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College of Notre Dame Maryland is a community that makes you feel welcome no matter you religion, race, sexual orientation, beliefs, etc.
The staff is generally receptive, with a few exceptions.
Our school is very small, you only attened it if you are willing to work hard and starving to get a good education. The teacheres are very friendly and they love what they do. You have to make your own fun. The school, student life is very unsutabel to everybody because it is to small and everything wrong is a big deal no body gets along.
College of Notre Dame of Maryland is an institution where I will have the opportunities and educators to equip and prepare me to be sucessful.
CND is a hardcore school somehow filled with both overachievers and underachievers.
My school is a place of learning, respect, kindness, and love.
My school is outdated because they are really trying to preserve the "catholic/all women's college" image in the forefront while letting all other aspects of the school to go to pot.
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