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University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, IN

400 Main Building, Notre Dame, IN 46556

http://www.nd.edu

University of Notre Dame is a private, Catholic university located on an amazing campus in Notre Dame, IN. It is an exceptionally distinguished institution, ranking 15th in the nation and is without a doubt competitive. It has a medium-sized student body with 8,984 full-time students enrolled. Notre Dame provides 56 unique majors across five disciplines. The most often chosen principal courses of study are Finance, Economics, and Mechanical Engineering, with 10% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Finance. 6% and 5% of students study Economics and Mechanical Engineering, respectively. If you would like to focus your studies on religious studies, Notre Dame is an incredible choice for you, because its religious studies program is second to none other in the USA. In addition, University of Notre Dame ranks 1st in Indiana on our best colleges and hardest colleges to get into lists. For applicants with residences in Indiana, full price tuition is $50,721 a year. Non-Indiana residents need to dish out $56,060 per year. If that's too high a price for you, know that two in three Notre Dame students obtain scholarship or grant funding. 96% of University of Notre Dame students stick it out to graduation day, prepared to begin their vocational journey. On average, alumni take home a yearly income of $61,800 a couple years after receiving their degrees. After an additional four years on the job, the alumni's median yearly earnings climbs 26.9% to $78,400, which is 95.5% greater than the national median wage for individuals. Applicants may want to find that half of the students achieved scores between 33 and 35 on the ACT. Secondly, Notre Dame does not offer a distance education program, and 100% of available classes are on the small side, with 20 to 39 students. Relating to expenses, be aware that on average, after financial aid, you can expect to pay around $31,740 per year and Notre Dame students awarded federal grants receive $5,203 in monetary aid on average. With regard to demographics, 8% of undergraduates are from households with a yearly income between $30k and $48k and Hispanic or Latinx professors make up 6% of the faculty at Notre Dame. To wrap things up, the bottom quartile of graduates rake in a starting salary of $40,000 or less and 1/4th of graduates take home $118,300 or more, six years after graduation.

Ratings

9.53

Party Scene

7.98

Location

9.79

Dorms

10.00

Campus Food

9.46

Student Life

9.01

Safety

Admissions

18%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1400-1550

ACT Score

33-35

Application Deadline:
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Cost

Net Price:

$30,229/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$39,153/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

66%

Academics

Professor Rating

10.00


10:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

97%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

10:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Finance

273

Economics

167

Mechanical Engineering

141

Political Science and Government

138

Mathematics

135

Accounting

134

Information Science

129

Neuroscience and Neurobiology

115

Value

In State Tuition
$53,391/year
Out of State Tuition
$53,391/year