University of Notre Dame Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (14)
Notre Dame is a great law school. Amiable classroom setting with a less cutthroat academic setting than other law schools. The faculty is great and the campus is beautiful.
My experience at Notre Dame was very important in shaping my future. I was able to meet amazing people and interact with top-notch professors. I was also given outlets to engage in service, which has shaped my career.
Notre Dame is a wonderful community, filled with passionate students that love working and learning in various disciplines. Especially in the College of Arts and Letters, faculty are passionate about you and helping you succeed in college and beyond. The student body is very motivated and kind, I have made many life long friends here that at the start of my time at Notre Dame I would never have thought I would meet. Overall, Notre Dame is a wonderful place for both academics and a social life.
I love Notre Dame. The beauty of the campus, the family atmosphere, the school spirit, the rigorous academics, together they form an incomparable and unforgettable experience. The religious nature of the University, and some of it's attendant rules, are not for everyone, nor its emphasis on community and service, but for those who go here, it is transformative.
I have never regretted choosing Notre Dame, though I'm not convinced I would make the same decision over again. The faculty is fantastic and I got a top-notch education, but the older I get the more I realize how limiting "the Notre Dame experience" was. At a time in my life when I was starving to learn more about the world, I closed myself into a small campus full of people rather like myself. Study abroad was a crucial experience for me, partially for this reason, and I can't recommend it highly enough. Go to ND for a really excellent academic experience, but challenge yourself to gain exposure to new people and things, too. And study abroad. Definitely study abroad.
Couldn't have made a better decision on where to attend college. Academically challenging, great student life, lifetime friends, lots of ways to get engaged on campus.
Notre Dame is a school built on tradition. It's a school with many rich kids who come from well-off backgrounds. The Catholic presence is obvious, but it's culturally seen as a personal choice on an individual level. Because it commands a good amount of respect, there are pretty cool opportunities to work with important professors, attend prestigious events, and, as an alumni, network with powerful people.
Great school! I made life-long friends and great memories. I had upon graduating (and still have) plenty of fantastic opportunities based on my degree.
Honestly a life-transforming experience. Notre Dame took a quiet, socially-timid kid who was average at school and turned him into a socially-adventurous scholar who's getting his master's degree. Then onto med school. Truly became a second home.
There will never be a university that can compete with ND in my eyes. I also have a doctorate from another school, but my heart belongs to the Fighting Irish. The sense of community and family there is great, the academics are excellent, the campus is beautiful... I visit once a year, and it always feels like going home.