Parent Income Range From $160,000 to $179,999

Family of five living in Colorado with a student enrolled at Notre Dame and a sibling enrolled at another private college. They also have a child enrolled in a private high school and we made an adjustment for tuition of $8,000.

Parents Income in 2014 was $163,500 which includes $9,000 to a tax deferred retirement account.

Parents have $90,000 in home equity and $30,000 in investments.

The student earned $1,200 in 2014 and has 3,500 in savings.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $34,800
Alumni Club Scholarship $2,700
Federal Subsidized Loan $2,600
Federal Unsubsidized Loan $2,900
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $45,700

 

 

$61,775 Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$43,000 Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$18,775 Amount family owes

Family chose to take the Unsubsidized Federal Loan, use some of the student’s savings and use the interest free monthly payment plan to pay the family share.


Family of four living in Illinois with a student enrolled at Notre Dame and a sibling enrolled at another private college. Adjustment made for the higher cost of living and unusually high medical expenses.

Parents Income in 2014 was $168,000 which includes $5,200 to a tax deferred retirement account.

Parents have $50,000 in home equity and $7,000 in investments.

The student has $5,000 in savings.

 

 

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $28,000
Outside Scholarships $1,500
Federal Subsidized Loans $2,850
Federal Unsubsidized Loan $3,150
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $38,200

 

$61,775 Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$35,500 Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$26,275 Amount family owes

Family chose to take the Unsubsidized Federal Loan, use some of the student’s savings and a Federal PLUS Loan to pay the family share.


Family of four living in Missouri with a student enrolled at Notre Dame and a sibling enrolled at another private school college.  

 

Parents Income in 2014 was $179,000 which includes $1,200 to a tax deferred retirement account.

Parents have $320,000 in investments (excluding retirement) but no home equity.

The student earned $1,200 in 2014 and has $9,100 in savings.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $25,600
Alumni Club Scholarship $4,000
Federal Subsidized Loans $3,000
Federal Unsubsidized Loan $500
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $35,800
$61,775 Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$33,100 Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$28,675 Amount family owes

Family used $2000 of the student’s savings and the interest-free payment plan to pay the family share.