This August, 2,052 first-year students arrived on campus. Marked by their academic achievements and dedication to service, the Class of 2021 brings a variety of talents and academic interests to Notre Dame and an uncommon sense of balance in the students' exceptional ambition and desire to be of service to others.…
This is a weekend of firsts at Notre Dame. We’re welcoming first-year students with residence hall events, cookouts, academic sessions, Mass, and plenty of time for Q&A. If you’re a first-year student, rest assured, you’ll get a complete—and fun—introduction to life at Notre Dame.…
As a junior, Emily Alff left for London with the goal of walking in the footsteps of her favorite British authors and book characters.
A double-major in English and film, television, and theater (FTT), Emily studied in London for a semester and had some unforgettable experiences.…
Last summer, Jonah Cremin-Endes experienced a shift in perspective. No stranger to service work, Cremin-Endes went into the Center for Social Concern's Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP) with an open mind and heart, and he came out with a greater understanding of what it means to be human.
Gabe Tauro '19 wanted to be a doctor when he was little, but a year at Notre Dame led him to the unique science-business major. This interdisciplinary major prepares students to enter the scientific business market or an MBA program right after graduation. Students gain experience through coursework in business along with the four basic areas of science: biological sciences, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. …
The Folk Choir inside the Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Senior Jim Corcoran auditioned for the Folk Choir as a sophomore because, he says, “I wanted to be in a choir whose music existed to serve the people of God, a group whose music allowed the Church to sing.”
If you’ve ever been to the 11:45 a.m. Mass at the Basilica…
So, you’ve submitted your application for admission to Notre Dame. If you applied Restrictive Early Action, you have received your decision; if you applied Regular Decision, you are still awaiting your decision.
In the meantime, we suggest that you submit your financial aid applications.
Do you have big plans this summer? Can we interest you in an archeological dig, a trip to Ireland or Rome, or a course in entrepreneurship? Those are just a few of the possibilities when you apply to our Pre-College summer programs. Notre Dame offers five on campus or study abroad experiences to qualified rising high school juniors and seniors.
Merry Christmas from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions!
’Tis the season to deck the residence halls—but that’s just one ND holiday tradition. Before heading home for the semester break, students took part in all manner of Christmas festivities. They included the celebration of Las Posadas…
Six thousand and twenty students applied for consideration under the University’s Restricted Early Action program. Early applications were up 10 percent over last year.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is available early this year. As of October, for the 2017-18 academic year, the FAFSA, usually not available until January, will use income information from two years prior to the academic year instead of the previous year. This means that prospective students and their families can fill out the FAFSA early using the income information they currently have available.
The University of Notre Dame is proud to announce the launch of the Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP), a merit-based scholarship and accompanying curriculum for undergraduate students designed to attract and shape leaders working to support and empower Latino communities.
Do you have questions about Notre Dame?
You and your family are invited to join us for an ND on the Road information session near you. Presented by Notre Dame admissions staff, our sessions include information on academics, community, and spiritual life at the University of Notre Dame, as well as insights into the admissions and financial aid processes. Alumni and parents of current students will also be in attendance to share what Notre Dame means to them
This August, 2,048 first-year students arrived on campus. Marked by their academic achievements and dedication to service, the Class of 2020 brings a variety of talents and academic interests to Notre Dame.
"If you can act Shakespeare, you can act anything." Scott Jackson, Executive Director of Shakespeare at Notre Dame, once said this to Guillermo Alonso ’15, and Alonso took it to heart.
“I've really hung on to those words, and Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival has helped me develop my craft as an actor, as well as nurture my love for classical work,” says Alonso, who graduated with a degree in Film, Television, and Theatre.