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2019-2020 U N D E R G R A D U AT E A D M I S S I O N S AND FINANCIAL AID FACT SHEET


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

IMPORTANT DATES FIRST-YEAR APPLICATION DEADLINES

NOVEMBER 1 jANUARY 1 RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION

RE GU L A R DE C IS I O N

Complete your application online at: commonapp.org coalitionapp.org questbridge.org

22,199

TOTAL APPLICATIONS

3,516 ADMITTED 15.8% ADMIT RATE

FIRST-YEAR CLASS PROFILE 52% MEN | 48% WOMEN 29% U.S. STUDENTS OF COLOR 7% INTERNATIONAL/OUTSIDE THE U.S.

58.7% YIELD RATE

Percentage of students who choose to enroll after being admitted

ENGINEERING

BUSINESS

15% FIRST GENERATION AND LOW SOCIOECONOMIC 37% PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL 42% CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 21% PRIVATE/CHARTERED/OTHER 80% CoMMUNITY SERVICE 50% IN MUSIC, DRAMA, ART, OR DANCE 44% CAPTAIN OF VARSITY SPORT

2%

22%

26%

Academic Interest

25%

25%

25% HEAD OF A MAJOR STUDENT ORGANIZATION

ARTS, HUMANITIES, SCIENCE AND SOCIAL SCIENCES REGIONS FOR 2019 ENROLLED STUDENTS 175 OUTSIDE OF U.S. 288 W E S T

2,065 ENROLLED

ARCHITECTURE

108 S O U T H W E S T

403 C E N T R A L M I D W E S T 515 N O R T H E A S T 303 M I D W E S T 264 S O U T H E A S T


PURSUE YOUR PASSIONS

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

8,617 UNDERGRADUATES from all 50 states and 70+ countries

3,990 GRADUATE/ PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS 1,386 FACULTY

CLASS SIZE

62% < 20 S T U D E N T S 74% < 30 S T U D E N T S 90% < 50 S T U D E N T S STUDY ABROAD

95%

GRADUATION RATE

RETEN TION RATE

Number of students who continue to sophomore year

87%

FACULTY WITH TERMINAL DEGREES AND DOCTORATES

1/3+

OVER 50 programs

in 26 countries during academic year

98%

E

ROM

20+ summer programs 75% of students study abroad, ranking Notre Dame #2 in the U.S.

UNDERGRADUATES INVOLVED IN RESEARCH

10:1

STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

COMMUNITY

80% LIVE IN ON-CAMPUS DORMS, 31 RESIDENCE HALLS, 16 MALE, 15 FEMALE

80% OF UNDERGRADS ARE ACTIVE IN SERVICE LEARNING AND COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

60 CHAPELS, 65 C.S.C PRIESTS, 30 C.S.C. PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE, 160 MASSES CELEBRATED WEEKLY


FOLLOW YOUR PATH

Y O U R A C A D E M I C A N D S P I R I T U A L G R O W T H W I L L P R E P A R E Y O U T O M A K E A P O S I T I V E I M P A C T.

CLASS OF 2018

98%

PLACEMENT RATE

65% F UL L - T I M E E MP L O Y ME N T

SAMPLING OF CLASS OF 2018 EMPLOYERS

AMAZON AMERICORPS BOOZ ALLEN DELTA AIRLINES DELOITTE EPIC ELI LILLY FACEBOOK FORD MOTOR COMPANY EXXONMOBIL GENERAL MILLS

top 3 $65,000

among national universities in alumni satisfaction and contributions

2 2% G R ADUAT E S CH O O L

7% S E RV I CE 2% MILITARY 2% OTHER PLANS 2% SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

GOLDMAN SACHS KRAFT-HEINZ JOHNSON & JOHNSON MICROSOFT NBC/UNIVERSAL PEACE CORPS PROCTER & GAMBLE U.S. GOVERNMENT UNDER ARMOUR WALT DISNEY WHIRLPOOL

250+

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

93%

Law school acceptance rate

Average median starting salary

86%

participated in internships or in a research project

87%

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


AID AND AFFORDABILITY NEED-BLIND

100%

IN THE ADMISSIO N S PROCESS

OF DEMONSTRATED FINANCIAL NEED IS MET

$40,098

$4,057

68%

OF ALL UNDERGRADUATES RECEIVE SOME TYPE OF FINANCIAL AID

$22,487

IS THE MEDIAN NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIP OFFERED TO FRESHMEN INCLUDING UNIVERSITY, FEDERAL PELL, AND SUPPLEMENTAL GRANTS

AVERAGE FRESHMAN NEED-BASED LOAN

AVERAGE FEDERAL NOTRE DAME STUDENT LOAN DEBT

$5 MILLION

$150 MILLION

<1%

AWARDED IN 2018–2019 BY NOTRE DAME CLUBS TO HELP REDUCE NEED-BASED BORROWING

NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED TO UNDERGRADUATES IN THE 2018–2019 ACADEMIC YEAR

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY SUBMISSION DATES RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION APPLICANTS

REGUL AR DECISION APPLICANTS

NOVEMBER 15

FEBRUARY 15

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

NOVEMBER 15 DECEMBER 15 FEBRUARY CSS PROFILE

ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

FINANCIAL AID NOTIFICATION

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

FEBRUARY 15 MARCH 1 MARCH CSS PROFILE

ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

FINANCIAL AID NOTIFICATION

For more detailed information, visit financialaid.nd.edu.

F E D E RA L D I RE CT L O A N D E FA U LT RAT E

FINANCIAL NEED

cost of attendance –

family responsibility =

financial need Financial need is the difference between the estimated cost of attendance for a school year and the estimated family responsibility (expected family contribution). Because several factors in the evaluation are subject to change from one year to the next, this evalution is made annually for each student who applies for financial aid.


OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU DIRECT COSTS FOR 2019–2020

Completing the Notre Dame financial aid application process will ensure consideration for all sources of need-based assistance.

$55,553 $15,640

Recognizing that every family’s situation is unique, the Office of Financial Aid is committed to a thorough and individual review of

TUITION AND FEES

each application for financial assistance. Our review considers many

+

factors including size of household, number in college, assets, and special circumstances.

ROOM AND MEALS

=

71,193

To give you a sense of how your family could fund a Notre Dame education, the chart below reflects the class entering in 2019. The median (amount that falls in the middle) and range should give you an idea of the need-based scholarship commitment the University has made to reduce the price a family will pay.

T O TA L D I R E C T C O S T S

In addition to the direct costs listed, each student should plan for the cost of books, supplies, transportation, and personal expenses. Some of these additional “indirect costs” could be met by academic year Federal Work-Study or Campus Employment earnings.

PARENT INCOME RANGES

STUDENTS

MEDIAN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

MIDDLE RANGE OF SCHOLARSHIPS

UP TO $19,999

32

$63,670

$59,396 - $64,695

$40,000 - $59,999

93

$59,645

$53,845 - $63,395

$20,000 - $39,999 $60,000 - $79,999 $80,000 - $99,999

$100,000 - $119,999 $120,000 - $139,999 $140,000 - $159,999 $160,000 - $179,999 $180,000 - $199,999

$200,000 - $249,999* $250,000*

TOTAL

63 76 74 72 93 97 81 68

109 100

999

$63,945 $56,623 $52,723 $47,750 $45,000 $38,400 $35,300 $30,750 $23,300 $13,900

$42,600

The figures above include University Scholarships, Federal Pell, and Supplemental Grants. * Most who qualify have two (or more) children in college and average assets. For more information, please visit financialaid.nd.edu.

$59,695 - $71,148 $53,109 - $58,411 $50,675 - $55,499 $43,536 - $52,375 $38,000 - $49,400 $33,700 - $43,400 $27,400 - $41,000 $20,675 - $38,225 $11,600 - $34,000 $9,050 - $22,975

$26,300 - $55,450


ACADEMIC MAJORS CO LL E G E O F A RTS AN D L E TTE R S

S CH OOL OF ARCHI T ECT URE

Africana Studies

Architecture

American Studies

COLLEGE OF S CI ENCE

Anthropology Arabic Studies

Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics

Art History

Biochemistry

Chinese

Biological Sciences

Classics

Chemistry

Design

Environmental Sciences

Economics

Mathematics

English

Neuroscience and Behavior

Film, Television, and Theatre

Physics

French Gender Studies German Greek and Roman Civilization

Physics in Medicine Preprofessional Studies Science-Business Science-Computing Science-Education

History

Statistics

International Economics

COLLEGE OF ENGI NEERI NG

Irish Language and Literature

Aerospace Engineering

Italian

Chemical Engineering

Japanese

Civil Engineering

Mathematics

Computer Engineering

Medieval Studies

Computer Science

Music

Electrical Engineering

Neuroscience and Behavior

Environmental Earth Sciences

Philosophy Philosophy and Theology Political Science

Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering

Program of Liberal Studies

MENDOZA COLLEGE OF BUS I NES S

Psychology

Accountancy

Romance Languages and Literatures

Business Analytics

Russian Sociology

Business Technology Finance

Spanish

Management Consulting

Studio Art

Marketing

Theology


STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAMS Australia Fremantle Perth Sydney

Japan Kyoto Nagoya Tokyo

Brazil Rio de Janeiro Sรฃo Paulo

Jordan Amman

Chile Santiago China Beijing Hong Kong Shanghai Denmark Copenhagen Ecuador Galรกpagos France Angers Paris Germany Berlin Heidelberg

Mexico Puebla Morocco Rabat Russia Moscow St. Petersburg Vladimir Rwanda Kigali Senegal Dakar Singapore South Korea Seoul

Greece Athens

Spain Alcoy Toledo

Hungary Budapest

Switzerland Geneva

Ireland Dublin Galway

United Kingdom London Norwich Oxford St. Andrews (Scotland)

Israel Jerusalem Italy Bologna Rome

SUMMER PROGRAM SITES Brazil, China, Ethiopia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Morocco, Russia, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom


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

GRADUATION RATE (4 AND 5 YEAR)

#2

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#3

UNDERGRADUATES WHO BECOME FORTUNE 500 CEOS

#2 PRODUCER OF FULBRIGHT STUDENTS

#7

APPLICATIONS TO MEDICAL SCHOOL AMONG TOP 20 PRIVATE SCHOOLS

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