Seaman-Hill Hockey Skills Centre: $1 million
Revitalization of McCusker Hall to Presidents Hall: $1.2 million
Infrastructure Upgrades: $1.3 million
The first phase of our Centennial Campaign has been successful with the addition of the Off-Ice Training facility in 2017, revitalization of McCusker to Presidents Hall in 2021, and a number of campus infrastructure upgrades completed from 2019 to 2021. These upgrades included necessities such as hockey dressing rooms, sewer lines, boilers, heating and cooling systems, washrooms, shingles, kitchen equipment, pathways, and much more.
Revitalization and Expansion of Carr Hall: $5.4 million
Renovation of Kenney Hall Classrooms (Part 1): $300,000
Drainage Project (Dugout Expansion) and Demolition: $350,000
The second phase of the Centennial Campaign includes new and renovated academic facilities in 2022 to rejuvenate aging buildings and breathe new life into the campus.
A revitalization and expansion of Carr Hall will provide new science labs and learning spaces for the visual and language arts. Kenney Hall’s upstairs classrooms will also be renovated to serve various academic programming needs. With these new and rejuvenated campus spaces, Notre Dame is creating an outstanding learning environment that enables creativity and research.
Various site work will also be part of this phase including the initial stage of a drainage project to expand the dugoutas well as demolition of Maynard House, the Art buildings, and the White House which have reached the end of their usable lives.
New Centre of Excellence: $6.3 million
Renovation of Kenny Hall Classrooms (Part 2): $250,000
Drainage Project cont’d (Storm Sewers and Parking Lots): $1 million
The third phase of the Centennial Campaign includes new construction of a 14,000 square-foot Centre of Excellence. This new facility will provide assembly space for student gatherings, living arts study and performance, academic and co-curricular work, guest speaker and award presentations, graduation commencement, and more!
The Centre of Excellence will breathe the rich Notre Dame traditions of living arts, drama and music. It will inspire excellence, challenging students to grow in mind, body, and spirit every day. The Centre of Excellence will provide space to stimulate learning for all students.
This phase will also include the renovation of Kenney Hall science classrooms into learning spaces that will serve various academic programming needs. Additional site work to install sewers to complete the drainage project, reconstructed parking lots and pathways will improve campus aesthetics.
Enhanced Physical Activity Spaces: $2 million
Healthcare Facility: $500,000
Phase four of the Centennial Campaign ensures that Notre Dame’s athletics programs continue to meet standards, assist our student-athletes in developing the skills crucial for advancing in their sport, and that all students reap the benefits of participation in co-curricular activities.
This final phase will focus on enhancing current athletic fields and infrastructure to reflect the long-standing athletic legacy of Notre Dame. These upgrades include the building of a softball diamond as well as improvements to the baseball field, backstops and player dugouts. Additionally, a new facility for field sports dressing rooms will also serve as a destination for our Facilities and Maintenance team.
Healthcare services will also be relocated in this phase from its temporary location in Mother Teresa Hall North.
*Additional estimated campaign expenses of $1.4 million are required for architectural design, consulting, fundraising activities, and donor recognition. An estimated $1 million additional is required for contingency.