Financial Aid Application Checklist
Please note that, while current enrolled students may submit their financial aid applications beginning in October, our office will not begin releasing their Financial Aid Notifications until May due to the high volume of applications for first-year students.
Deadline: April 15
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - Available October 1
School Code: 001840
CSS Profile - Available October 1
School Code: 1841
Supporting Documentation (submitted directly to the office)
Submit the following (if applicable) to our office via our secure document upload portal.
- Parent 2021 W-2 Form(s)
Submit the following only if requested by the Office of Financial Aid:
- Parent and student signed 2021 Federal Tax Returns
- Student 2021 W-2 Form(s)
- Verification Worksheet
- Other Documents as requested (e.g. business tax returns)
The University of Notre Dame does not participate in the College Board’s Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC) for returning students. Instead, please submit any requested item(s) to our office via our secure document upload portal or mail them to Office of Financial Aid, 128 McKenna Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Include your (the student's) name and NDid number and redact or black out any Personally Identifiable Information (PII) including social security numbers, driver’s license or state ID number, Alien Registration Number, and date of birth.
"My Financial Aid" Instructions
The InsideND portal houses the "My Financial Aid" resource for currently enrolled students. Students can use "My Financial Aid" to access important financial aid information, such as their submitted and outstanding requirements, their annual Financial Aid Notification, as well as a summary of their federal student loan borrowing. This information is available 24/7 which allows students to check on their status at times when the Office of Financial Aid may not be available.
Communications from the Office of Financial Aid
In most cases, email to a student's Notre Dame email address is used as the primary means of communicating with enrolled students. The email provided on the admission application is used for prospective and newly admitted students. PARENTS, PLEASE NOTE: The Office of Financial Aid sends all correspondence to the student. The student is responsible for sharing the information with their parents.