- 填好的Common Application和我校的补充申请材料
- International Student Certification of Finances文件以及正式的资金证明文件（英文）
- 官方的SAT I, Reasoning Test或ACT成绩单
- 官方的TOEFL或者 IELTS成绩单（如果你的母语不是英文）
请注意：所有的非美国公民或永久居民的国际学生必须呈交International Student Certification of Finances以及正式资金证明文件。该文件需以英文书写，需证明有足够的资金完成四年大学教育。
学生在其International Student Certification of Finances以及所提供的四年费用资金证明文件得到学校的认同，并收到录取通知后，请在5月1日以前向学校发出确认入学的确认信件。此后，被录取的国际学生将收到学校寄来的I-20表，学生凭此文件可前往当地美国大使馆申请学生签证(F-1)。
Applying to Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame is a member of the Common Application; a student may apply at www.commonapp.org or through our website, admissions.nd.edu. The application deadline is the 1st of January; the Office of Undergraduate Admissions must have all of the following before beginning the application review:
- A completed Common Application AND the Notre Dame supplement.
- A completed International Student Certification of Finances and official financial documentation.
- An official transcript or record of academic achievement in secondary school.
- Official results of the SAT I: Reasoning Test or the ACT Assessment.
- Official results of the TOEFL or IELTS if English is not the applicant’s native language.
- A letter of evaluation from a teacher, headmaster, or counselor.
- A $75 non-refundable application fee.
Please note that all international students except US Citizens and Permanent Residents must submit an International Student Certification of Finances with supporting financial documentation. The supporting financial documentation should be in English and must match the amount or type of funds listed on the Certification of Finances.
There are two periods to which students may apply to Notre Dame: Restrictive Early Action (deadline: November 1) and Regular Action (deadline: January 1). Students who apply Restrictive Early Action will receive an admissions decision by the middle of December; those who apply Regular Action will be notified by the first week of April. A student applying Restrictive Early Action to Notre Dame may apply to other Early Action programs. A student applying Early Action may not apply to any college or university that has a binding Early Decision Program. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions does not assume students who apply Early Action have more interest in attending Notre Dame than those who apply Regular Action; therefore, it is not easier to be admitted during Early Action. Applicants are welcome to contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for advice on when to submit an application.
All non-United States citizens and Permanent Residents who apply for financial aid will have their application and financial aid status reviewed in Regular Action. International students who apply via Early Action, request financial aid, and are competitive for admission will be deferred to Regular Action for further consideration.
New Policy for Applicants Interested in Mendoza College of Business
From fall 2014, when first admitted to Notre Dame, students who indicate an intent to major in business on the application will be informed, at the time of admission, whether they are “pre-approved” to enroll in Mendoza College of Business (MCOB) at the end of their first year. If they are not pre-approved, students will be advised that they will be free to enroll in any other college or school, but that the chances of being approved to major in business after the first year will be extremely limited. Such students will be advised that they should reconsider enrolling in Notre Dame if they are only interested in majoring in business. If a student who is pre-approved to major in business later decides not to do so, she or he will be free to major in any other college or school at Notre Dame. The MCOB enrollment will be capped at 550 per graduating class. More information is available at https://enrollmentdivision.nd.edu/mendoza-admissions-policies/
OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS TO ENTER THE UNITED STATES
International students who are admitted to Notre Dame will be sent the Form I-20, the official application for student visa (F-1) status.
Students become eligible for an I-20 after approval of the International Student Certification of Finances and four years of financial documentation, acceptance to the University, and confirmation of attendance (by May 1).
For more international admissions information, please go to website: http://admissions.nd.edu/admission-and-application/international-students/