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Notre Dame tuition to rise by 3.7 percent

| Friday, February 17, 2017

The University announced Thursday that undergraduate tuition and fees will go up by 3.7 percent for the 2017-2018 academic year, from $49,358 to $51,505. The average room-and-board rate went up by about $500 to reach $14,890, bringing the total cost of attendance at Notre Dame to $66,395.

The tuition increase matches that of the previous two years.

“Student charges were set by the Board of Trustees at its Feb. 3 meeting,” the University stated in a press release.

According to the 2016-2017 Bulletin of Information, the basic fee for an on-campus student currently ranges from $32,021.50 to $32,271.50 per semester. For a full-time, off-campus student, the fee is $24,842.50 per semester.

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