University of Notre Dame is a private institution that was started in 1842. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 8,731, its environment is city, and the campus size is 1,265 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its tuition/fees are $57,699
Notre Dame is situated in South Bend, Ind., just 100 miles outside of Chicago. Only freshmen are required to live on campus, but most learners choose to remain on campus in one of the 30 single-sex residence halls. The halls serve as the centers of social life at Notre Dame, as there is no Greek life on campus. Legends, an on-campus restaurant and pub, is a popular spot for watching sporting events. The Notre Dame “Fighting Irish” have about 20 varsity NCAA Division I athletic teams and are well known for their consistently strong football program. Over half of learners study abroad for at least one semester.
Notre Dame is separated into eight schools and colleges, the largest of which is the College of Arts and Letters. Notre Dames graduate and professional programs include the highly ranked Mendoza College of Business and Law School in addition to a well-regarded School of Architecture, which offers undergraduate and graduate programs. Notable alumni include former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, talk-show host Regis Philbin and Hall of Fame football player Joe Montana. The 1993 film “Rudy,” ranked one of the top 25 sports movies of the past 25 years by ESPN, was filmed on Notre Dames campus and depicts the true story of Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger, who overcame many obstacles to play football at Notre Dame.