More than a dozen units at the University already have moved or soon will be relocated across campus. The moves come in the aftermath of several units across campus moving into new quarters over the past year.
Formerly the home to the School of Architecture, Bond Hall, together with the nearby Coleman-Morse Center, will form a student-learning district on campus. By the end of the summer the Graduate School, and Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement will be located in Bond, along with a cluster of initiatives reporting through the associate provost and chief academic digital officer and a forthcoming learning initiative for first-year students in science and engineering. The Institute for Latino Studies has also taken up residence in Bond.
In conjunction with the relocation of advisers in the First Year of Studies to offices in the colleges and schools as well as to offices in Bond Hall, Coleman-Morse will be able to accommodate a move to expanded space for Sara Bea Disabilities Services. Academic Services for Student-Athletes, faculty of the University Writing Program co-located with the University Writing Center and Campus Ministry will remain in Coleman-Morse.
Once used by the Department of Music, Crowley now houses the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics as well as faculty from the Department of Mathematics.
Formerly home to social science departments and the career center, Flanner now is home to research centers and institutes outside of colleges, including the Office of Digital Learning, Eck Global Health Program, Environmental Change Initiative and Center for Science, Theology and Human Flourishing. Flanner will continue to be the home of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Studies, Notre Dame Press and emeritus faculty from the College of Arts and Letters. Administrative offices for the Grotto Network will relocate there. Anthony Travel moved to the basement in October.
The Department of Psychology was located in Haggar, which now supports classroom and swing space for units temporarily displaced by renovations or new construction.
University leadership considered where offices and departments that engage in related services, research and other work could be better positioned and co-located on campus. As a result, numerous units were able to or will relocate with minimal renovation and at a