Campus Buildings and Facilities

Fourier Hall

fourier hall

Originally home to Notre Dame’s Library, Fourier Hall is the center of the University’s programs for adult learners, as well as home to the Art Department and the Renaissance Institute, an active group of men and women who are over the age of 50 and interested in pursuing lifelong learning and intellectual growth.

Meletia Hall

meletia hall

Lower level: Feeley International Center is home to the Office of International Programs and the English Language Institute (ELI), an intensive co-educational English program for non-native speakers who plan to study in American colleges and universities or who are studying for career enrichment.

First, second, and third floors: Renovated student housing on these, with a shared balcony and common areas for studying and socializing.

Gibbons Hall

gibbons hall

With its distinctive Merrick Tower, Gibbons Hall is one of the highest points in the city and is symbolic of the University’s position in the Baltimore community.

First floor: President’s Office, Provost's Office, AVP for Academic Affairs, VP and AVP for Enrollment Management, Title III Office, Dean of Arts, Science and Business, and Registrar’s offices.

Second and third floors: Classrooms, the Murphy Gathering Space and Social Sciences and Education Departments. Technology in the classrooms on these floors was recently upgraded. The Mary Teresa Curran Murphy Class of 1899 Gathering Space was created through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murphy. Mr. Murphy was the son of one of Notre Dame’s first six graduates from the class of 1899. This beautiful space provides a special place to hold wedding receptions and take photographs.

Fourth floor: History, Religious Studies, Digital Media Arts and Communication Arts Departments, and the television and radio stations.

Fifth floor: English and Philosophy Departments and Writing Center.

Theresa Hall

theresa hall

First floor: Business offices, Career Center, Career Suit Lending Closet, and Office of Mission.

Second and third floors: Marikle Chapel of the Annunciation, Human Resources and VP for Finance and Administration offices.

Marion Burk Knott Sports and Activities Complex

marion burk knott sports and activities complex

Notre Dame is an NCAA Division III institution and sponsors nine intercollegiate sports including basketball, cross country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball.

Lower level: Gym and Dance Studio.

First floor: Athletics Department and Student Life office. The newly renovated Civera Fitness Center offers cardio and weight-training equipment; next door are the racquetball courts.

LeClerc Hall

leclerc hall

LeClerc Hall is home to LeClerc Auditorium, and the pool. 

Lower level: A Child's Place (ACP) is a Lab-School serving children ages 2.5 through Kindergarten.

First and second floors: LeClerc Auditorium; this area hosts lectures, concerts and special events such as Honors Convocation and musical and theatrical performances.

Doyle Hall

doyle hall

Lower level: Gator Alley, the Commuter Lounge and Study Room. Made-to-order food items and coffee are available at Gator Alley, and the lounge is a popular gathering space housing computer stations, flat-screen televisions, and entertainment media.

First floor: Doyle Formal Lounge and Doyle Dining Hall.

Second, third and fourth floors: Residence hall for Women’s College seniors and women and men in the English Language Institute and graduate programs.

Knott Science Center

knott science center

Knott Science Center houses the Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Psychology and Biology, along with the Bryan Planetarium, state-of-the-art laboratories and learning environments.

G. Avery Bunting Hall

g. avery bunting hall

The building is home to the first pharmacy school at a women’s college. The School of Pharmacy is also the only such school affiliated with a private university in the state.

Technology-rich classrooms, laboratories, and office space support the work of students, faculty and staff. The construction of this facility is not only technologically advanced but also designed to meet LEED Silver specifications as part of our environmental stewardship efforts.

University Academic Building

university academic building

The latest addition to Notre Dame’s campus is a $15 million, 36,500-square-foot facility supporting the School of Nursing, the School of Education, and the entire University. The building includes the Center for Caring with Technology; with simulation labs for labor and delivery, pediatrics and patient rooms; state-of-the-art instructional facilities; meeting and gathering spaces; and a gallery.

Loyola/Notre Dame Library

loyola/notre dame library

This is the first library in the country to be owned jointly by two private educational institutions. The Library offers wireless technology and rooms for independent and group study. An auditorium for larger groups and maker space rounds out the Library’s offerings. The third floor is home to our archives.

Otenasek House of the Morrissy Honors Program

otenasek house

Nestled next to Cana House on the south side of campus, the new house provides welcoming study areas, a seminar room for classes and individual and group activities and a comfortable lounge where students can interact with other Morrissy Honors students and faculty.

Noyes Alumnae House

noyes alumnae house

This Federal-style building is home to the Institutional Advancement and Alumnae and Alumni Relations offices.