Can someone give me specific info/overview about the IB/High-Finance pipeline at Notre Dame

Currently a high school senior considering attending as I got a full ride on merit and I'm in a weird situation financial-aid-wise where I might not be able to attend ivies and most other top schools which don't have merit aid. My state school is a not-so-good midwestern school. 

I've been really interested in Notre Dame because it seems chill and fun but I'm not really sure about the career prospects beyond people just saying on here, "its a semitarget" or "its a target". I'm wondering if anyone has some more in-depth info.

I've seen similar posts about schools like UMich/UCLA/Berkeley/NYU and was wondering if any Notre Dame students would be willing to give an overview of how the finance pipeline at Notre Dame works.

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