LEED Certified Buildings

Guided by the Seven Tenets of Planning adopted in the Campus Plan, the University of Notre Dame designs its buildings with long-lasting energy and resource needs in mind. Before starting any new construction project, efficient space utilization is considered. Incorporation of sustainability into our permanent design standards has allowed us to meet the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED certification standards on every new construction project since 2008. 

The map below displays buildings on campus that have received LEED certifications due to their sustainable designs.


  1. Carole Sandner Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  2. Compton Family Ice Arena 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  3. Dunne Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  4. Flaherty Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  5. Geddes Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  6. Harris Family Track and Field 

    LEED Certification: Silver
  7. Jenkins and Nanovic Halls 

    LEED Certification: Silver
  8. Leighton Hall at Innovation Park 

    LEED Certification: Silver
  9. McCourtney Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  10. Morris Inn 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  11. Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  12. Ryan Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold
  13. Stayer Center 

    LEED Certification: Silver
  14. Stinson-Remick Hall 

    LEED Certification: Gold