Geddes Hall Building Statistics

Geddes Hall

  • Completed in July 2009
  • 64,000 total gross square feet
  • 1st LEED Certified building to open on campus

Our Lady of Mercy Chapel

  • Seats 72 
  • Bamboo floors, movable chairs and kneelers for prayer and liturgies
  • Seven Corporal Works of Mercy depicted with the saints
  • Our Lady of Mercy window is updated with more modern and diverse people 
  • Stations of the Cross, Crucifix, and Tabernacle portray the colorful Hispanic motif representing the Latin American connection of the Center's program
  • No regularly scheduled Mass, but available to all units on campus

Coffee House

  • Seats 64
  • Bamboo floors
  • Full kitchen for student and program meals
  • Wide screen monitor with connection to ND technology for presentations
  • Patio with tables, chairs, and grill
  • Fair trade coffee available

McNeill Library

  • Named after the founding executive director, Fr. Don McNeill (ND '58) and meant to reflect his early desire that hospitality be offered at all times to the students
  • Wide screen monitor with connection to ND technology for presentations

Andrews Auditorium

  • Named for the Kathleen and James Andrews Family
  • Seats 157
  • Three screens, state of the art technology 
  • Controlled by the Registrar Office Monday through Friday, 8–5 p.m.

Thomas Herton And Henri Nouwen Classrooms

  • State of the art technology
  • Seats 70 total (35 in B034; 35 in B036)
  • Non-stationary tables and chairs for various configurations
  • Movable, sound-proof wall opens for larger events
  • Controlled by the Registrar Office Monday through Friday, 8–5 p.m.