Scholarships and Financial Aid for Incoming Students

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Notre Dame awards a number of academic scholarships based on performance on the TACHS exam (or COOP-HSPT exam for New Jersey students) and prior school records. Scholarship consideration is given to students who list Notre Dame as their first, second, or third choice with preference given to first and second choice candidates. There is no separate exam for those who seek scholarships. Notification of a scholarship award is included in the student’s acceptance letter.

NEED-BASED FINANCIAL AID

Notre Dame works with families to help make a Notre Dame education affordable. Through the generosity of benefactors, alumnae and friends, we are committed to making a Notre Dame education a reality for families who demonstrate financial need.

Notre Dame partners with FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment to process all financial aid applications. Applications are accepted only online via https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/4KS3S

FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION DEADLINES FOR THE CLASS OF 2024

We encourage families of prospective students of the Class of 2024 who plan to apply for financial aid to do so in the first application period.

FIRST APPLICATION PERIOD

Dates Details
October 28, 2019 to November 22, 2019 FACTS financial aid application portal open for prospective students (notification approximately one week after acceptance letters are sent in January).

SECOND APPLICATION PERIOD

Dates Details
February 13, 2020 to March 13, 2020 FACTS financial aid application portal open for admitted students (notification by late April).

Scholarship and Tuition Assistance From Outside Sources

Inner City Scholarship Fund “Be A Student’s Friend” and “High School Award” Programs These two outstanding programs, administered by the Archdiocese of New York, assist students from archdiocesan elementary schools. Both of these programs are accepted by Notre Dame, and normally continue through all four years of high school.

Columbus Citizens Foundation This scholarship is administered through the Columbus Citizens Foundation which is committed to fostering an appreciation of Italian-American heritage and achievement. Four-year scholarships are available to students entering their freshman year of high school that meet the following criteria: Italian ancestry, financial need, academic excellence, service to school and community. The deadline is mid-February. Visit their website for more information and to download an application: www.ColumbusCitizensFD.org

TUITION AND FEES FOR 2019-2020
Tuition $14,200
Registration Fee $100
General Fee $425

Books and supplies are not included in the tuition.

If you have further questions please call Robert Grote in the Admissions Office at 212-620-5575 ext. 318.