Campus tour

Admitted Student Days

March 25-26
April 8-9
April 15-16
April 22-23 

Notre Dame’s Admitted Student Days welcomes students and their families to campus to meet faculty, current students, fellow admitted students, and other members of the Notre Dame community. While on campus, they have the opportunity to tour campus with a current student, take part in an academic session taught by a professor in their intended college, and attend sessions on various aspects of the Notre Dame experience.  

Hesburgh International Scholars Experience

April 14-18

The Hesburgh International Scholars Experience (HISE) is a visit program that provides international students the opportunity to experience Notre Dame’s campus over a five day visit. They attend classes, meet with future professors, stay in a residence hall, and experience the Notre Dame family. HISE invitees are a select group of international students who demonstrate an impressive academic record along with intellectual curiosity, strong leadership skills, and dedication to extracurricular activities.

Merit Scholar Selection Visit

March 24-27 

Merit Selection Weekend brings finalists for merit awards together to experience Notre Dame. During their time on campus, students interview with Notre Dame alumni and University staff. They also attend classes, meet with faculty, stay with a current undergraduate student in one of Notre Dame’s 30 residence halls, and meet other students who are considering Notre Dame. All essentials for the weekend, including travel costs, accommodations, and meals, are covered by the University.

Reilly Spring Visit Program

April 7-10
April 21-24 

The Reilly Spring Visit Program is an all-expenses-paid trip to campus. This is a new program consisting of students with impressive academic and personal achievements who would have previously been invited to the Reilly Visitation Program or the Spring Visit Weekend. In past years, the Reilly Visitation Program welcomed high-achieving students who ranked in the top tier of our admitted student pool academically. The Spring Visit Program brought to campus similarly exemplary students from diverse backgrounds, including many first-generation students, who may not otherwise have had the opportunity to visit.

While on campus, students meet professors, take part in academic programming, and stay with a current student in one of Notre Dame’s 30 residence hall communities. They also meet other admitted students from across the country with diverse academic and extracurricular interests.