Parent Income Range From $100,000 to $119,999

Family of four living in Kentucky with a student enrolled at Notre Dame. Student has a younger sibling who is in grade school. Family had $5,000 in unreimbursed medical expenses.

Parents Income in 2014 was $118,700.

Parents have $10,000 in savings. The family owns their home and they have $40,000 in home equity.

The student earned $1,200 in 2014.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $39,800
Federal Subsidized Loan $1,450
Federal Unsubsidized Loan $4,050
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $48,000

 

$61,775 Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$45,300 Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$16,475 Amount family owes

Student also can use the money earned from work to pay for personal expenses and transportation.


Family of five living in New York with a student enrolled at Notre Dame, a sibling enrolled in a public four year university and an older sibling who just graduate from college.  Family had $5,000 in unreimbursed medical expenses.

Parents Income in 2014 was $117,000.

 

Parents have $20,000 in savings. The family owns their home and they have $153,000 in home equity.

The student has a savings account with $2,000.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $43,400
Alumni Club Scholarship $3,500
Outside Scholarship $1,250
Federal Subsidized Loan $1,050
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $51,900
$61,775 Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$49,200 Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$12,575 Amount family owes

Student also can use the money earned from work to pay for personal expenses and transportation.

*Student also could borrow up to $4,450 from the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program.