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

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UNI VERSIT Y OF NOTR E DAME

EDUCATING THE MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT

2 0 2 2-2 0 2 3 U N D E R G R A DUA T E ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL A I D FA C T S H E E T


NOTRE DAME BY THE NUMBERS 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 coalitionforcollegeaccess.org questbridge.org

FIRST-YEAR CLASS PROFILE

ARCHITECTURE

52% MEN | 48% WOMEN 32.7% U.S. STUDENTS OF COLOR 16.7% INTERNATIONAL/U.S. CITIZENS ABROAD/

ENGINEERING

BUSINESS

DUAL CITIZENS/PERMANENT RESIDENTS

18.7% FIRST GENERATION/PELL/

<$65,000 HOUSEHOLD INCOME

21%

45% PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL 36% CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

3%

26%

Academic Interest

19% PRIVATE/CHARTERED/OTHER

26%

87% COMMUNITY SERVICE 45% PERFORMING ARTS

24%

44% CAPTAIN OF VARSITY SPORT

26,509

TOTAL APPLICATIONS

3,420 ADMITTED

24% HEAD OF A MAJOR STUDENT ORGANIZATION Special Note: Notre Dame is testoptional for the 2023 application cycle. 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.

ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

SCIENCE

REGIONS FOR 2022 ENROLLED STUDENTS 4 8 S TAT E S

12%

2,053 ENROLLED

OUTSIDE OF U.S. 15 % W E S T 6% S O U T H W E S T

71 N AT I O N A L I T I E S

17% CENTRAL MIDWEST 24% N O R T H E A S T 1 3% M I D W E S T 1 3% S O U T H E A S T


ACADEMICS AND COMMUNITY 8,973 UNDERGRADUATES from all 50 states and 80+ countries

4,166 GRADUATE/ PROFESSIONAL 1,425 FACULTY

CLASS SIZE

60%< 20 S T U D E N T S 74% < 30 S T U D E N T S 89% < 50 S T U D E N T S STUDY ABROAD

ª

#1

GRADUATION RATE

programs during academic E year in 26 countries ROM

RETEN TION RATE

ª

abroad

90%

ª

1/3

ª

9:1

ª

FULL-TIME FACULTY WITH TERMINAL DEGREES AND DOCTORATES

UNDERGRADUATES INVOLVED IN RESEARCH

20+ summer programs 75% of students study

ª

Number of students who continue to sophomore year

ª OVER 50 international

98%

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STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

COMMUNITY

HOUSING 80% LIVE IN ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS, 17 MALE, 15 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 (20172021), 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

63% FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT

top 3 $72,000

among national universities in alumni satisfaction and contributions

250+

21% GRADUAT E SCHOOL

6% SERVICE 1% MILITARY 7% OTHER PLAN S 2% SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

GENERAL MILLS GOLDMAN SACHS JOHNSON & JOHNSON KRAFT-HEINZ MICROSOFT NBC/UNIVERSAL PEACE CORPS PROCTER & GAMBLE PwC US GOVERNMENT 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 NEED-BLIND IN THE ADMISSIO N S PROCESS

$55,100

100%

OF DEMONSTRATED FINANCIAL NEED IS MET

$2,555

70%

OF ALL UNDERGRADUATES RECEIVE SOME TYPE OF FINANCIAL AID

$21,362

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

AVERAGE FRESHMAN NEED-BASED LOAN

AVERAGE STUDENT LOAN DEBT

$5+ MILLION

$183 MILLION

<1%

AWARDED IN 2021–2022 BY NOTRE DAME CLUBS TO HELP REDUCE NEED-BASED BORROWING

NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED TO UNDERGRADUATES IN THE 2021–2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

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

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY SUBMISSION DATES

FINANCIAL NEED

RESTRICTIVE EARLY ACTION APPLICANTS

REGUL AR DECISION APPLICANTS

NOVEMBER 15

FEBRUARY 15

cost of attendance

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

NOVEMBER 15 FEBRUARY 15 DECEMBER 15 MARCH 1 EARLY MARCH LATE MARCH CSS PROFILE

CSS PROFILE

ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

ADDITIONAL DOCS VIA IDOC

FINANCIAL AID NOTIFICATION

FINANCIAL AID NOTIFICATION

For more detailed information, visit financialaid.nd.edu

family responsibility

f inancial

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.


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

Italian

Japanese

Latino Studies* Mathematics

Medieval Studies Music

Neuroscience and Behavior Philosophy

Philosophy and Theology Political Science Pre-Health*

Program of Liberal Studies Psychology

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

Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics Biochemistry

Biological Sciences Chemistry

Environmental Sciences Mathematics

Romance Languages and Literatures

Neuroscience and Behavior

Sociology

Physics in Medicine

Studio Art

Science-Computing

Russian

Physics

Spanish

Preprofessional Studies

Theology

Science-Education

History

Statistics

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 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

K EO U G H S CH O O L O F G L O BA L A FFA I RS Global Affairs

Asian Studies*

International Economics

Peace Studies* * Denotes a supplementary major: Supplementary majors are pursued in conjunction with a primary major.

2023 ACADEMIC YEAR STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS Australia Fremantle Perth Sydney Belgium Leuven

Brazil São Paulo Chile Santiago

China Beijing Hong Kong Shanghai Shenzhen

Denmark Copenhagen France Angers Paris

Germany Berlin Heidelberg Greece Athens

India Mumbai Ireland Dublin Galway

SUMMER PROGRAM SITES

Israel Jerusalem Tel Aviv Italy Bologna Rome Japan Kyoto Nagoya Tokyo Jordan Amman Mexico Puebla

Morocco Rabat

Brazil, Chile, China, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, 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)


ESTIMATE YOUR COST Completing the Notre Dame financial aid application process will ensure consideration for all sources of need-based assistance. Recognizing that every family’s situation is unique, the Office of Financial Aid is committed to a thorough and individual review of each application for financial assistance. Our review considers many factors, including size of household, number in college, assets, and special circumstances. To give you a sense of how your family could fund a Notre Dame education, the chart below reflects the class entering in 2022. 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.

AVERAGE COST OF ATTENDANCE FOR 2022-2023

$60,301 $16,710 $1,200 $1,250 $750

TUITION AND FEES

$80,211

TOTAL

ROOM AND MEALS PERSONAL EXPENSES BOOKS AND SUPPLIES TRANSPORTATION

PARENT INCOME RANGES

STUDENTS

MEDIAN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

MIDDLE RANGE OF SCHOLARSHIPS

UP TO $39,999

172

$72,000

$67,100 - $73,900

$40,000 - $64,999

114

$68,300

$61,700 - $73,400

$65,000 - $79,999

58

$64,300

$59,600 - $68,100

$80,000 - $99,999

79

$59,794

$55,300 - $64,500

$100,000 - $139,999

156

$56,400

$49,100 - $60,499

$140,000 - $179,999

139

$49,800

$42,500 - $56,000

$180,000 - $249,999

176

$36,650

$25,450 - $46,600

$250,000+*

140**

$22,300

$10,350 - $31,000

TOTAL

1,034

$55,100

$37,400 - $66,000

The figures above include University scholarships, federal Pell, and supplemental grants. * Most who qualify have two (or more) children in college and average assets. ** Includes a small number of scholarship recipients for whom we do not have household income data. For more information, please visit financialaid.nd.edu.


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