10. University of Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame was founded back in 1842 by Father Edward Sorin. Starting out as an all-male institution, the University started enrolling women undergraduates over a century after its inception, in 1972.
The University offers several schools students can choose from and numerous studies for each of them, such as the School of Architecture, or the College of Arts and Letters, where they can study the classics, economy, psychology, philosophy, history, music, and more. There are also schools focusing on business, engineering, global affairs, science, and law.
The University of Notre Dame has an endowment of over $8.3 billion and over 12,000 students.