THIS IS NOTRE DAME 2020–21 THE The was in our mission to ensure that Notre UNIVERSITY founded in November 1842 by Dame’s Catholic character informs all of Rev. Edward F. Sorin, C.S.C., a priest of our endeavors. From legal scholars who OF NOTRE the Congregation of Holy Cross, a French study civil rights and religious liberty, to missionary order. It is located adjacent scientists and engineers who investigate DAME to South Bend, , the center of a environmental protection, to sociologists metropolitan area with a population of who examine religious and ethical more than 300,000. Chartered by the practices, Notre Dame continues to be a state of Indiana in 1844, the University place where the Church does its thinking. was governed by the Holy Cross priests until 1967, when governance was One of America’s leading undergraduate transferred to a two-tiered, mixed board teaching institutions, Notre Dame also of lay and religious trustees and fellows. has been at the forefront in research and scholarship. The aerodynamics Notre Dame has grown from the vision of glider flight, the transmission of of Father Sorin, who sought to establish wireless messages, and the formulae a great Catholic university in America, for synthetic rubber were pioneered and has remained faithful to both its at the University. Today researchers religious and intellectual traditions. Today, are achieving breakthroughs in we seek to be an enlightening force for astrophysics, radiation chemistry, a world deeply in need. Our departments environmental sciences, tropical disease of theology and philosophy are regarded transmission, peace studies, cancer, as among the finest in the world while robotics, and nanoelectronics. faculty in all departments participate

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. President of the University of Notre Dame Notre Dame always has been heavily Notre Dame remain vivid over a lifetime. Notre Dame has a unique spirit. It is residential, with about four in five The University always has attracted traditional, yet open to change. It is undergraduates living on campus. scholars who are interested in teaching dedicated to religious belief no less than Students come to Notre Dame to learn and scholarship, men and women who to scientific knowledge. It has always not only how to think but also how to live, know that a Notre Dame education is stood for values in a world of facts. It has and often the experiences alumni carry more than what is taught in classrooms kept faith with Father Sorin’s vision. from residence hall communities at and laboratories.

FALL 2019 ENROLLMENT COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS (all counts include dual-degree seekers) 2,066 COLLEGE OF SCIENCE 1,311 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 1,380 MENDOZA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 1,746 8,748 FIRST YEAR OF STUDIES 2,079 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 166 Undergraduate studies 75 bachelor’s degree programs ACADEMIC UNITS KEOUGH SCHOOL OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS Opening its doors in Jenkins Nanovic Halls in August 2017, the Donald R. Keough School of Global Affairs advances Notre Dame’s mission through its focus on integral human development—a holistic model for human flourishing and human dignity. The Keough School educates and trains students for skilled, effective, and ethical leadership in government, nongovernmental and civil society organizations, and the private sector. An office in Washington, D.C., enables the school to expand its presence in the global policy arena. >

GRADUATE BUSINESS THE GRADUATE SCHOOL PROGRAMS THE Established in 1918, the Graduate School The mission of the Mendoza College of Business offers eight programs is composed of four divisions (engineering, is to provide academically excellent degree of study in areas such as intellectual property, humanities, science, and social sciences) and the programs centered on the vision of business business law, environmental law, and public Keough School of Global Affairs. It embraces 31 as a powerful force for good in society. The policy. The school’s international curriculum doctoral programs, 14 terminal master’s degree college offers 11 graduate business degrees: includes Notre Dame Law Program as programs and eight professional master’s Notre Dame MBA, Executive MBA, Executive well as student exchange programs in China, degree programs in and among 31 University MBA-Chicago, Master of Science in Accountancy, Chile, , Switzerland, and Italy. Its extensive departments, institutes, and programs. Of the Master of Science in Business Analytics, Master externship offerings include programs in the approximately 2,300 degree-seeking students, of Science in Business Analytics-Chicago, school’s Chicago and Washington, D.C., facilities. 98 percent are full-time, 66 percent are Master of Science in Finance-Chicago, Master The Law School offers several dual degrees, pursuing a doctorate, 44 percent are women, of Science in Management, Master of Nonprofit including a J.D./MBA, J.D./M.A. in English, and and 29 percent are international students. Administration, Executive Master of Nonprofit J.D./Master of Engineering. Post-J.D. programs Among U.S. students, 18 percent are from Administration, and the dual-degree Notre include an LL.M. that may be pursued either in underrepresented groups. Prestigious multi-year Dame MBA/Master of Science in Business South Bend or in London, and an LL.M. and a J.S.D. fellowships are awarded to the top 10 percent of Analytics. Mendoza also offers custom and open in international human rights law. > each incoming class. Approximately 97 percent enrollment programs in executive education and of students in the Graduate School­—both nonprofit administration. OTHER PROFESSIONAL doctoral and non-professional master’s— > PROGRAMS receive full-tuition scholarships. Ninety-seven The master of education degree is offered percent of recent graduates report that their through the University’s Alliance for Catholic current job aligns with their career goals. Education, and the Department of Theology > offers the master of divinity degree (M.Div.). UNIVERSITY INSTITUTES ND Energy Center for Philosophy of Religion Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion NDnano—Center for Nano Science and Technology Center for Research on Educational Opportunity Center for Social Concerns Technology Ethics Center (ND-TEC) Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Center for STEM Education Eck Institute for Global Health COLLEGE INSTITUTES Institute for Educational Initiatives Center for the Study of Religion and Society Environmental Research Center (UNDERC) Kellogg Institute for International Studies Center for the Study of Social Movements Harper Cancer Research Institute Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism Institute for Flow Physics and Control Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture Institute for Latino Studies McGrath Institute for Church Life Eugene D. Fanning Center for Business Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies Medieval Institute Communication Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing Nanovic Institute for European Studies Institute for Theoretical Sciences Pulte Institute for Global Development Tantur Ecumenical Institute John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, Wireless Institute and Values UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CENTERS Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership RESEARCH CENTERS Notre Dame International Security Center Boler-Parseghian Center for Rare and Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy Neglected Diseases Center for Network and Data Science Ruth M. Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Center for Accounting Research and Center for Research Computing Care in Medicine Education (CARE) Center for Social Science Research Warren Family Research Center for Drug Center for Astrophysics (CANDU) Environmental Change Initiative Discovery and Development Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Government Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business Institute for Advanced Study Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities Center for Mathematics Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights W. M. Keck Center for Transgene Research COMPETITIVELY ACADEMIC SUPPORT AWARDED CENTERS UNITS Actinide Center of Excellence Center for Creative Computing Applications and Systems-Driven Center Center for Environmental Science and Technology for Energy-Efficient Integrated Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures Nanotechnologies (ASCENT) Center for University Advising Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Chemical Synthesis and Drug Discovery Core Facility Reactive Materials (C-SWARM) Engineering and Design Core Facility Institute for Structure and Nuclear Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Astrophysics (ISNAP) Engagement Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics–Center Genomics and Bioinformatics Core Facility for the Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE) Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts NSF Center for Computer-Assisted Synthesis Integrated Imaging Facility Pratt & Whitney Center of Excellence Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence (Turbomachinery Laboratory) Magnetic Resonance Research Center QuarkNet Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility Radiation Laboratory Materials Characterization Facility Robinson Community Learning Center Nanofabrication Facility Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship The Writing Center ACHIEVEMENTS/MILESTONES

Notre Dame established the first Twenty-five Notre Dame faculty NOTRE DAME LAW programs in law, engineering, and members, including current TOP 25 SCHOOL IS RATED architecture at an American Catholic President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., 21ST BY U.S. NEWS institution of higher learning. have been elected to the American Notre Dame is rated among the nation’s Academy of Arts and Sciences, the top 25 institutions of higher learning in & WORLD REPORT. nation’s leading learned academy. surveys conducted by U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, Niche, and others.

FACULTY AND PROGRAM STATISTICS A TOP 10 Faculty in the College of Arts and Letters have COLLEGIATE WORKPLACE earned 65 fellowships Notre Dame has been identified as one from the National Endowment for the of the top 10 collegiate workplaces in THE MENDOZA Humanities since 1999, more than for the country in a survey by the Chronicle COLLEGE any other university in the nation over of Higher Education, the leading resource OF BUSINESS that time. Notre Dame’s Medieval Institute was for higher education news and information. Ranks sixth nationally for its the first in the United States, and undergraduate program and No. 27 the University also founded the first for its MBA program in the 2019 Poets publication series dedicated specifically & Quants listing of top business schools to medieval topics. in the country. NOTRE DAME RESEARCH At Notre Dame, record-breaking research awards have paved the way for new discoveries, unlocked knowledge, and improved technologies. Notre Dame Research (NDR) is committed to supporting a culture of research, scholarship, and creative endeavor throughout campus, in order to be a repository for knowledge and a powerful means for doing good in the world.

In addition, NDR supports and encourages innovation in more than 20 world-class core facilities and resources, as well as in a number of key areas of research, including cancer, environmental change, global health, and many more. > $172.5 million in record-breaking research awards in FY20 CURRENT AWARDS BY SPONSOR

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14% #1 20% in the country Other 3% 23% for NEH GLOBAL FOOTPRINT NSF 6% DOE Fellowships 14% NIH 9% 11% since 1999 50 awards 41 locations Industry FDN totaling $20.6 million STUDENT LIFE Notre Dame is one of a handful of truly projects. They are selected to the leading Student Union, Student Bar Association, Master’s international universities, with a student academic honor societies and have received of Science in Accountancy Association, and the body drawn from all 50 states and more such prestigious awards as Rhodes, Fulbright, MBA Association. > than 1,550 international students from over Marshall, and Truman scholarships and 100 countries. About 78 percent of the fellowships from the Goldwater, Mellon, STUDY ABROAD undergraduates and 11 percent of advanced and National Science foundations. OPPORTUNITIES students live on campus, and more than 80 Notre Dame is among the top 10 in the nation percent are active in service learning and STUDENT ACTIVITIES for study abroad participation. Through Notre community volunteer activities. There are no Social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and Dame International, 70 percent of Notre Dame social fraternities or sororities at Notre Dame— governance programs are coordinated and undergraduates study abroad for academic the residence halls are the focus of social, sponsored by more than 500 recognized student credit in the following countries: religious, and intramural athletic activities. clubs and organizations. All undergraduate Australia Germany Kenya South Africa student organizations fall under the umbrella Greece Mexico South Korea ACHIEVEMENTS of the Student Union Board. A few highlighted Chile India Morocco Spain China Ireland Poland Switzerland In laboratories, studios, theaters, libraries, undergraduate groups are the Hall Presidents’ Denmark Israel Russia and institutes on campus and around the Council, class councils, Student Union Board, Club Ecuador Italy Rwanda world, Notre Dame students are engaged in a Coordination Council, and Student Government. Ethiopia Japan Senegal France Jordan Singapore wide array of research, scholarly, and creative The major graduate organizations are Graduate

GLOBAL NETWORK Notre Dame’s network of 11 Global Gateways and Centers aims to extend the global reach of the University’s research, scholarship, and programs; enhance students’ international education and experience; and provide a means for meaningful academic, cultural, and civic engagement.

Global Gateways and Centers are located in: Beijing, Dublin, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, Kylemore Abbey (western Ireland), London, Mexico City, Mumbai, Rome, Santiago, and São Paulo. STUDENT FACTS

Degrees Awarded Geographic Distribution First-Year (summer/fall 2019, spring 2020) Class Profile (Class of 2024) 2,223 239 14% 26% U.S. students Bachelor’s Doctoral/Research West/ of color Southwest 34% Midwest 22% 15% first generation East and low socioeconomic 1,160 201 22% Master’s Doctoral/Professional 8% international, dual South/Southeast International/8% citizen, or U.S. U.S. abroad citizen abroad

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Enrollment Male 51% 2% 24% 28% (fall 2019) Architecture Business Science Female 49% 8,731 2,207 1,743 12,681 26% 20% Undergraduate Graduate School Professional Total Liberal Arts and Engineering (Law, M.Div., Business, M.Ed.) Social Science STUDENT STATISTICS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 2ND MOST AND SCHOLARS ACADEMIC More than 1,550 international students from over ALL- 96% 100 countries attend Notre Dame. Additionally, Notre AMERICANS Dame hosts more than 350 international scholars each year in various academic departments. 98% Fighting Irish athletics Notre Dame’s 98 programs have Notre Dame’s > percent retention rate produced the second graduation rate of between the freshman most Academic 96 percent annually RESERVE OFFICERS’ and sophomore years is All-Americans among ranks in the top 5 among the highest in the Division I-A colleges among research TRAINING CORPS country. and universities. universities. PROGRAMS (ROTC) Four branches of the military (Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force) are represented on campus. Notre Dame has OLDEST one of the highest COLLEGE undergraduate residential PUBLICATION concentrations OLDEST Scholastic, the of any national COLLEGE University’s student university, with MARCHING magazine, is the 78 percent of its oldest college students living in BAND publication in the 33 residence halls. The Notre Dame Marching country. About 40 Holy Cross Band was founded in religious and some 1843 and is the oldest 15 men and women college marching band of other religious still in existence. communities continue to live and provide a pastoral presence in the halls. RESOURCES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES HESBURGH LIBRARIES NOTRE DAME PRESS The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) The Hesburgh Libraries is a diverse system featuring The University of Notre Dame Press, the largest develops innovative solutions and provides the flagship , which houses four Catholic university press in the world, publishes reliable technology services in support of Notre centers and specialty libraries, along with eight academic and general interest books that Dame’s students, faculty, and staff. OIT services branch libraries and specialty centers located engage the most enduring questions of our range from enhancing the classroom experience throughout the Notre Dame campus. The libraries time. We believe in the power of research to through technology to managing the campus are home to nearly 200 faculty and staff with advance knowledge and impact lives, and of our technology infrastructure, from supporting on-site visits from over 1 million patrons annually. books to connect scholars, experts, students research activities to providing solutions that On-site and online visitors have access to more and readers in order to encourage intellectual enable the administrative campus teams. than 3.5 million print volumes and nearly 3.5 million exploration and enrich conversations on > electronic volumes. campus and around the world.

In an effort to further its core mission of The press publishes 50 to 60 print and digital “connecting people to knowledge,” the libraries books annually, and has recently released books offer a vast array of expertise, services, resources, by notable intellectuals including Aleksandr and spaces to ensure the academic success of the Solzhenitsyn, Tomáš Halík, Remi Brague, and Pierre campus community. Subject, digital, and academic Manent, among others. Through reviews, scholarly outreach librarians offer research assistance and citations, and translations, our books extend are available face-to-face or by email, phone, and the reach and reputation of the University. Our chat. > student internship program is developing the next generation of publishing professionals. > FINE AND UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES PERFORMING ARTS A repository of inactive and historical University Located immediately northwest of Notre Dame Sculpture Archive, and the Virginia A. Marten records and of manuscript collections Stadium, the contains more Collection of Decorative Arts. Other collection documenting American Catholicism, the archives than 25,000 artworks. Exceptional holdings strengths include Mesoamerican art, 20th- are housed in the Hesburgh Library. It contains include the Kress Collection of Renaissance century art, Native American art, African art, Old more than 57,000 linear feet and 410 terabytes Art, the Jack and Alfrieda Feddersen Collection Master paintings, and decorative and design of materials, including administrative records, of Rembrandt Etchings, the Noah L. and Muriel arts. The museum also presents six to eight manuscript collections, photographs, audiovisual Butkin Collection of 19th-Century French temporary exhibitions each year. The museum materials, digital files, microfilm, books, other Art, the John D. Reilly Collection of Old Master serves more than 10,000 Notre Dame and area printed matter, and artifacts. Drawings, the Janos Scholz Collection of 19th- college students every academic year through > Century European Photographs, the collection programs and special tours. of Mestrovic sculptures, the George Rickey >


266 NOTRE DAME CLUBS MORE THAN 100,000 ALUMNI The University’s network of Notre Dame clubs— AND FRIENDS including over 40 international clubs—is the subscribe to the Alumni Association’s Daily most extensive in higher education. 36,800 alumni, parents, and friends volunteered in Gospel Reflections at local communities via club events last year. The Department of Music features an annual The Department of Film, Television, and Theatre CAMPUS AND PHYSICAL series of musical performances by guest artists, offers numerous events, among them a series FACILITIES faculty members, music students, and student of plays each academic year that are performed Campus consists of 176 buildings with a groups, including the Glee Club, Chorale, at the University’s Marie P. DeBartolo Center for replacement value in excess of $4 billion. Symphony Orchestra, Brass Ensemble, Jazz Band, the Performing Arts. Other events include the > and Concert Band. Other groups on campus include NDCinema film series, the annual Student Film the Folk Choir, Coro Primavera de Nuestra Señora, Festival, and Shakespeare at Notre Dame, which Handbell Choir, Celebration Choir, and the Voices includes the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, of Faith. The music department and Sacred Music guest lectures by leading Shakespearean actors, Program are based in the new O'Neill Hall. and performances by the Notre Dame-based Actors > From The London Stage. > ATHLETICS

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> FINANCES BUDGET/ENDOWMENT/ Annual Tuition and Fees (2020–21) INCOME

The University of Notre Dame’s operating budget on support programs, contact Louis M. Nanni, Undergraduate $57,699 for fiscal year 2020-21 is approximately $1.7 vice president for University Relations, 405 Main Graduate School $57,050 billion, and the market value of its endowment is Building, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN approximately $12 billion. Two major sources of 46556-5602; (574) 631-6122. Law School $62,590 revenue accounting for just about 60 percent of > Regular MBA $58,030 the total are student tuition and fees, and auxiliary

Room and board charges $15,984 enterprises (including residence halls, dining GENERAL INFORMATION average (undergrad) facilities, athletics and the bookstore). TOURS Tens of thousands of visitors annually tour the Notre Dame undergraduates in the 2019-20 DEVELOPMENT scenic Notre Dame campus. The University’s Eck academic year received from the University more The University has had a successful development Notre Dame Visitors Center offers a regular than $150 million of financial aid in the form of program since it established a formal fundraising schedule of tours weekdays throughout the year. endowment-generated, need-based scholarships office in 1947. Call (574) 631-5726 for more information. that do not require repayment. Nearly 50 percent of > students received such assistance, with a median In 2019-20, the development office raised over amount per student of approximately $38,000, $466 million in cash gifts to the University. Of For specially designed tours for prospective which is about three-quarters the cost of tuition at this total, Notre Dame’s alumni contributed more students and their parents, contact the Office of Notre Dame. > than $250 million to their alma mater; their level Undergraduate Admissions at (574) 631-7505. of participation is among the best in American > higher education. Other important sources of gift income include foundations, corporations, and More info: @notredame non-alumni parents and friends. For information LEADERSHIP PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL Ann M. Firth, J.D. Rev. Gerard J. Olinger, C.S.C., J.D., M.Div. DEANS Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., D.Phil. Vice President and Chief of Staff Vice President for Mission Stefanos Polyzoides, M.A. President John L. Gohsman Engagement and Church Affairs Francis and Kathleen Rooney Dean Marie Lynn Miranda, Ph.D. Vice President and Chief Rev. Hugh R. Page Jr., D.Min., Ph.D. of the School of Architecture Charles and Jill Fischer Provost Information Officer Vice President and Associate Provost Sarah A. Mustillo, Ph.D. Trent A. Grocock for Undergraduate Affairs I.A. O’Shaughnessy Dean of the Shannon B. Cullinan, M.B.A. Michael E. Pippenger, Ph.D. Executive Vice President Vice President for Finance College of Arts and Letters Rev. Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C., Ph.D. Vice President and Associate Provost Martijn Cremers, Ph.D. David C. Bailey, M.B.A. Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization Martin J. Gillen Dean of the Vice President for Strategic Planning Bryan K. Ritchie, Ph.D. and Institutional Research Erin Hoffmann Harding, J.D. Mendoza College of Business Vice President and Associate Provost Patricia J. Culligan, Ph.D. Robert J. Bernhard, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Affairs for Innovation Micki L. Kidder, M.B.A. Matthew H. McCloskey Dean Vice President for Research Maura A. Ryan, Ph.D. of the College of Engineering Paul J. Browne, M.A. Vice President for University Enterprises and Events Vice President and Associate R. Scott Appleby, Ph.D. Vice President for Public Affairs and Provost for Faculty Affairs Marilyn Keough Dean of the Communications Douglas K. Marsh Michael D. Seamon, M.B.A. Vice President for Facilities Design and Keough School of Global Affairs Laura A. Carlson, Ph.D. Vice President for Campus Safety Laura A. Carlson, Ph.D. Vice President, Associate Provost, Operations and University Architect and University Operations and Dean of the Graduate School Christine M. Maziar, Ph.D. Dean of the Graduate School John B. Swarbrick Jr., J.D. G. Marcus Cole, J.D. Rev. Austin I. Collins, C.S.C., M.Div., M.F.A. Vice President and Vice President and James E. Rohr Religious Superior of Holy Cross Priests Senior Associate Provost Director of Athletics Joseph A. Matson Dean of the and Brothers at Notre Dame Robert K. McQuade, M.B.A. Law School > Marianne Corr, J.D. Vice President for Human Mary E. Galvin, Ph.D. Resources council William K. Warren Foundation Dean Vice President and General Counsel of the College of Science Michael D. Donovan, M.B.A., J.D. Louis M. Nanni, M.A. Vice President and Vice President for University Chief Investment Officer Relations