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University of Notre Dame


Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
https://www.nd.edu/

Level Four or more years
Undergraduate Enrollment 8,874
Setting Suburb
Links Financial Aid Office
Admissions Office
Online Application (Fee: $75)
Additional Details
Total 2020 Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment 8,874
Total 2020 Full-Time First-Year Enrollment 2,193
Total 2020 Total Enrollment 12,809
Middle 50% Range of HS GPA for Freshmen N/A
Middle 50% Range of ACT/SAT for Freshmen ACT: 33-35 (super-scored); SAT: 1420-1530 (super-scored)
Test Optional Yes (for the 2020-21 admissions cycle; learn more)
Accept Transfer Students Yes
Middle 50% Range of College GPA for Transfer Students N/A
Total 2020 Full-Time Transfer Student Enrollment 238
Catholic Order Affiliation Congregation of Holy Cross
3 Most Popular Majors Science Preprofessional (pre-med); Finance; Mechanical Engineering
Unique Academic Programs We are now offering an entrepreneurship minor through the Mendoza College of Business and IDEA Center. Also, the University founded the Keough School of Global Affairs in 2014 which advances integral human development through research, policy and practice.
School Mascot Fighting Irish

Interesting Facts:
  • 95% on-time graduation rate
  • 60+ chapels on campus with roughly 160 masses celebrated weekly
  • 87% acceptance rate into medical school

Information for the 2021 Latin America Virtual College Event

About University of Notre Dame:
The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842 by the Congregation of Holy Cross, is a private Catholic research university located in Notre Dame, Indiana, 90 miles east of Chicago. Consistently ranked among the top 20 universities in the U.S., Notre Dame educates 8,400 undergraduate students from every US state and over 80 different countries. Popular majors include Finance, Engineering, Economics, Computer Science, Architecture, Political Science, Biological Sciences, and Psychology. The University fosters an environment of student-centered teaching and learning that develops the mind, body, and spirit. Most students live on Notre Dame’s beautiful campus, enjoying strong residential communities, athletics, performing arts, student organizations, and service. 86% of students participate in internships or conduct research, while 75% of students study abroad, either at one of Notre Dame’s international campuses or through leading global partner universities. Within six months of graduation, 98% of graduates are traditionally placed in careers, graduate/professional study, or service opportunities. Notre Dame offers over 270 alumni clubs worldwide for its strong global family. Through this holistic educational experience, Notre Dame seeks to cultivate a sense of solidarity and concern for others so as to be one of the most powerful means for doing good in the world.

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