Higher Education Opportunity Act Notifications

The following information is provided as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008, as amended, its implementing regulations, and other federal laws and guidelines.  For additional information or to request paper copies of any of the information presented here, please contact Chuck Hurley, University Registrar, at 574-631-7043 or registrar.1@nd.edu.

Note: Please check this website periodically as information will be updated regularly.

I. General Institutional Information

A. Mission Statement
B. Accreditation and State Authorization Information
C. Special Facilities/Services for Students with Disabilities
D. Student Diversity

II. Academic Information

A. Academic Programs
B. Facilities
C. Faculty
D. Strategic Plan
E. Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress
F. Transfer Policies
G. Retention Rates and Graduation Rates
H. Post-Graduation Activity

III. General Financial Information

A. Cost of Attendance
B. Refund and Withdrawal Information
C. Textbooks and Course Materials

IV. Financial Aid Information

A. Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Information
B. Graduate Student Financial Aid Information
C. Study Abroad and Financial Aid

V. Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data

VI. Institutional Policies

A. Privacy of Student Records - FERPA
B. Vaccination Policy
C. Policies and Sanctions Related to Copyright Infringement 

VII. Campus Safety

A. Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report
B. Alcohol and Illegal Drug Policies


I. General Institutional Information

A. Mission Statement

B. Accreditation and State Authorization Information

  • If you would like a copy of accreditation or licensure documents, please contact the Provost Office. For additional information regarding specific program accreditation, please contact the Dean's Office of the respective college or school.

C. Special Facilities/Services for Students with Disabilities

D. Student Diversity

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II. Academic Information

A. Academic Programs

B. Facilities

C. Faculty

D. Strategic Plan

E. Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress

F. Transfer Policies

G. Retention Rates and Graduation Rates

H. Post-Graduation Activity

  • Information regarding post-graduation activity—including placement, types of employment, average starting salary by major, and the types of graduate and professional education pursued by graduates—can be found on the Career Center website.

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III. General Financial Information

A. Cost of Attendance

B. Refund and Withdrawal Information

C. Textbooks and Course Materials (Go to "Books," then "Textbooks & Course Materials")

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IV. Financial Aid Information

A. Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Information

B. Graduate Student Financial Aid Information

C. Study Abroad and Financial Aid

  • A student's enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the University may be considered enrollment at the home institution for the purpose of applying for assistance under the Title IV, HEA programs.

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V. Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data

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VI. Institutional Policies

A. Privacy of Student Records - FERPA

B. Vaccination Policy

C. Policies and Sanctions Related to Copyright Infringement

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VII. Campus Safety

A. Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report

B. Alcohol and Illegal Drug Policies

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