete projects as a working woman.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thank you for taking the time to review us on Google, Julia!
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Mel O'Kets
a month ago
As a graduate student, the school charges you sooo much, then sticks you in the shittiest building on campus and makes you pay for supplies. WHAT?!?! I just gave you almost $1000 a UNIT, and I have to pay for paper? This is a HORRIBLE graduate school
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Thomas Will
10 months ago
Very uplifting & peaceful for the serious student who knows what they want. But if your looking for that big school (party school)distraction this is not for you.
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Thank you for your review, Thomas.
Mlc">A Google User
6 years ago
Notre Dame de Namur is a great school if you like small class sizes. However, after attending this school, I have to say academically, the classes are not very challenging, and move at a fairly slow pace. There really are not a lot of on campus activities, and because the school is so small it sometimes feels like a high school, rather than a college.