Physics of Atomic Nuclei (PAN) Student Application
Admission to PAN is competitive. Fill out this application as completely as possible and make your best case as a candidate!

Applications must be complete by midnight EST on March 31, 2017 to be considered. Applications are complete when you have submitted both the pre-application and this form, and we have received two teacher recommendations.

NOTE: while room and board are paid for by the program, transportation is NOT included.

Pro Tip: Type longer responses in a text editor and then copy into this form to avoid losing work.

If you experience any problems with this application, please contact jinaout@nd.edu

First Name
Your answer
Last Name
Your answer
Email address
Please use the same email address provided on your pre-application
Your answer
Have you applied to PAN previously?
High School graduation year
Must have completed one year of high school - NO exceptions
How many grading periods have you been in high school?
Grading periods can be semesters, trimesters, etc.
How many grading periods in high school have you been enrolled in a mathematics course?
This number cannot be larger than the number of grading periods you've been in high school.
How many grading periods in high school have you been enrolled in a science course?
This number cannot be larger than the number of grading periods you've been in high school.
I am willing to work in a group of my peers.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Formal activities that make you a good candidate for this program
Describe amount of involvement with each! Example formal activities: camps, clubs, science teams, etc.
Your answer
INformal activities that make you a good candidate for this program
Describe amount of involvement with each! Example informal activities: hobbies, books, things you do on your own.
Your answer
Statement of Interest
Tell us why you would like to attend PAN. If typed in a text editor (recommended), your response should be about a page long, double spaced. Do NOT list your accomplishments here - those should go in the two questions above.
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