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March 26, 2015

An Update on the Campus Crossroads Project

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Just 48 hours after the lights went out on Saturday, November 22nd, following Notre Dame’s final home game of the 2014 season against Louisville, Notre Dame Stadium looked much different. Construction fences were put in place, equipment was brought in, and crews quickly went to work on the largest building initiative in Notre Dame’s 172-year history.

The $400 million project includes construction of more than 750,000 square feet of classroom, research, student facility, digital media, performance, meeting, event, and hospitality space.The facilities will be housed in three buildings attached to the west, east, and south sides of the University’s iconic football stadium.

Now, four months into construction, the 33-month project is on schedule to be completed prior to the opening of the 2017 Football season. The University was happy to recently announce Commencement will be held in the Stadium this year. Due to the progress of the Campus Crossroads Project, Notre Dame will be able to temporarily halt construction to prepare for and celebrate the Class of 2015’s Commencement ceremony, utilizing a small portion of the Stadium.

Stay tuned to gameday.nd.edu and the Game Day Twitter account for updates about the Campus Crossroads Project. To learn more about the vision and the various facilities, visit the crossroads.nd.edu .

As crews work around the clock to keep the project on time, members of our
Athletic Department staff track the rapid progress on their social media accounts.

Another Top 15 Class for the Irish

February 05, 2015

The University of Notre Dame football roster will increase by 24 student-athletes for the 2015 season.

Twenty of those individuals signed national letters of intent yesterday—while four others enrolled at the University last month, began taking classes and will take part in Irish spring football drills.

The 24 new additions represent 13 states —four from Indiana, three from Illinois, Ohio, two from California, Florida, Nevada and Louisiana, plus one each from Texas, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Maryland, New Jersey and Tennessee.

As listed by group, Notre Dame adds 10 skill players, seven power players, six big skill players and one specialist. As listed by position, Notre Dame adds five defensive backs, five defensive linemen, four wide receivers, three linebackers, two running backs, two offensive linemen, one quarterback, one tight end and one kicker.

Let’s take a look at the Shamrock Soldiers individually:

On the Eve of Signing Day

February 02, 2015

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Tomorrow marks what is arguably the most important day of the year for college football programs, as each high school senior being recruited will sign his National Letter of Intent. The Irish will look to fill their 2015 signing class by securing commitments from 25 high school seniors.

As the fax machine rings and letters roll in, @NDFootball will announce the latest commitments by prospective student-athletes — our newest Fighting Irish. The primary hashtag to follow to keep up with the conversation on Twitter is #ShamrockSoldiers15 .

UND.com and WatchND will bring you exclusive National Signing Day content throughout the afternoon hosted by Jack Nolan, Jac Collinsworth, and Mike Monaco. Coverage begins at noon EST and will include Coach Kelly’s press conference, a breakdown of all of the signees by position with Coach Kelly, and exclusive interviews with Assistant Coaches. Click here for more information about tomorrow’s broadcast.

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