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ADMISSIONS

ACADEMICS

POST-GRADUATE

TUITION

IMPORTANT DATES

YOUR JOURNEY HAS BEGUN

PURSUE YOUR PASSIONS

FOLLOW YOUR PATH

IMMEASURABLE VALUE

FIRST-YEAR APPLICATION DEADLINES

TOTAL APPLICATIONS

INCOMING FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS 42% PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL

ARCHITECTURE

39% CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 19% PRIVATE/CHARTERED/HOMESCHOOL 51% MEN

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ENGINEERING

BUSINESS

9% INTERNATIONAL/OUTSIDE THE U.S. 7% FIRST GENERATION

20%

from all 50 states and 74 countries

3,863 GRADUATE/ PROFESSIONAL

2%

1,309 FACULTY

28%

Academic Interest

24% ALUMNI CHILDREN 81% CATHOLIC

22%

87% CoMMUNITY SERVICE

28%

47% IN MUSIC, DRAMA, ART, OR DANCE

POPULAR MAJORS CHEMI CA L EN G I N EERI N G /

A N D T HEAT RE / F I N A N CE /

LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

SCIENCE

MA N AG EMEN T CON SULT I N G / MA RKET I N G / MECHA N I CA L EN G I N EERI N G / N EUROSCI EN CE A N D B EHAV I OR / POL I T I CA L

2,050 ENROLLED

98%

R ETENTION R ATE

Number of first-year students who continue to sophomore year

91%

PLACEMENT RATE

1/3+

50 international programs

during academic year in over 25 countries E ROM

10:1 STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

65% F UL L-TI M E E M P LOY M E N T

16 summer programs 60%+ of students study abroad, ranking Notre Dame #4 in the U.S.

ST UDI ES

100% OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS LIVE ON CAMPUS; 80% OF ALL STUDENTS LIVE ON CAMPUS

ADMITTED STUDENT (MIDDLE 50%)

33 - 35 ACT 1390 - 1530 SAT

185 OUTSIDE OF U.S. 277 WEST

395 CENTRAL MIDWEST

482 NORTHEAST 322 MIDWEST 295 SOUTHEAST

2 2 % GRA D UATE S CH OOL 85% OF UNDERGRADS ARE ACTIVE IN SERVICE LEARNING

7 % S E RV I CE 58 CHAPELS | 43 HOLY CROSS PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE | 160 MASSES CELEBRATED WEEKLY

SAMPLING OF CLASS OF 2016 EMPLOYERS

ABERCROMBIE & FITCH ALLIANCE FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION BANK OF AMERICA COMCAST/NBC UNIVERSAL DELOITTE EXXONMOBIL FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

top 3

among national universities in alumni satisfaction and contributions

COMMUNITY

SCI EN CE / PREPROF ESSI ON A L

104 SOUTHWEST Percentage of students who chose to enroll after being admitted

98%

FACULTY WITH DOCTORATES OR TERMINAL DEGREES

REGIONS FOR 2017 ENROLLED STUDENTS 56% YIELD RATE

CLASS OF 2016

UNDERGRADUATES INVOLVED IN RESEARCH

B I OLOG I CA L SCI EN CES /

ECON OMI CS / F I L M, T EL EV I SI ON ,

25% HEAD OF A STUDENT ORGANIZATION

56% < 20 S T U D E N T S 90% < 50 S T U D E N T S STUDY ABROAD

COMPUT ER SCI EN CE /

42% CAPTAIN OF VARSITY SPORT 18.8% ADMIT RATE

8,530 UNDERGRADUATES

from 91 countries

49% WOMEN

26% U.S. STUDENTS OF COLOR

3, 700 ADMITTED

CLASS SIZE

YOUR ACADEMIC AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH WILL PREPARE YOU TO MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT.

3% OTHER PLANS 2% SEEKING EMPLOYMENT 1 % M I L I TA RY

250+

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

90%

Law school acceptance rate

FORD MOTOR COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL MILLS PEACE CORPS PEPSICO PROCTER & GAMBLE TARGET

32%

Early career salary ($59,000) is 32% higher compared to other four-year institutions’ medians

75%+ 84%

participated in internships

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

NEED-BLIND

<1%

100%

I N TH E A D M I SS I ON S P ROCE SS

F E D E RA L D I RE CT LOA N D E FAULT RATE

OF DEMONSTRATED FINANCIAL NEED IS MET

75%

$39,100

70%

OF ALL UNDERGRADUATES RECEIVE SOME TYPE OF FINANCIAL AID

IS THE AVERAGE NEEDBASED SCHOLARSHIP FOR INCOMING FIRSTYEAR STUDENTS

OF STUD EN TS T HAT A P P LY R EC EI V E N E E D -BASED A I D

$3,800

40%

$23,250

OF STUDENTS ARE EMPLOYED ON CAMPUS

AVERAGE FRESHMAN NEED-BASED LOAN

AVERAGE FEDERAL LOAN DEBT OF NOTRE DAME GRADUATES (MAY 2016)

AVERAGE COST OF ATTENDANCE FOR 2017-2018 From the resources and faculty on campus to the support of a committed network of alumni, students are forever changed by a Notre Dame education. We work with students and families to help them understand their financing

$51,505 TUITION AND FEES

$14,890 ROOM AND MEALS

options and what is offered through financial aid. This shared investment allows us to offer a transformative experience to our students.

$66,395 T O TA L

OTHER ESTIMATED EXPENSES

19,566

EXPAND YOUR PERSPECTIVE THROUGH A WIDE RANGE OF STUDIES AND DEEPLY INSTILLED CORE VALUES.

BILLED EXPENSES

YOU’LL FIND YOUR PURPOSE IN THE WORLD WHEN YOU START YOUR PATH OF SELF-DISCOVERY.

$1,050 PERSONAL EXPENSES

$1,200 BOOKS AND SUPPLIES

$750 T R A N S P O R TAT I O N

$3,000 T O TA L

NOVEMBER 1 JANUARY 1

RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION REGULAR DECISION

Complete your application online via the Common Application at commonapp.org or via the Coalition Application at coalitionforcollegeaccess.org.

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY S U B M I S S I O N DAT E S

Restrictive Early Action Applicants

NOVEMBER 15 NOVEMBER 15 DECEMBER 15

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

Regular Decision Applicants

FEBRUARY 15 FEBRUARY 15 MARCH 1

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


ACADEMIC MAJORS

COL L E G E O F A R TS A N D L ET T E R S

SCHOOL OF ARC H ITECTURE

Africana Studies

Architecture

American Studies

CO LLE GE O F S CIE NC E

Anthropology

Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics

Arabic Studies Art History Chinese Classics Design Economics English Film, Television, and Theatre French Gender Studies German Greek and Roman Civilization

Biochemistry

Chemistry

Mathematics Neuroscience and Behavior

Physics in Medicine Preprofessional Studies

CO LLE GE O F E NGINE ERING

Italian Studies

Aerospace Engineering

Japanese

Chemical Engineering

Mathematics

Civil Engineering

Medieval Studies

Computer Engineering

Music

Computer Science

Neuroscience and Behavior

Electrical Engineering

Philosophy

Environmental Earth Sciences

Russian Sociology Spanish Studio Art Theology

JOURNEY T H I S IS Y OUR

Science-Computing

Irish Language and Literature

Romance Languages and Literatures

(Best 4 and 5 year graduation rate among top universities)

Science-Business

Statistics

Psychology

OF STUDENTS GRADUATE WITHIN FIVE YEARS

LARGEST ENDOWMENT AMONG PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES

Physics

Science-Education

Program of Liberal Studies

#9

Environmental Sciences

International Economics

Political Science

95%

Biological Sciences

History

Philosophy and Theology

#3

ALUMNI GIVING & SATISFACTION, U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT

admissions.nd.edu

#7

TOP TEN DREAM SCHOOLS FOR PARENTS, PRINCETON REVIEW

98%

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RETENTION RATE (FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS WHO CONTINUE TO SOPHOMORE YEAR)

Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering MENDOZA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Accountancy Business Analytics Finance Information Technology Management Management Consulting Marketing

#4

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This is Your Journey: The 2017-18 Undergraduate Admissions Fact Sheet  

Learn more about undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame, including facts about the most recently enrolled class.