Ohio Dominican University (ODU) announced this week that is has signed a Teach-Out Partner Agreement with Notre Dame College (NDC) in South Euclid, Ohio, following the announcement that NDC will end in-person instruction at the end of the spring 2024 semester.

“Our hearts go out to the Notre Dame College community, and we are here as a resource for their students as they transition onto a new path of their college journey,” said ODU Acting President Shonna Riedlinger.

Through the Teach-Out Partner agreement, current NDC students in good standing with at least 60 completed credits will receive guaranteed admission to ODU and other partner colleges to pursue their degrees.

“As a Catholic liberal arts university in the Dominican tradition, we understand the mission-focused, values-based education these students are seeking,” said ODU Vice President of Enrollment and Student Success John Naughton, “and we are proud to be a Teach-Out Partner and welcome these students into the ODU family.”

NDC students who qualify for the Teach-Out Program are eligible for comparable net tuition and transfer of all credits so that they will be able to complete their degrees without much interruption. NDC students in good standing with less than 60 credits have the opportunity to transfer to a partner institution, including ODU, and may receive the same benefits of the Teach-Out Program.

NDC students interested in continuing their education at ODU should contact ODU Undergraduate Admission at 614-251-4500 or email admission@ohiodominican.edu. For more information about transferring to ODU, please visit www.ohiodominican.edu/transfer.

OHIO DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY is a comprehensive, four-year, private, liberal arts and master’s institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican tradition by the Dominican Sisters of Peace. The University has approximately 1,262 students and offers undergraduate degrees in 42 majors and nine graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican University does not discriminate against any person in employment or educational opportunities because of religious preference, sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, non-performance-related handicap or veteran's status.