At this stage, we are no longer taking applications.
We are processing our waitlist.

ALREADY APPLIED? (updated 4/22/2018)

  • Admitted students who have not yet sent in their forms have been moved to the waitlist
  • Waitlisted students who have not sent their transcript have been moved to the declined category
  • We are still processing our admitted students and have narrowed down on waitlist. At this stage (as of April 22), all waitlisted students must have heard from us, informing them whether they were admitted, or declined, or remained on the waitlist.
  • Reminder: we try to max each session at 65, but are able to take in 72 per session, 36 male and 36 female students; those limits are set by the dorm capacity; that will explain why a spot's availability may be a function of the student's gender (ND's dorms are all single-sex dorms).
  • Admitted students who have sent their forms have been confirmed; a packet was mailed to you, which you should soon receive.
Chances of a spot opening (relative to the number of students on the waitlist):
   - Session 1, male: virtually none
   - Session 1, female: small chance
   - Session 2, male: very small chance
   - Session 2, female: decent chance
(for an explanation of why gender influences chances, see the 4th bullet point above)

Recall that students with excellent academic credentials and a rigorous course schedule will have priority.

IEP: an engineering camp at Notre Dame!

Engineering. It is a profession of immense scope. From Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering to Chemical Engineering, from Computer Science and Engineering to Electrical Engineering, or Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences, the career opportunities are endless. So why not make it a major part of your life's plans? Today, men and women are successfully practicing engineering in a variety of companies around the world. Others are preparing themselves for careers in engineering.

The College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame would like to introduce you to the world of opportunities available in engineering. Give us just two weeks of the summer between your junior and senior years in high school, and we'll give you an introduction to engineering that includes:

• A taste of college life
• A chance to visit our campus and meet the faculty of the College of Engineering
• An update on career opportunities in engineering
• A look at the many facets of engineering
• An overview of the elements of engineering design and computer programming
• A tour of our state-of-the-art computer facilities
• A chance to meet professional engineers

Two weeks is a short time to introduce you to everything engineering offers. But, we think we can do it and still have time for some fun activities, meeting faculty members, and meeting other students from across the country who are also interested in engineering.

Our "Introduction to Engineering Program" is interactive. It's guided in part by your interests and questions. We'll start with informal classroom lectures given by Notre Dame faculty and men and women currently employed as professional engineers.

2017 Summer Scrapbook now online. Check out what our students did this summer.


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