Welcome to the Notre Dame Stadium Complex. The Notre Dame Stadium Complex is composed of four buildings into one complex. The four buildings are Duncan Student Center, Corbett Family Hall, O’Neill Hall of Music, and Notre Dame Stadium.
Duncan Student Center (DSC) is located on the west side of Notre Dame Stadium. DSC’s first floor holds different restaurants and student lounges. These restaurants are Star Ginger, Modern Market, and Hagerty Cafe. DSC’s second floor houses Residential Life and Graduate Student Life offices. DSC’s third and fourth floor houses the Rec Sports area. The fifth floor houses the Undergraduate and Graduate Career services. DSC also holds a multipurpose ballroom, and two floors of premium seats as well. The ballroom is Dahnke Ballroom, being on the seventh floor, and Rasmus Club and Southwest Nine are on the eighth and ninth floor respectively.
Corbett Family Hall is located on the east side of Notre Dame Stadium. Corbett’s first floor holds the Martin Digital Media Center. Corbett’s second floor holds the Anthropology Department. Corbett’s third, fourth, and fifth floor holds the Psychology Department. Corbett also holds a multipurpose ballroom, and two floors of premium seats as well. The ballroom is Downes Ballroom, being on the seventh floor, and Hank Family Forum and Seven on Nine are on the eighth and ninth floor respectively.
O’Neill Hall of Music is located on the south side of Notre Dame Stadium. O’Neill’s first, second, and third floors hold the Music Department. O’Neill’s fourth floor holds Foley’s. O’Neill fifth floor holds the Sacred Music Department.
The last building is Notre Dame Stadium itself. Home to Notre Dame football and other large events. Constructed in 1929, the stadium has gone through a couple of renovations and additions through its many years. With its most recent renovation coming in 2017, the Campus Crossroads Project finished and all the buildings were finalized.