Two gifts totaling $35 million from University of Notre Dame alumnus Richard Corbett will underwrite the construction of a 280,000-square-foot building on the east side of Notre Dame Stadium and endow the head football coaching position at the University.
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University of Notre Dame alumnus Raymond T. Duncan, his wife, Sally, and their family have made a gift to his alma mater for construction of the new west building of the Campus Crossroads Project. In recognition of the gift, the University will name the building the Duncan Student Center.
Among the most noticeable features of the Campus Crossroads Project’s design to enhance and harmonize the University of Notre Dame’s academic, athletic and student life programs will be the South Building, a six-level structure connected to the south side of Notre Dame Stadium, on which work will begin in November 2015.
The Campus Crossroads project’s West Building will be an expression of the University of Notre Dame’s commitment to the development of the whole student, and a daily destination for student life and campus activities.
The new student center features ample space to enhance programming opportunities for the more than 400 student clubs and organizations at Notre Dame. The building features a new 10,000-square-foot ballroom with gorgeous campus views that can be divided to host multiple student events at once.
Campus Crossroad Project