NDMU-100 Perspectives on Education and Culture

    Assists first-year students in making a successful transition to college life. The course has three overlapping themes: becoming an intentional learner, becoming a Notre Dame woman, and acquiring global and intercultural fluency. Each student will examine and reflect upon various aspects of her life, including her relationship to other students, the institution and the community (understanding culture, appreciating diversity). Students will have the opportunity to develop personal, academic, and leadership skills and habits that will enhance their college experiences and promote lifelong learning. Required for first-year traditional age students and transfer students with fewer than 12 credits. [3 credits] 

    NDMU-100L Experiential Laboratory: Perspectives on Education and Culture

    Assists first-year students in making a successful transition to college life. The course focuses on developing skills to support adjustment to college, developing life skills, and developing skills for personal success. Required for first-year traditional age students and transfer students with fewer than 12 credits. NDMU-100, Perspectives on Education and Culture is a required co-requisite for this course. A passing grade in both NDMU-100 and NDMU-100L is required in order to successfully complete this course and to be awarded credit. [1 credit]

    NDMU-200 Transfer Student Colloquium

    Examines University culture, traditions and operations to address the interests and needs of transfer students. Particular attention is paid to mapping curricular and career plans to exploration of academic major requirements. [ 1 credit ]