Student Loans for Notre Dame Students

About University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame StudentsYou’ve heard of Notre Dame before, so we probably don’t need to tell you that it’s an excellent school. Named one of the 25 ‘New Ivies’ by Newsweek and listed at #19 among all national universities by US News and World Report in 2011, Notre Dame is an excellent school academically. Founded and maintained on the principles of Roman Catholicism, the founding faith runs deeply through the school, but the university is far from close-minded, religiously or otherwise. Oh, another thing you might have heard about Notre Dame: football. The Fighting Irish are one of the most historic football teams in the country, with 11 national championships under their belt. We’ll blame recent rocky years on Charlie Weiss’ coaching job, but they’ve been looking good in the last couple of seasons. Needless to say, getting season tickets for Fighting Irish football is a must.

If you’re at Notre Dame and are receiving financial aid, there are certain rules to live by. The most important one is to keep your spending in check. The second most important one is to be sure you save money to buy season tickets for football. The real lesson here is this: know what to spend your hard-earned money on, and know what qualifies as an unnecessary purchase. Money that’s either been given to you or that you’ve borrowed for school is meant to be used for educational expenses, not shopping trips or constant runs to Buffalo Wild Wings. Know when to spend, and know when to keep your debit card firmly tucked away.

Options for Student Loans at Notre Dame

Loan OptionsAccording to the university, 71% of all financial aid disbursed by the Notre Dame financial aid office is in the form of scholarships or grants, while only 29% comes in the form of loans or jobs. This favorable balance often leaves students satisfied with their aid packages, but for a small group of students who fall in a strange income bracket when it comes to evaluating aid, the funding they receive just isn’t enough to pay for Notre Dame. About 12% of all students at Notre Dame take out private student loans to cover their college costs. If you think you might be one of these students, then check out our private student loan comparison tool to find the best loan for you. Once you’ve found the student loan that’s tailored to you, go ahead and apply to secure funding for your Notre Dame education.

Pay for University of Notre Dame*

Total Avg. Cost $51,297
Tuition $37,970
Room & Board $7,200
Financial Aid Information
Students Receiving Fin Aid 79%
Typical Grant Amounts
State/Local $3,375
Federal $9,889
%Receiving Loans 64%
Avg. Other Stud. Loans $13,912
%Receiving Other Loans 9%

Get into University of Notre Dame

Admission Rate 29%
Total Enrollment 11,816
Men 56%
Women 44%
Graduation Rate 96%
Application Fee $65

Contact University of Notre Dame

Address
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556(574) 631-5000
Financial Aid Office URL
http://www.nd.edu/~finaid/
Admissions Office URL
http://admissions.nd.edu/

*Data source is the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) the data collection program for the National Center for Education Statistics

 

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