Tuition and Fees for 2018-2019

As the costs of a quality private education continue to escalate, Notre Dame takes pride in maintaining a moderate level of student tuition and fees. The University has been able to hold increased expenses to modest amounts.

Women’s College

Tuition  
Full-Time Tuition $35,600.00*
Part-Time (1-11 credits per term) per credit hour $825.00
Credits in excess of normal load (18 credits), per credit hour $825.00
Consolidated Fee  
Full-Time $1,300.00
Registration Fee Per Term: Summer and Winterim $170.00
Room and Board* $11,850.00

*Includes Winterim, a four-week January term for concentrated study, independent study, internships, study abroad, practicums or research.

NB: Credit and debit card payments will include a 2.5% processing fee.

Room damages are billed to the student’s account at the end of each semester. Residence halls are closed during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter breaks.

Tuition Adjustment Policy

Tuition adjustments are based upon the total tuition due for all courses in any given semester. They are made on a percentage basis dependent on the date that the written withdrawal request is received in the registrar's office. Tuition adjustment schedules, with the appropriate dates and percentages, are published in the course schedules at the beginning of each semester. Please note: Telephone messages, communications with faculty members or advisors and non-attendance at class are not valid methods of withdrawing from classes and do not obligate the University to refund all or part of the tuition. The fact that a student has not attended a class has no impact on tuition adjustment.

Non-payment of tuition without proper notification to the registrar's office of withdrawal from classes does not obligate the University to refund tuition payments or to credit a student's account for the tuition for that semester. If the University exercises its right to drop students for non-payment, students must re-register for the courses. Payment of the outstanding tuition does not constitute re-registration and does not ensure the student a seat in any class.

Requests for a tuition refund must be made in writing to the business office or indicated on the withdrawal form available in the registrar's office. Registration, admission application fee and late fees are non-refundable. A student who is receiving financial aid will be subject to the refund policy established by federal guidelines.

For more information, contact the Business Office at 410-532-5440.

College of Adult Undergraduate Studies (CAUS)

Per credit hour (Non-Nursing) $520.00
Registration Fee per term $170.00
Late tuition payment fee $100.00

Registration/technology fee must accompany all College of Adult Undergraduate Studies registrations. Tuition may be paid by check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. Payment can be made in person, by phone or online through WebAdvisor. NB: Credit and debit card payments will include a 2.5% processing fee.

Students interested in financial aid, such as Federal Pell Grants and Federal Stafford Loans (subsidized or unsubsidized) must:

Tuition Adjustment Policy

Tuition adjustments are based upon the total tuition due for all courses in any given semester. They are made on a percentage basis dependent on the date that the written withdrawal request is received in the registrar's office. Tuition adjustment schedules, with the appropriate dates and percentages, are published in the course schedules at the beginning of each semester. Please note: Telephone messages, communications with faculty members or advisors and nonattendance at class are not valid methods of withdrawing from classes and do not obligate the University to refund all or part of the tuition. The fact that a student has not attended a class has no impact on tuition adjustment.

Nonpayment of tuition without proper notification to the registrar's office of withdrawal from classes does not obligate the University to refund tuition payments or to credit a student's account for the tuition for that semester. If the University exercises its right to drop students for nonpayment, students must re-register for the courses. Payment of the outstanding tuition does not constitute re-registration and does not ensure the student a seat in any class.

Requests for a tuition refund must be made in writing to the business office or indicated on the withdrawal form available in the registrar's office. Registration, admission application fee and late fees are nonrefundable. A student who is receiving financial aid will be subject to the refund policy established by federal guidelines.

For more information, contact the Business Office at 410-532-5440.

Graduate Studies (per credit hour unless otherwise indicated)

 
Application Fee none
Re-admission/re-matriculation fee (returning students) none
School of Education  
Master’s (per credit hour) $580.00
CASE $720.00
Ph.D. $720.00
School of Arts and Sciences $585.00
School of Nursing $670.00
School of Pharmacy (Full-Time Tuition) $38,750.00
Fees  
Student Fee (only Pharmacy students) $2,000.00
Online Consortium Tuition Differential (per credit) $27.00
Registration/Technology Fee per term for Graduate Studies $170.00
Internship fee (M.A. in Teaching Program, in addition to tuition) $640.00
 
Financial aid

Limited financial aid is available in the form of low-interest loans and veterans' benefits. Contact the Notre Dame Office of Financial Aid at 410-532-5369. Contact the Registrar’s Office at 410-532-5327 for questions regarding VA benefits. Employee tuition benefits may be available from your employer.

Tuition adjustment policy

Tuition adjustments are based upon the total tuition due for all courses in any given semester. They are made on a percentage basis dependent on the date that the written withdrawal request is received in the registrar's office. Tuition adjustment schedules, with the appropriate dates and percentages, are published in the course schedules at the beginning of each semester.

Note: Telephone messages, communications with faculty members or advisors, and non-attendance at class are not valid methods of withdrawing from classes and do not obligate the University to refund all or part of the tuition. The fact that a student has not attended a class has no impact on tuition adjustment.

The University reserves the right to drop from classes any student who has not satisfied all financial obligations by the time classes begin. Nonpayment of tuition without proper notification to the registrar's office of withdrawal from classes does not obligate the University to refund tuition payments or to credit a student's account for the tuition for that semester. If the University exercises its right to drop students for nonpayment, students must re-register for the courses. Payment of the outstanding tuition does not constitute re-registration and does not ensure the student a seat in any class.

Requests for a tuition refund must be made in writing to the business office or indicated on the withdrawal form available in the registrar's office. Registration, admission application fee and late fees are non-refundable. A student who is receiving financial aid will be subject to the refund policy established by federal guidelines.

Employer tuition remission payment plans

The Employer Tuition Remission Payment Plan enables students to register and partially defer tuition. At the time of registration all fees and 15 percent of total tuition is due. The balance of your tuition is payable 60 days after the last class of the semester. See the form for full details and requirements. A Verification of Employer Tuition Remission Eligibility form must be completed. For more information regarding the Employer Tuition Remission Payment Plan, call 410-532-5365.