Educating the Mind, Body, and Spirit: The Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid Fact Sheet

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EDUCATING THE MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT

2023-2024 UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID FACT SHEET

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME

NOTRE DAME BY THE NUMBERS

28,354 TOTAL APPLICATIONS

FIRST-YEAR CLASS PROFILE

49% FEMALE | 51% MALE

34% U.S. STUDENTS OF COLOR

8% INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

20.5% FIRST GENERATION/PELL

87% COMMUNITY SERVICE

44% PERFORMING ARTS

12% ADMIT RATE

43% CAPTAIN OF VARSITY SPORT

26% HEAD OF A MAJOR STUDENT ORGANIZATION

Special Note: Notre Dame is test-optional for 2024 and 2025 application cycles. Students may choose whether or not to include test scores when submitting their applications. First-year and transfer applicants who decide against submitting standardized test scores will not be at a disadvantage in the application review process.

60% YIELD RATE

(Percentage of students that choose to enroll after being admitted)

IMPORTANT DATES

FIRST-YEAR APPLICATION DEADLINES

NOVEMBER 1

RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION

jANUARY 1 REGULAR DECISION

INTENDED FIELD OF STUDY

STUDENT RESIDENCE

11% WEST 32% MIDWEST 9% SOUTHWEST
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19% NORTHEAST 18% SOUTHEAST OUTSIDE THE U.S. 11%
ARCHITECTURE 3% 23% ENGINEERING 23%
3% GLOBAL AFFAIRS 23% SCIENCE 25% BUSINESS
ARTS & LETTERS

ACADEMICS AND COMMUNITY

8,971 UNDERGRADUATES FROM ALL 50 STATES AND 80+ COUNTRIES (FALL 2022)

4,134 GRADUATE/ PROFESSIONAL (13,105 TOTAL)

1,482 FACULTY

COMMUNITY

60% < 20 STUDENTS

73% < 30 STUDENTS

90% < 50 STUDENTS

STUDY ABROAD

60+ IN 30+ COUNTRIES

SEMESTER AND ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAMS

HOUSING

80% LIVE IN ON-CAMPUS DORMS, 32 RESIDENCE HALLS: 17 MALE, 15 FEMALE

97% RETENTION RATE

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Number of students who continue to sophomore year

96% GRADUATION RATE

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SUMMER PROGRAMS 20+ OF STUDENTS STUDY ABROAD 70%

STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

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

SPIRITUALITY

60+ CHAPELS, 75+ C.S.C. PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE AND ELSEWHERE ON CAMPUS, 160 MASSES CELEBRATED WEEKLY

90% FULL-TIME FACULTY WITH TERMINAL DEGREES AND DOCTORATES

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1/3 UNDERGRADUATES INVOLVED IN RESEARCH

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9:1

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STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

YOUR GATEWAY TO THE WORLD

Notre Dame’s Global Gateways and Centers provide a vital connection to the international institutions of higher learning, corporations, and governments of many countries around the world.

GLOBAL NETWORK

Notre Dame graduates join a community of alumni 150,000 strong. Alumni help form an extensive social and career network for recent graduates, offering connections, support, and continued growth.

150,000 223 40+ 3RD IN THE NATION

CLUBS FOR THE PERCENTAGE OF ALUMNI WHO GIVE BACK TO THE UNIVERSITY ITALY Rome LATIN AMERICA Mexico City Santiago São Paulo

ALUMNI CLUBS IRELAND Dublin Kylemore Abbey UNITED KINGDOM London

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DOMESTIC
INTERNATIONAL ALUMNI
ALUMNI AROUND THE WORLD ª ASIA Beijing Hong Kong Mumbai MIDDLE EAST Jerusalem

SUSTAINED SUCCESS

Over the last 5 years (2018-2022), Notre Dame graduates have consistently pursued similar outcomes. Within six months after graduation, Notre Dame student plans include:

CLASS OF 2022

CAREERS AND CALLINGS PLACEMENT

RATE

SAMPLING OF NOTRE DAME EMPLOYERS

Alliance for Catholic Education

Amazon

Bank of America

Boeing

Deloitte

FedEx

Ford Motor Company

General Motors

Google

NBC/Universal

Peace Corps

Procter & Gamble

PwC

Teach for America

U.S. Government

Walt Disney

Zimmer Biomet

among national universities in alumni satisfaction and contributions

$72,000

salary university-wide (self-reported)

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

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

80% 250+ 89% top 3 90%

Law school acceptance rate

participated in internships or in a research project

median
SEEKING EMPLOYMENT 3% OTHER PLANS 2% MILITARY 2% SERVICE 4% GRADUATE SCHOOL 20% FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT 69%

AID AND/OR AFFORDABILITY

The University of Notre Dame is need-blind in the admissions process and is committed to fully meeting 100% of demonstrated financial need. The chart below shows the need-based University scholarship, student loan, and/or employment offered, and the estimated out-of-pocket cost to your family.

LOAN AND/OR STUDENT

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.

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY SUBMISSION DATES

RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION APPLICANTS

NOVEMBER 15

CSS PROFILE

DECEMBER 15

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

DECEMBER 15

ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

FEBRUARY

FINANCIAL AID NOTIFICATION

REGULAR DECISION APPLICANTS

FEBRUARY 15

CSS PROFILE

FEBRUARY 15

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

MARCH 1

ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

MARCH

FINANCIAL AID NOTIFICATION

For more detailed information, visit financialaid.nd.edu

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 (student aid index). Because several factors in the evaluation are subject to change from one year to the next, this evaluation is made annually for each student who applies for financial aid.

AVERAGE
2023-2024 $62,693 TUITION AND FEES $17,378 ROOM AND MEALS
PERSONAL EXPENSES
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
TRANSPORTATION
TOTAL
COST OF ATTENDANCE FOR
$1,200
$1,250
$750
$83,271
+ + + = +
RANGES UNDER $40,000 $40,000 - $65,000 $65,000 - $80,000 $80,000
$100,000 $100,000
$140,000
$180,000 - $250,000 $250,000+*
SCHOLARSHIPS $76,100 $75,500 $70,200 $66,900 $66,100 $60,300 $52,700 $33,000 FAMILY COST $2,450 $3,302 $6,853 $8,586 $13,047 $21,682 $35,150 $59,233 STUDENT RECIPIENTS 170 121 48 80 146 181 190 191
PARENT INCOME
-
- $140,000
- $180,000
GRANTS AND
EMPLOYMENT $1,000 $1,713 $5,213 $5,460 $5,358 $5,432 $4,708 $5,456

ACADEMIC MAJORS AND STUDY ABROAD

ACADEMIC MAJORS

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS

Africana Studies

American Studies

Anthropology

Arabic

Art History

Chinese

Classics

Computer Science

Design

Economics

Education, Schooling, and Society*

English Film, Television, and Theatre

French

Gender Studies

German

Greek and Roman

Civilization

History

International Economics

Italian Japanese

Latino Studies*

Mathematics

Medieval Studies

Music Neuroscience and Behavior

Philosophy

Philosophy and Theology

Political Science

Pre-Health*

Program of Liberal Studies

Psychology

Romance Languages and Literatures

Russian Sociology

Spanish Studio Art

Theology

* Denotes supplementary major: Supplementary majors are pursued in addition to a student’s primary major.

ACADEMIC YEAR STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

Australia

Fremantle

Perth

Sydney

Belgium

Leuven

Brazil

São Paulo

Chile

Santiago

China

Beijing

Hong Kong

Shanghai

Denmark

Copenhagen

France

Angers

Paris

Germany

Berlin

Heidelberg

Greece

Athens

Hungary

Budapest

India

Mumbai

Ireland

Dublin

Galway

Israel

Jerusalem

Tel Aviv

SUMMER PROGRAM SITES

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

Architecture

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Applied and Computational

Mathematics and Statistics

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences

Chemistry

Environmental Sciences

Mathematics

Neuroscience and Behavior

Physics

Physics in Medicine

Preprofessional Studies

Science-Computing

Science-Education

Statistics

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Aerospace Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

MENDOZA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Accountancy

Business Analytics

Finance

Marketing

Strategic Management

KEOUGH SCHOOL OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS

Global Affairs

Asian Studies*

Peace Studies*

Italy

Bologna

Rome

Japan

Kyoto Nagoya

Tokyo

Jordan Amman

Kazakhstan

Almaty

Kenya

Nairobi

Mexico

Mexico City

Puebla

Morocco

Rabat

Rwanda

Kigali

Singapore

South Africa

Stellenbosch

South Korea

Seoul

Spain

Alcoy

Toledo

Switzerland

Geneva

United Kingdom

Durham

London

Norwich

Oxford

St. Andrews (Scotland)

Brazil, Chile, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Thailand, Uganda, United Kingdom

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