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
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.
Notre Dame has admitted 1,610 Early Action Applicants to the Class of 2020. 5,321 students were reviewed under the University’s Restricted Early Action program. Early Applications were up 21% over last year.
This fall approximately 2,015 members of Notre Dame’s newest class will be arriving on campus. They were selected from a record pool of 18,157 applicants. Academically, the median incoming first-year student is in the top one percent of the nation in either high school performance and/or on national testing and have exceptional records of leadership and service.
As of March 28, 2015, the University of Notre Dame has admitted 3,577 students out of a total pool of 18,156 applicants. These admitted students attend 2,036 high schools across the globe. In addition, another 800 are expected to remain active on the waitlist. The University expects to enroll a first-year class of 2,010 students.
The University of Notre Dame admitted 1,400 Early Action applicants who attend 925 different high schools across the globe. In addition, another 800 were deferred to the regular decision admission process to be evaluated for possible admission in March.
Students at Notre Dame are admitted to the University’s First Year of Studies, not to an individual school or college. However, upon application to Notre Dame, all students are asked to make a non-binding indication of the college or school and specific major or discipline in which they intend to major.
Notre Dame’s Early Action program is designed to provide students with the freedom of choosing their college by May 1 (National Candidates’ Reply Date), but also enjoy the convenience of gaining an early evaluation from the Committee on Admissions at Notre Dame.
[From article originally published in Notre Dame Magazine, Autumn 2014, written by Kerry Temple]
My task is easy. Turn on the recorder, set it on the table and cue Don Bishop ’77 by posing occasional questions. He talks; I eat. As I finish my salad, I notice that Don’s sandwich is still untouched. It is past 1 in the afternoon. I have known Don since he was a young Notre Dame admissions counselor in the late 1970s, but I still feel bad he hasn’t taken a bite.…
Notre Dame’s incoming class of 2018 comes to campus from the University’s highest-qualified applicant pool and reflects the Office of Undergraduate Admissions’ efforts to extend and personalize its recruitment process, according to Don Bishop, associate vice president for undergraduate enrollment.
A record number of high-achieving applicants fought for admission to the University this year, illustrating Notre Dame’s increasing selectivity and marking this particular class as “a more qualified pool than ever before.”
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 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.
Over the past year the Enrollment Division began to implement a reorganization strategy after completing the new OADI process. This reorganization is tiered over a three-year period, and the Division has just completed its first year.
The freshman class of 2017 has shaped up to be one of the most diverse and academically richest classes in Notre Dame’s history.
Summer Scholars hit the campus in July for two weeks of intensive academic, spiritual, and social growth opportunities and the chance to experience daily life as a Notre Dame student.