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UNI VERSIT Y OF NOTR E DAME

EDUCATING THE MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT

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NOTRE DAME BY THE NUMBERS IMPORTANT DATES FIRST-YEAR APPLICATION DEADLINES

NOVEMBER 1 jANUARY 1

FIRST-YEAR CLASS PROFILE 51% MEN | 49% WOMEN

17.1% INTERNATIONAL/U.S. CITIZENS

ABROAD/DUAL CITIZENS/ PERMANENT RESIDENTS

RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION

RE GU L A R DE C IS ION

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23,642 3,561 ADMITTED

TOTAL APPLICATIONS

2,063 ENROLLED 58% YIELD RATE

Percentage of students who choose to enroll after being admitted

ARCHITECTURE

31.6% U.S. STUDENTS OF COLOR

BUSINESS

ENGINEERING

20.4% FIRST GENERATION/PELL/

<$65,000 HOUSEHOLD INCOME

20%

46% PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL 35% CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

2%

25%

Academic Interest

19% PRIVATE/CHARTERED/OTHER

27%

89% COMMUNITY SERVICE 48% PERFORMING ARTS

26%

43% CAPTAIN OF VARSITY SPORT 10% HEAD OF A MAJOR STUDENT ORGANIZATION Special Note: Notre Dame is testoptional for the 2022 and 2023 application cycles. Students may choose whether or not to include test scores when submitting their applications. Firstyear and transfer applicants who decide against submitting standardized test scores will not be at a disadvantage in the application review process.

ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

SCIENCE

NOTRE DAME’S GLOBAL COMMUNITY / CLASSES OF 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025

72 EUROPE

34 CANADA

23 KOREA

61 CARIBBEAN/ PUERTO RICO 886 OUTSIDE THE U.S. 184 LATIN AMERICA

110 CHINA 50 ASIA

45 AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST

37 INDIAN SUBCONTINENT 2 OCEANIA


ACADEMICS AND COMMUNITY 8,874 UNDERGRADUATES from all 50 states and 70+ countries

3,935 GRADUATE/ PROFESSIONAL 1,370 FACULTY

CLASS SIZE

59% < 20 S T U D E N T S 73% < 30 S T U D E N T S 89% < 50 S T U D E N T S STUDY ABROAD

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95%

GRADUATION RATE

RETEN TION RATE

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99%

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1/3

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8:1

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FULL-TIME FACULTY WITH TERMINAL DEGREES AND DOCTORATES

UNDERGRADUATES INVOLVED IN RESEARCH

20+ summer programs 75% of students study abroad, ranking Notre Dame #7 in the U.S.

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Number of students who continue to sophomore year

ª OVER 50 international programs during academic year in 26 countries E ROM

97%

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STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

COMMUNITY

HOUSING 80% LIVE IN ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS, 16 MALE, 16 FEMALE

STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 80% OF UNDERGRADS ARE ACTIVE IN SERVICELEARNING AND COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

SPIRITUALITY 60+ CHAPELS, 100 C.S.C. PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE AND ELSEWHERE ON CAMPUS, 160 MASSES CELEBRATED WEEKLY


CAREERS AND CALLINGS SUSTAINED SUCCESS

SAMPLING OF NOTRE DAME EMPLOYERS

Over the last 5 years (20152020), Notre Dame graduates have consistently pursued similar outcomes. Within 6 months after graduation, Notre Dame student plans include:

ACCENTURE AMAZON AMERICORPS BOOZ ALLEN DELOITTE DREAMWORKS ANIMATION ELI LILLY EPIC ESPN EXXONMOBIL FACEBOOK FORD MOTOR COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC

98%

PLACEMENT RATE

64% FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT

top 3 $70,000

among national universities in alumni satisfaction and contributions

250+

22% GRADUAT E SCHOOL

7% SERVICE 2% MILITARY 3% OTHER PLA N S 2% SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

GENERAL MILLS GOLDMAN SACHS JOHNSON & JOHNSON KRAFT-HEINZ MICROSOFT NBC/UNIVERSAL PROCTER & GAMBLE WALT DISNEY WHIRLPOOL ZIMMER BIOMET

global alumni network (250+ alumni clubs domestic and abroad) helping with career advancement, mentoring, and support

90%

law school acceptance rate

median salary university-wide (self-reported)

80%

of Notre Dame pre-med graduates are admitted into medical school (twice the national average)

89%

participated in internships or in a research project


AID AND AFFORDABILITY FINANCIAL AID NON-U.S. CITIZENS •

Certification of Finances

MERIT SCHOLARSHIP U.S. CITIZENS AND NON-U.S. CITIZENS

Supporting documentation

Awarded to incoming first-year students only

(bank statements, income statement,

3.5-4.5% of all students earn a merit scholarship

sponsor information, etc.)

Qualifications: accomplishments, leadership,

CSS Profile due at the time of application

commitment to service, and intellectual promise

(Nov. 1 or Jan. 1)

Sample merit scholarship programs:

Notification with admissions decision

Greater China Scholars Program

Need-aware, but will meet 100% of

Hesburgh-Yusko Scholars Program

demonstrated financial need for those that

Stamps Scholars Program

apply for financial aid and are admitted to

Scott Scholars Program

the University

$60,320 TUITION AND FEES

$17,500 ROOM AND MEALS

$77,820 T O TA L

OTHER ESTIMATED EXPENSES

BILLED EXPENSES

(ESTIMATED) AVERAGE COST OF ATTENDANCE FOR 2021-2022

$1,530 PERSONAL EXPENSES

$1,250 BOOKS AND SUPPLIES

$2,800 H E A LT H I N S U R A N C E

$5,580 T O TA L

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY SUBMISSION DATES FOR U.S. CITIZENS

Restrictive Early Action Applicants

NOVEMBER 15 NOVEMBER 15 DECEMBER 15

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) CSS PROFILE ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

Regular Decision Applicants

FEBRUARY 15 FEBRUARY 15 MARCH 1

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) CSS PROFILE ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC


MAJORS AND STUDY ABROAD ACADEMIC MAJORS CO L L EGE OF ARTS A ND LETTERS

Irish Language and Literature

American Studies

Japanese

Africana Studies Anthropology Arabic

Art History Chinese Classics

Italian

Latino Studies* Mathematics

S CH O O L O F A RCH I T ECT U RE Architecture

CO L L EG E O F S CI EN CE

Neuroscience and Behavior

Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics

Philosophy and Theology

Biological Sciences

Pre-Health*

Environmental Sciences

Psychology

Neuroscience and Behavior

Medieval Studies Music

Philosophy

Biochemistry

Political Science

Chemistry

English

Program of Liberal Studies

Mathematics

French

Romance Languages and Literatures

Physics

German

Sociology

Science-Business

Computer Science Design

Economics

Education, Schooling, and Society* Film, Television, and Theatre Gender Studies Greek and Roman Civilization History

International Economics

Russian

Spanish

Studio Art Theology

Physics in Medicine

Preprofessional Studies Science-Computing

CO L L EG E O F EN G I N EERI N G

Aerospace Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering Computer Science

Electrical Engineering Environmental Earth Sciences Environmental Engineering

Mechanical Engineering MEN D O ZA CO L L EG E O F BU S I N ES S Accountancy

Business Analytics Finance

Management Consulting Marketing

Science-Education Statistics

* Only offered as a supplementary major: Supplementary majors are pursued in conjunction with a primary major.

2022 ACADEMIC YEAR STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS Australia Fremantle Perth Sydney

France Angers Paris

Chile Santiago

Greece Athens

Brazil São Paulo

China Beijing Hong Kong Shanghai Shenzhen

Denmark Copenhagen

Germany Berlin Heidelberg

India Mumbai Ireland Dublin Galway

Israel Jerusalem Tel Aviv

SUMMER PROGRAM SITES

Italy Bologna Rome Japan Kyoto Nagoya Tokyo Jordan Amman Mexico Puebla

Morocco Rabat

Russia Moscow St. Petersburg Vladimir

Brazil, China, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Uganda, United Kingdom

Rwanda Kigali

Singapore

South Africa Stellenbosch South Korea Seoul Spain Alcoy Toledo

Switzerland Geneva

United Kingdom London Norwich Oxford St. Andrews (Scotland)



CHICAGO

BOSTON NEW YORK CITY INDIANAPOLIS

LOS ANGELES

MIAMI

Office of Undergraduate Admissions McKenna Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556-5602 +1.574.631.7505 international@nd.edu admissions.nd.edu FOLLOW NDADMISSIONS ON

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