Address: Notre Dame, IN 46556, United States
Notre Dame has grown from the vision of Father Sorin, who sought to establish a great Catholic university in America, and has remained faithful to both its religious and intellectual traditions. Over the years, Notre Dame has been a place where the Catholic Church could do its thinking. The first national study of Catholic elementary and secondary education was done at Notre Dame, as was the most extensive study of Catholic parish life and a landmark historical study of the Hispanic Catholic community in the United States.
Notre Dame is a leading American research university that offers undergraduate, professional, and graduate students a chance to pursue their academic endeavors in a unique scholarly community. Enriched by Catholic intellectual and cultural traditions, it is a place that throughout its history has sought to bring knowledge into service of justice.
Link for detailed information: https://www.nd.edu/academics/
- #15 in National Universities (US News)
- #1 in Best Catholic Colleges in America (Niche)
- #9 in Best Value Colleges in America (Niche)
Notre Dame stands on 1,250 acres considered by many to be among the most beautiful possessed by any university in the nation. From the collegiate Gothic architecture and park-like landscape to exquisite outdoor sculpture and breathtaking views, Notre Dame’s campus is a visual splendor. Even its more recently constructed buildings that house state-of-the-art academic and student life facilities fit within a cohesive visual aesthetic that preserves tradition amid progress.
- 30 residence halls (16 Men’s, 14 Women’s)
- 500+ student organizations
- 5 Recreation Venues
- 28 campus eateries
Tuition & Fees: $76,883
- Tuition: $57,699
- Room and Meals: $15,984
- Books & Supplies: $1,250
- Personal Expenses: $1,200
- Transportation: $750
- SAT/ACT: Required
- TOEFL/IELTS: Required
Financial Aid & Scholarships: Yes
- 75% of all students receive some sort of financial aid
- 3.5-4.5 percent of enrolled first-year students receive merit aid