Notre Dame is one of a handful of truly international universities, with a student body drawn from all 50 states and 100 countries. About 80% of the undergraduates and 18% of advanced students live on campus, and more than 80% are active in service learning and community volunteer activities. There are no social fraternities or sororities at Notre Dame--the residence hall is the focus of social, religious, and intramural athletic activities.
- 37% were in the top 1% of their class
- 52% were in the top 2%
- 74% were in the top 5%
- 89% were in the top 10%
Mid 50% score range:
- Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) 1370-1500
- American College Test (ACT) 32-34
41% Midwest, 23 Northeast, 18 West and Southwest, 13 Southeast, and 5 international
|Professional (Law, M.Div., Business, M. Ed.)||
|Summer/Fall 2010, Spring 2011|
In laboratories, studios, theaters, libraries, and institutes on campus and around the world, Notre Dame students are engaged in a wide array of research, scholarly, and creative projects. They are selected to the leading academic honor societies and have received such prestigious awards as Rhodes, Fulbright, Marshall, and Truman Scholarships and fellowships from the Goldwater, Mellon, and National Science Foundations.
Social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and governance programs are coordinated and sponsored by more than 350 registered student organizations. All undergraduate student organizations fall under the umbrella of the Student Union. The major undergraduate groups are the Hall Presidents’ Council, Class Councils, Student Union Board, Club Coordination Council, and Student Government. The major graduate organizations are Graduate Student Union, Student Bar Association, Master of Science in Accountancy Association, and the MBA Association.