$400M Notre Dame Stadium Upgrade to Include Academic Space

January 30, 2014

The University of Notre Dame will spend $400 million to upgrade its football stadium with the addition of three new buildings to house student services and academic departments, officials announced Wednesday. They're calling it the Campus Crossroads Project, and the largest building project in Notre Dame’s history could take up to five years to complete. Integrating academics, student life and athletics, the new buildings will be home to the anthropology, psychology and music departments; student organizations and a recreation and career center; and 3,000 to 4,000 “premium seats” for game days. “Since its founding, one of Notre Dame’s greatest assets has been the boldness of its vision – the ability to see possibilities and connections where others saw only obstacles and fragmentation,” Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins said. “This project continues that boldness.”

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