Tuition & financial aid
Academic Year 2013 - 2014
|Tuition & Fees
|Books & Supplies
|Room & Board
For planning purposes, students should assume an annual tuition adjustment at the beginning of each academic year.
When is my payment due?
Payment of fall semester charges is due on or before August 11, and payment of spring semester charges is due on or before January 3. All accounts must be settled prior to the due date, or enrollment may be denied. Monthly personal charges (e.g., bookstore, health center, etc.) are due upon receipt of the monthly statement. An application deposit of $200.00 is due at the time of admission confirmation. The deposit is applied toward tuition and is non-refundable.
Where do I send payment for a Student Account?
Payments may be made online at the Notre Dame Office of Student Accounts.
M.S. in Accountancy Scholarships
The M.S. in Accountancy Program at the University of Notre Dame is one of the nation’s premier master’s programs. We are blessed with applicants who have been successful in their undergraduate studies, have demonstrated leadership in extracurricular activities, and who possess outstanding personal characteristics. We cherish the individual contributions made by each student to the overall experience of our entire class, whether inside or outside the classroom. Part of that enrichment is the diversity in background and experiences that each student brings to Notre Dame. Therefore, the M.S. in Accountancy Scholarship Program considers both the strength of the application and each applicant’s ability to further the diversity initiatives of the program and the accountancy profession.
The scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, work and internship experience, honors, performance on standardized tests, leadership potential, letters of recommendation, and each applicant’s personal statement. The personal statement should include as many of the following components as apply:
- Significant life experiences and/or challenges overcome
- Ethnicity/cultural heritage
- Educational attainment of parents and grandparents (i.e., whether you are a first-generation college student)
- Unique background or special talents
- Community service
- Goals and achievements
- How past leadership experiences have prepared you for active involvement in the University of Notre Dame M.S. in Accountancy Program.
Once the M.S. in Accountancy Program receives the completed application, decisions regarding admission and scholarship will be made on a rolling basis. The average scholarship granted in recent years was $16,000 - $17,000 with several exceeding $30,000.
Other Scholarship Possibilities
AICPA John L. Carey Scholarships Program
AICPA Minority Scholarships
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Scholarships
The American Woman’s Society of CPAs Scholarships
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Yellow Ribbon Program
The University of Notre Dame is pleased to be participating in the new GI Bill known as the Yellow Ribbon Program. The legislation enacted by Congress authorized significant benefits to eligible US military veterans with honorable discharges who served on active duty after September 11, 2001, for at least 36 months.
The M.S. in Accountancy Program will cover $4,000 of tuition and mandatory fees required to be paid by all students for attendance. This amount will be credited towards the qualifying student’s tuition account and distributed equally between the two semesters of the program. If the eligible veteran does receive Yellow Ribbon scholarship assistance, the Veterans Administration will match the University’s award dollar for dollar up to a combination of benefits and scholarships not to exceed the total of tuition and mandatory fees.
Questions regarding the eligibility of a veteran for Yellow Ribbon benefits should be directed to VA regional office in Indianapolis (317-916-3684) or to the veterans VA regional office in his/her home state of residence. General questions regarding the University of Notre Dame’s participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program may be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services at the University (574-631-6445).
After an MSA applicant has been accepted into the program and received notification regarding a scholarship award, he or she can then contact the Office of Financial Aid office at the University of Notre Dame (mailto:email@example.com or http://financialaid.nd.edu/) for further loan information. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the official application for federal student aid at the University of Notre Dame. The Office of Financial Aid is also responsible for loan and student employment opportunities on campus.