University of Notre Dame Merit Scholarships

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University of Notre Dame Merit Scholarships

Published December 16, 2020 | Last Updated September 10th, 2023 at 11:03 am

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Finding individual college merit scholarship information can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the statistics you need to know about University of Notre Dame’s merit scholarships, at a quick glance.

Before diving in, make sure to review The Ultimate Guide to Merit Scholarships.

University of Notre Dame’s Merit Scholarships Statistics

  • Percentage of students with no financial need: 49%
  • Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: 4%
  • Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: $21,265

Latino Studies Scholars Program

Requirements:

  • Admission to Notre Dame
  • Demonstrated leadership role in U.S. Latino community through their family, church, school, or nonprofit organization

Award Amount: An annual award of $25,000 toward the cost of tuition for up to four years of undergraduate study, for a total of $100,000. This award is independent of any financial aid that a scholar may qualify for and receive.

Western Golf Association Evans Foundation Scholarship

Requirements:

  • Outstanding academic achievement
  • Commitment to service
  • Open to students from any college or major
  • Nominated by sponsoring Western Golf Association Clubs

Award Amount: An annual award for full-tuition, mandatory fees, and housing for up to eight semesters of enrollment.

Mulva Scholars Program

Requirements:

  • Outstanding academic achievement
  • Commitment to service
  • Exemplary moral character
  • Demonstrated financial need

Award Amount: An annual award of $35,000 toward the cost of tuition for up to four years of undergraduate study, for a total of $140,000.

Robert Lumpkins Merit Scholarship for the College of Science

Requirements:

  • Outstanding academic achievement
  • Commitment to service
  • Majoring in the College of Science

Award Amount: An annual award of $25,000 toward the cost of tuition for up to four years of undergraduate study, for a total of $100,000.

Stinson Scholars Program at Notre Dame

Requirements:

  • Outstanding academic achievement
  • Commitment to service
  • Majoring in the College of Engineering

Award Amount: An annual award of $25,000 toward the cost of tuition for up to four years of undergraduate study, for a total of $100,000.

To learn more about University of Notre Dame’s Merit Scholarship opportunities, visit here

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Merit scholarship information for other schools:

 Duke USC Carnegie Mellon Rutgers Vanderbilt NYU Georgia Tech Northeastern Northwestern University of Michigan Tulane Ohio State University Boston University University of Alabama Case Western Reserve Boston College  Purdue University Penn State  Rice University University of Virginia UAH

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