In response to the growth of its undergraduate business school, the University of Notre Dame is adopting new admission practices for students interested in enrolling in the Mendoza College of Business. The new policy, which will commence with the fall 2015 first-year class, will cap enrollment at 550 per graduating class. …
The Undergraduate Enrollment Division will enhance the University’s pursuit of becoming a more successful, selective, and mission-driven institution through entrepreneurial and innovative approaches that deepen the awareness of the institution amongst priority prospects and applicants.
The Undergraduate Enrollment Division will expand its identification of potential applicants, both nationally and globally, who would benefit from a unique Catholic centered education. Emphasis will be focused on the relationship of our faculty and university leaders with undergraduates that includes co-curricular experiences of pursuing truth, conducting research, developing leadership, and providing service. The division will deepen its relationship with students by engaging in thoughtful interactions that articulate the benefits of a Notre Dame education and the corresponding lifelong relationship that is cultivated with our graduates.
The University of Notre Dame admitted 1,960 Early Action applicants who attended 1,240 different high schools in 46 states and 30 countries. The students were selected from a record number of 6,551 Early Action applicants. In addition, another 900 were deferred to the Regular Action admission process where they will receive another full evaluation for admission in March.