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Notre Dame students are prepared for success, from the liberal arts foundation begun in the First Year of Studies  through the specific subject area knowledge gained in their studies in the College of Arts and Letters, College of Engineering, College of Science, Mendoza College of Business, or the School of Architecture.

Notre Dame’s distinctive Catholic heritage challenges students to integrate scholarship and faith. Spirited traditions and personal responsibility are fostered within our tight-knit, residential community. More than 80% of our undergraduates participate in service activities.

Notre Dame students also develop leadership and teamwork skills through involvement in more than 350 student organizations, 26 varsity teams and dozens of intramural and recreational sports.

More than 65% of our students study abroad in 20 countries – ranking Notre Dame among the top research universities in the nation.  Notre Dame prides itself on being an environment of teaching and learning that fosters the development of mind, body and spirit.


University Enrollment Statistics

*numbers based on Fall 2016 enrollment data from the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research

The University is one of a handful of truly international universities with a student body of 12,000 drawn from all 50 states and 100 countries.  Excellence in undergraduate teaching as well as groundbreaking research contributes to our being consistently ranked among the nation’s top 25 universities.

Undergraduate Enrollment

 
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior/5th Year
~Total
Art & Letters
467
977
1058
1152
3654
Business
564
536
654
694
2448
Engineering
474
463
488
456
1881
Science
509
531
544
547
2131
Total
2067
2545
2772
2917
10301

*Each student is counted once for each major or supplemental major, totals are therefore greater than actual number of students enrolled.

Undergraduate Diversity:

International: 6%

Hispanic or Latino: 11%

American Indian/Alaskan Native: <1%

Asian: 5%

African American: 4%

Pacific Islander: <1%

White: 69%

Two or More Races: 5%