Notre Dame's New Academic Building
Technologically rich classrooms and an instructional resource space for individual and student group use will provide high-quality learning environments for both nursing and education students.
On September 12, 2012 President James F. Conneely, Ph.D., presided over the groundbreaking for Notre Dame's new academic building for the School of Education and School of Nursing.
- The Center for Caring with Technology with simulation labs for labor and delivery, pediatrics and patient rooms, and observation rooms
- state-of-the-art instructional facilities
- a lobby, gallery and other unique spaces to foster interaction and teamwork
- clinical laboratory space
The School of Education will be able increase its class capacities for school teachers seeking professional development. More than 2,000 students in the two programs will benefit from the newly constructed building.
The building will:
- meet or exceed LEED certification, pursuant to the University’s commitment toward sustainability
- encompass 36,500 square feet upon completion
- be ready for students by the fall of 2013