Welcome to our guide to the Student Account statement from the University of Notre Dame.
Hover your mouse over the icons to read more about each section of the statement.
Each section holds an explanation as to its purpose on the statement.
Note: The dollar amounts shown are for illustrative purposes only and may not reflect the official rates.
This per-semester fee, charged to undergraduate, graduate, law, and graduate business students, provides partial funding for the University's enterprise-wide technology infrastructure, which provides all students with access to the Internet, e-mail, courseware, campus clusters, ResNet, and a wide array of the latest software. It also provides for the growth in student services, such as course and degree requirements, Web registration, and other value-added Internet-related capabilities.
The per-semester health center access fee provides students with access to all services at the University Health Center and University Counseling Center, including 24-hour medical care and counseling/mental health assistance, alcohol and drug education programs, and health education and wellness programs. This fee provides partial funding to address increasing student health and wellness needs, as well as funding to maintain health facilities.
This per-semester fee is charged to undergraduate students to support student-body sponsored on-campus events and student government activities.
This per-semester fee is charged to undergraduate students for the daily student newspaper.
This fee, charged in the fall to all graduate students, covers the cost of all graduate student activities. Including, but not limited to lectures/seminars, graduate student officer stipends, and office overhead. The fee also partially reimburses expenses that graduate students incur during travel to conferences and meetings to present work conducted in the students' major fields of study.
The MBA program and the Law School also have association and journal fees. Please refer to the respective departments for a description of these fees.
In addition, the fees are listed on our website, studentaccounts.nd.edu.