Dust settles as several units have completed relocations

Author: NDWorks

More than 300,000 square feet of existing space on campus became available thanks to the construction of the Walsh Family Hall of Architecture, Corbett Family Hall, O’Neill Hall, Duncan Student Center and Jenkins-Nanovic halls. As a result, numerous units have relocated with minimal renovation and at a modest cost.

Bond Hall: Formerly the home to School of Architecture, Bond now houses the Institute for Latino Studies, the Graduate School and the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement.

Coleman-Morse: The University Writing Center and faculty of the University Writing Program, as well as Academic Services for Student Athletes, have taken up residence in Coleman-Morse. Next summer, Sara Bea Disability Services is expected to move into the building where there is more space for the programs. Campus Ministry also continues to call Coleman-Morse home. 

Crowley Hall: Once the quarters for the Department of Music, Crowley now houses the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics.

Flanner Hall: Formerly home to social science departments and the Career Center, Flanner now embraces research centers and institutes outside of colleges, including the Office of Digital Learning, the Environmental Change Initiative and the Master of Science in Global Health program. (The Eck Institute for Global Health resides in Jenkins-Nanovic.) Flanner also continues to be the home of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, Notre Dame Press and emeritus faculty from the College of Arts and Letters.

Haggar Hall: The Office of Sustainability announced its move to a suite in Haggar Hall in September. The former home of the Department of Psychology also now serves as classroom and swing space for units temporarily displaced by renovations or new construction.

Originally published by NDWorks at ndworks.nd.edu on October 04, 2019.