1. Corby Hall Replacement 

    After more than 120 years of continuous use, Corby Hall is being reconstructed to better suit the needs of the Congregation of Holy Cross. A new Corby Hall is being constructed on the original site.
  2. Dillon Hall Renovation 

    Dillon Hall began a major renovation in January 2019.
  3. Hydroelectric Plant 

    The University of Notre Dame and South Bend’s Venues Parks & Arts broke ground Monday (Aug. 19) on a 2.5-megawatt hydroelectric generation facility on the dam in the St. Joseph River in downtown South Bend.
  4. Johnson Family Hall 

    Construction has commenced on a four-story women’s residence hall located in the East Quadrangle. The 77,000-square-foot facility will house 225 undergraduate women and is expected to be ready for occupancy in August 2020.
  5. McKenna Hall Replacement 

    Projected to open in the fall of 2021, the new McKenna Hall will serve as a hub for teaching, learning and fellowship for the campus community and visitors at the current location.
  6. ND-LEEF Phase II 

    Following the success of Phase I, the University of Notre Dame is now expanding ND-LEEF to accommodate further research related to environmental change. Phase II includes the addition of two more identical watersheds.
  7. Remick Family Hall 

    The new Remick Family Hall will provide additional space for Notre Dame's Institute for Educational Initiatives and for the Alliance for Catholic Education.