Parent Income Range Over $200,000

Family of five living in Texas with a student enrolled at Notre Dame and a sibling who just completed their undergraduate degree. Family is paying $16,000 in private school tuition for two other children and we made an allowance for that expense. 

Parents Income in 2014 was $216,000. 

Parents have $25,000 in home equity and $150,000 in investments. 

The student has $1,500 in savings.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $9,000
Alumni Club Scholarship $3,000
Outside  Scholarship $3,800
Federal Subsidized Loan $3,500
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $22,000
$61,775  Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$19,300  Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$42,475  Amount family owes

The family borrowed from the Federal PLUS Loan of $20,000 and used the interest-free payment plan to pay the remaining family share.


Family of four living in Michigan with a student enrolled at Notre Dame and a sibling attending a public university. Family is paying $16,000 in private school tuition for two other children and we made an allowance for that expense.

Parents Income in 2014 was $240,000 which includes $11,200 in contributions to a tax-deferred retirement program. 

Parents have $70,000 in investments and $20,000 in home equity.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $20,500
Alumni Club Scholarship $2,000
Outside  Scholarship $2,800
Federal Subsidized Loan $3,500
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $31,500

 

$61,775  Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$28,800  Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$32,975  Amount family owes

The family used $10,000 from their investments, borrowed $15,000 from the Federal PLUS Loan and used the interest-free payment plan to pay the remaining family share.


Family of six living in Virginia with a student enrolled at Notre Dame. Family is paying $15,000 in private school tuition for two other children which was considered.

Parents Income in 2014 was $258,000 which includes $15,300 in contributions to a tax-deferred retirement program.

Parents have $67,000 in home equity and $76,000 investments.

Financial Assistance Amount
University Scholarships $7,800
Outside Scholarship $2,000
Federal Unsubsidized Loan $4,000
Campus Employment $2,700
Total Assistance $16,500
$61,775  Cost for tuition, fees, room and meals
$13,800  Financial Assistance (excludes work)
$47,975  Amount family owes

The family used $20,000 from their investments and used the interest-free payment plan to pay the remaining family share.