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W066 Duncan Student Center
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556

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Event Types Welcomed

Adult Social Event | Corporate Social Events | Expo/Competitions | Family Reunion | Leisure travel | Professional Meeting/Training/Conference/Retreat | Wedding Ceremony/Reception
Maximum
Meeting:5000
Meeting
Rooms:50
Maximum
Overnight:1500
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  • Morris InnMorris Inn
  • Morris Inn lobbyMorris Inn lobby
  • Morris Inn traditional king room Morris Inn traditional king room
  • Group experiences on the field at Notre Dame StadiumGroup experiences on the field at Notre Dame Stadium
  • Morris Inn traditional queen roomMorris Inn traditional queen room
  • Morris Inn fine dining restaurant, Sorin'sMorris Inn fine dining restaurant, Sorin's
  • Morris Inn casual dining restaurant, Rohr'sMorris Inn casual dining restaurant, Rohr's
  • Wind Family Fireside Terrace at Morris InnWind Family Fireside Terrace at Morris Inn
  • William and Mary Ann Smith Ballroom William and Mary Ann Smith Ballroom
  • McKenna Hall - Notre Dame Conference CenterMcKenna Hall - Notre Dame Conference Center
  • University of Notre Dame Golden DomeUniversity of Notre Dame Golden Dome
  • DeBartolo Performing Arts CenterDeBartolo Performing Arts Center
  • Edmund P. Joyce CenterEdmund P. Joyce Center
  • Notre Dame StadiumNotre Dame Stadium
  • North Dining HallNorth Dining Hall
  • South Dining HallSouth Dining Hall
  • South Dining HallSouth Dining Hall
  • Ryan Hall exteriorRyan Hall exterior
  • Ryan Hall loungeRyan Hall lounge
  • Duncan Hall exteriorDuncan Hall exterior
  • Duncan Hall chapelDuncan Hall chapel
  • Golden Dome and Basilica of the Sacred HeartGolden Dome and Basilica of the Sacred Heart
  • Notre Dame GrottoNotre Dame Grotto
  • Basilica of the Sacred Heart interiorBasilica of the Sacred Heart interior
  • Warren Golf CourseWarren Golf Course

About

About University of Notre Dame

Located 90 minutes outside of Chicago, the beautiful campus of the University of Notre Dame attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually to see some of the most recognized campus landmarks like the Golden Dome, Touchdown Jesus, the Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

The University of Notre Dame in Indiana has several event spaces to accommodate groups of all sizes from private meeting rooms to 300-person auditoriums and a 500-person ballroom. Book a memorable experience at one of the new venues overlooking Notre Dame Stadium within Duncan Student Center, O'Neill Hall or Corbett Family Hall. These new venues feature two distinct ballrooms - the 500-person Dahnke Ballroom and the 300 person Downes Club, as well as several smaller suites perfect for board meetings. Also on the campus of the University of Notre Dame is South Dining Hall, featuring its Gothic-style architecture, and Eck Visitors Center, with its open atrium.

The University of Notre Dame also has a hotel on campus. The Morris Inn reopened to the public in 2013 after a $30 million renovation and expansion, including the creation of a 300-seat ballroom and pre-function space which is just steps from the Golden Dome. Morris Inn has 132 guestrooms and 18 perfectly-appointed suites. An underground concourse connects Morris Inn to the Notre Dame Conference Center designed with open and spacious areas to facilitate conversation and discussion, as well as accommodate social gatherings and events. Its 20,000 square feet of space contain 12 seminar rooms, all appointed according to guidelines of the International Association of Conference Centers, of which it is a member. The Notre Dame Conference Center in Indiana features a 375-seat auditorium equipped for simultaneous translation of up to 14 different foreign languages. All meeting rooms are equipped with best in class technology. Its large dining room accommodates meals and receptions, all catered by the Morris Inn Banquet Department.

Up to ten residence halls at the University of Notre Dame dorms can accommodate larger groups, each in air conditioned rooms. Check out the video above to learn even more about this incredible Indiana event space. 
LOCATION + TRANSPORTATION

South Bend, IN Indianapolis, IN Fort Wayne, IN Chicago, IL Grand Rapids, MI Kalamazoo, MI

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South Bend Regional (SBN) - 15 minutes


Taxi | Bus | Train | Lyft | Uber


Onsite: Yes Free

CATERING
There are four preferred caterers in the spaces within Duncan Student Center, O'Neill Hall and Corbett Family Hall: University Catering, Levy, Navarre Hospitality and LaSalle. The Morris Inn and Notre Dame Conference Center are catered by the Morris Inn banquet facility.


In-House CateringYES
Cultural CateringYES
Venue Hosted Alcohol PermittedYES

Self-Service Alcohol PermittedNO


AMENITIES + UNIQUE EXPERIENCES
Biking
Running
ADA Accessible
A/V Tech Staff
Fitness Center
Overnight Accommodations
Parking On-Site
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
Wi-Fi
Team Building
MEETING + EVENT SPACE CAPACITIES

5000 Attendees


50 Spaces

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Theatre Style 5000 | Classroom Style 300 | Outdoor/Rooftop Spaces 75

TECHNOLOGY
Many meeting spaces have a built-in screen and projector for seamless conferences. The entire campus of Notre Dame is on one free wi-fi network for cost savings and added convenience.

Yes


Projector ScreenLCD Projectors

RENTAL POLICIES
Alcohol ConsumptionYES
Cannabis Industry-FriendlyNO

OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS

1500 Overnight Guests


Kings, Double Queens, King Suites, Residence Halls

Yes
Free YES


Mostly showers and some tubs, wheelchair accessible rooms

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Accommodations

Accommodations

1500
Total Number of
Overnight Guests


Accommodation Types
| Hotel | 132 guestrooms and 18 suites rooms | image
Morris Inn traditional guestroom

Following a $30 million renovation, Morris Inn reopened in late August 2013 and now offers 150 guest rooms, including 18 spacious suites. With three distinct dining options — Sorin’s, Rohr’s, and the Wind Family Fireside Terrace, guests will find the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy a business lunch, family gathering, special occasion or a casual meal. In addition to the newly renovated living space, Morris Inn now has a spacious ballroom and ample meeting space with modern amenities to host business meetings and social events. Morris Inn is a AAA 4 Diamond Hotel, placing the hotel in the top 5% of hotels in the United States. Morris Inn sits at the heart of Notre Dame’s storied campus and continues to be “the living room of the University.”
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| Residence Halls | 106 rooms | 232 beds | floorplan
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In 2008, for the first time in over ten years, the University of Notre Dame opened a new residence hall on campus. Duncan Hall was made possible by a generous gift of Mr. Raymond T. Duncan, a 1952 graduate of Notre Dame, president of Duncan Oil Inc. in Denver, Colorado, and owner of Silver Oak Cellars in Oakville, California.  Duncan Hall has a variety of room configurations. Most rooms are doubles, but there are also a “six-man” (with private bathroom); a “five-man”; five “super quads” (with private bathrooms); eight quads; and numerous triples and singles.
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 125 rooms | 285 beds | floorplan
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Marilyn M. Keough Hall was dedicated on September 27, 1996, and is one of the newest dorms on campus along with its neighbors McGlinn Hall, O'Neill Hall, and Welsh Family Hall. It is the gift of Donald Keough, who served as chairman of Notre Dame's Board of Trustees from 1986-1992, and of his wife, Marilyn. Keough Hall has singles (15% of rooms) and doubles (70%) or three-room quads (15%).
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| Residence Halls | 108 rooms | 258 beds | floorplan
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Constructed in 1988 as a women's residence hall, it was the first residence hall named for a woman, Marion Burk Knott. Knott Hall was converted in 1997 to a male residence hall. Most of the rooms in Knott are doubles (70%). About 15% of the rooms are singles. There are also 6 three-room quads on each floor. Study lounges can be converted into residential space.
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 128 rooms | 280 beds | floorplan
O'Neill Hall interior
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O'Neill Hall

O'Neill Hall was the first men's residence hall built on West Quad and first residence hall constructed for male residents since Flanner and Grace Halls were built in 1969. It was dedicated in honor of Joseph O'Neill, Jr. '37 and funded by the O'Neill family.
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 114 rooms | 258 beds | floorplan
Siegfried Hall interior
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Siegfried Hall

Siegfried Hall was constructed in 1988 through the financial commitments of Robert ('37) and Ray ('65) Siegfried. It was converted to a male residence hall in 1997 after the transformation of Flanner and Grace Halls into office space. Most of the rooms in Siegfried (60%) are doubles. About 20% of the rooms are singles. There are also 6 three-room quads on each floor. Study lounges can be converted into large, one-room triples.
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| Residence Halls | 126 rooms | 286 beds | floorplan
McGlinn Hall exterior
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McGlinn Hall

McGlinn Hall was constructed in 1997 as a women's residence hall through the contributions of Terrence and Barbara McGlinn. Rooms in McGlinn Hall are one of three arrangements: singles (15% of rooms), doubles (70%) or three-room quads (15%).
 
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| Residence Halls | 114 rooms | 241 beds | floorplan
Pasquerilla East Hall interior
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Pasquerilla East Hall

Constructed in 1981 as a residence hall for 250 women, Pasquerilla East is the second hall constructed with specific purpose of being a women's hall. The largest gift in Notre Dame history from a living person (from Frank and Sylvia Pasquerilla) provided funding for the construction of both Pasquerilla East and West Halls. Most of the rooms in Pasquerilla East (60%) are doubles. About 20% of the rooms are singles. There are also 6 three-room quads on each floor.
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 114 rooms | 143 beds | floorplan
Pasquerilla West Hall interior
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Pasquerilla West Hall

Pasquerilla West Hall was constructed in 1981 as the first Notre Dame building intended to be a women's residence hall. The largest gift in Notre Dame history from a living person (from Frank and Sylvia Pasquerilla) provided funding for the construction of both Pasquerilla West and East Halls. Most of the rooms in Pasquerilla West (60%) are doubles. About 20% of the rooms are singles. There are also 6 three-room quads on each floor.
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| Residence Halls | 130 rooms | 281 beds | floorplan
Welsh Family Hall interior
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Welsh Family Hall

Welsh Family Hall is the easternmost residence hall on West Quad. It is conveniently located north of the Eck Visitor's Center and Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore and west of the Morris Inn. Welsh Family Hall has three arrangements: single (15% of rooms), doubles (70%) or three-room quads (15%).
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Amenities + Unique Experiences

AMENITIES

Amenities
Biking
Biking
Running
Running
ADA Accessible
ADA Accessible
A/V Tech Staff
A/V Tech Staff
Fitness Center
Fitness Center
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight Accommodations
Parking On-Site
Parking On-Site
Projector Screen
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
Team Building
Team Building


Event Spaces

Meeting and Event Spaces

Max Capacities
5000
Overall
300
Classroom
Style
75
Outdoor /
Rooftop Space


Meeting + Event Spaces
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Warren Golf Course

This Coore & Crenshaw designed course is the home of the 2019 U.S. Senior Open.
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Dahnke Ballroom in Duncan Student Center

The Dahnke Ballroom is located in the Duncan Student Center on the 7th Floor and overlooks Notre Dame Stadium. It has a capacity of 580 people for a plated meal. 
| 4000 SQ FT | image
Rasmus Family Club in Duncan Student Center

The Rasmus Family Club is located on the 8th Floor of the Duncan Student Center. It overlooks Notre Dame Stadium and the Dahnke Ballroom on the 7th Floor below. 
| 7473 SQ FT | image
Foley's in O'Neill Hall

This restaurant-style space is located on the 4th Floor in O'Neill Hall on the south side of Notre Dame Stadium. The space features a chef's dining, main dining and bar dining area, as well as the bar, Harper's.  
| 5300 SQ FT | image
Downes Club in Corbett Family Hall

The Downes Club Ballroom is located on the 7th Floor of Corbett Family Hall. This space overlooks Notre Dame Stadium on the east side.
| 2650 SQ FT | image
Hank Family Forum in Corbett Family Hall

The Hank Family Forum is located on the 8th Floor of Corbett Family Hall. This space overlooks Notre Dame Stadium on the east side and is above the Downes Club Ballroom. 
| 1850 SQ FT | image
Seven on 9 in Corbett Family Hall

This spacious suite is perfect for small receptions. It overlooks Notre Dame Stadium on the 9th Floor of Corbett Family Hall with stadium seating and access to an outdoor terrace. 
| 690 SQ FT | image
Southwest 9 in Duncan Student Center

The Southwest 9 on the 9th Floor of Duncan Student Center overlook the Notre Dame Stadium Field perfect for a small, memorable event.
| 4,950 SQ FT | image
William and Mary Ann Smith Ballroom floorplan
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William and Mary Ann Smith Ballroom

The beautiful William and Mary Ann Smith Ballroom at Morris Inn with 4,950 square feet of space, along with 1,990 square feet of pre-function space provide an open and spacious backdrop for your special day. Few locations offer such sumptuous surroundings. Let our Executive Chef and his culinary staff create a menu of your choosing and our dedicated event planners take care of every detail. 
| 20,000 SQ FT | image
McKenna Hall meeting rooms floorplan
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Notre Dame Conference Center

Notre Dame Conference Center was built in 1966 through a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. It was designed with open and spacious areas to facilitate conversation and discussion among conference participants as well as to accommodate social gathering and events. Its 20,000 square feet of space contain 12 seminar rooms, all appointed according to the guidelines of the International Association of Conference Centers, of which it is a member. It also features a 375-seat auditorium equipped for simultaneous translation of up to 14 different foreign languages. All meeting rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology. 
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South Dining Hall

This iconic campus location remains unadulterated from its original design, with beautiful woodwork, stately high ceilings, and gothic windows. The stone fireplaces, marble floors, oak beams and ornate chandeliers hearken to a medieval guild hall.
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Club Naimoli

This is where the excitement of Notre Dame's sports tradition meets the elegance of its beautiful campus. Overlooking Notre Dame’s basketball arena, Club Naimoli features an inlaid shamrock floor, unique club seating with the Notre Dame monogram engraved on tables and chairs, and two outdoor balconies with a view of Notre Dame Stadium. Your party of 40 – 300 guests will find the setting remarkable.
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Located on the second floor of South Dining Hall, this warm, beautifully renovated room features vaulted ceilings and classic woodwork. Candlelight chandeliers accent the intimate feel for your party.
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This casual space features the charm and atmosphere of an upscale Irish pub. Hardwood floors and exposed brick highlight the room under open warehouse ceilings. A balcony overlooks the main ice arena, and VIP box seating is available.
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The Eck Visitors Center welcomes thousands of guests to campus each year, and is the perfect place to for you to entertain your party. The space features high vaulted ceilings with intricately detailed designs, and large windows overseeing campus. Marble floors give a stately touch to the otherwise whimsical space. Should the weather be suitable, a new patio attached to the atrium makes this space a year-round favorite.
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Monogram Room - Purcell Pavilion

This space is perfect for the "bleed blue-and-gold" Irish fan. Classic wood paneled walls bearing photos of Notre Dame's athletics championships bring the feel of one of Notre Dame’s greatest traditions to your event. Your guests will have plenty to spark conversation over drinks from the built-in bar.
| 1,900 SQ FT | image
Private Dining Rooms Floorplan
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Private Dining Rooms

The Morris Inn's three classically-appointed Private Dining Rooms offer stunning spaces for your special event or meeting. The Private Dining Rooms at Morris Inn can accommodate up to 100 guests with a dance floor.

Food + Beverage

Food + Beverage

Availability
YES
YES
YES
NO


Catering
There are four preferred caterers in the spaces within Duncan Student Center, O'Neill Hall and Corbett Family Hall: University Catering, Levy, Navarre Hospitality and LaSalle. The Morris Inn and Notre Dame Conference Center are catered by the Morris Inn banquet facility.
Dining Options
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Sorin's at Morris Inn

Sorin’s at Morris Inn serves classic, traditional French cuisine with a modern Midwest flair. Sorin’ features its most popular dish, the Dover sole meunière with new favorites such as our succulent 72-hour braised boneless beef short rib.
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Rohr's

Rohr’s at Morris Inn features casual, enticing food in a made-from-scratch kitchen. Signature items include the best chicken wings in South Bend, and a twist on an Irish favorite – steak and stout pie. Rohr’s is open daily for lunch, dinner and late night. It’s the perfect gathering space right on Notre Dame Avenue.
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Wind Family Fireside Terrace

The Wind Family Fireside Terrace is a great place to grab a drink after work. Comfortable outdoor furniture, including tables and chairs, sofas and loveseats fill the area around the fire pit, ensuring a cozy event. 

Location

Location + Transportation

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Nearby Airport
South Bend Regional (SBN) - 15 minutes
Nearby Cities
South Bend, IN Indianapolis, IN Fort Wayne, IN Chicago, IL Grand Rapids, MI Kalamazoo, MI
Transportation + Parking
Taxi
Bus
Train
Lyft
Uber
Onsite Parking

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions
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The Basilica is a magnificent, Gothic-inspired, cross-shaped place of worship and welcome, nurturing Notre Dame’s Catholic identity. Many members of the campus community gather here amid its artistic splendor for daily and weekly Masses that are celebrated both in the main body of the church and in its basement Crypt chapel. Confessions, or the Sacrament of Reconciliation, are offered frequently, as are other sacraments—such as Matrimony, bringing back numerous alumni who wish to be married in this grand setting.

The stained-glass windows were first installed in 1873, giving Notre Dame the largest collection of 19th-century French stained glass in the world. Beautiful artwork fills this space. Also helping to lift the heart to God are the voices of student choirs that sing at various Masses. Separate tours of the Basilica offer views of the art and numerous cherished artifacts from Church history.

The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes is one-seventh the size of the famed French shrine where the Virgin Mary appeared to Saint Bernadette on 18 occasions in 1858. Visiting the site on one of his many trips to his native country, Notre Dame founder Father Edward Sorin vowed to reproduce it on the campus of his new university. A gift from Rev. Thomas Carroll, a former theology student, made it possible in 1896. Boulders from surrounding farms, most weighing two tons or more, were used in its construction.

A small piece of stone from the original grotto in France is located on the right-hand side of the shrine directly below the statue of Mary. To Notre Dame students and alumni, the Grotto is a special place to spend a few quiet moments, and especially during football weekends and finals, you might have difficulty finding a candle to light. Hundreds of students have proposed marriage here; outdoor Masses are celebrated regularly; and the Rosary is prayed every day at 6:45 p.m., every day of the year, rain or shine.

The Main Building, with its famous Golden Dome, is a centerpiece of Notre Dame’s past and present. Today, it serves primarily as a headquarters for administration, although it still contains classrooms, harking back to a time when it was a crossroads where students learned, ate meals, and resided. This structure is actually the third building to stand on the site. It was built in 1879, the same year in which the previous building was destroyed by fire.

The Golden Dome was added to this building in 1882 and was most recently regilded in 2005. The regilding process uses only about a fist-full of gold leaf to cover the entire structure. Atop the Dome, you will find a 19-foot-tall, 4,000-pound statue of Mary, the Mother of God, “Notre Dame” (“Our Lady”). With this beautiful adornment, the Main Building is 187 feet tall, making it the second tallest structure on campus after the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

The same spring-fed lakes that captivated Father Edward Sorin in 1842 still gracefully buffer the northwest edge of the Notre Dame campus. St. Mary's Lake to the west and St. Joseph's Lake to the east serve as a park and nature preserve, but in the early days they provided food, ice, marl for brick and water for steam. Each lake has a picturesque walking/jogging trail around it and plays host to various student water activities including frigid mid-winter plunges for charity and the Fisher Regatta, an annual student boat race in which participants design and build their own (not especially seaworthy) vessels. St. Joseph's Lake has a small beach and pier for swimming and a boating facility for student use.

With Jesus depicted in a famous mural as “the Word of Life,” facing Notre Dame Stadium as the great teacher, the 14 stories of the Hesburgh Library make an impact on football fans and on scholars from around the world. The image, best known as “Touchdown Jesus,” can be seen over the north end zone. It is 132 feet high and 65 feet wide, containing 81 types of stone from 16 countries.

This building, which was the largest college library in the world when it opened in 1963, now joins with several other libraries on campus—collectively called the Hesburgh Libraries—to contain 3 million volumes, 2 million microfiche units, more than 17,000 serial subscriptions, and 12,000 audio recordings. The building is also traditionally an important gathering place for students on campus, whether they want to collaborate in groups, embark on a pursuit of study materials, or make use of the latest technology in their entrepreneurial research.

Services

Services

Services

Our Registration Services team is here to make hosting your meeting or conference easy. Our team can provide guest assistance and on or off-site registration assistance. Registration Services can also set up a link or app with your conference schedule or assemble information packets for your attendees to help guarantee that you event is the best that it can be. 

Internal Online Registration
Includes site set-up, guest assistance, payment processing, attendance rosters for planner 
External Online Registration 
Includes site set-up, guest assistance, payment processing, attendance rosters for planner
On-Site Conference Participant Assistance
Registration assistance for guests in McKenna Hall/Morris Inn, on campus and outside of campus
Packet Creation
Folder, notepad, tri-fold pad, campus map, dining guide, pens available
Participant Items
Personalized pin clip nametags, personalized nametag with magnetic holder, personalized nametag and lanyard, personalized table tent cards, personalized place cards, personalized certificates with folders


Morris Inn offers 132 guest rooms and 18 spacious suites. With three distinct dining options — Sorin’s, Rohr’s, and the Wind Family Fireside Terrace, guests will find the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy a business lunch, family gathering, special occasion or a casual meal.Morris Inn has a spacious ballroom and ample meeting space with modern amenities to host business meetings and social events. Morris Inn is a AAA 4 Diamond Hotel, placing the hotel in the top 5% of hotels in the United States. Morris Inn sits at the heart of Notre Dame’s storied campus and continues to be “the living room of the University.”

• Meeting space reservations, including set-up and layouts
• Provide consultation on marketing timelines and registration deadlines
• Lead pre-event campus site tours for necessary staff
• Provide marketing information to attract guests to Notre Dame
• Offer resources on area attractions and services

• Provide on-site event support
• Assist with campus lodging reservations at the Morris Inn
• Arrange for one of VenueND’s preferred caterers to provide a customized menu designed for your program
• Arrange and work with internal service providers and external vendors as necessary for room set-ups, event decor and A/V equipment within event spaces
• Assist with arrangements for venue tours, entertainment, exhibits and poster sessions
• Work with service providers to arrange transportation to conference events
• Arrange guest service staff and security
• Provide one convenient invoice including room rental, internal services and external vendors 

Business Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for conference and hotel guests. 

Try your hand at curling at the Compton Family Ice Arena, or play a few rounds of golf at Coore & Crenshaw-designed Warren Golf Course. 

The University of Notre Dame is on one wi-fi connection which is both convenient and cost-effective. 

Technology

Technology

Equipment Available On-Site
Projector Screen
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors

Description
Many meeting spaces have a built-in screen and projector for seamless conferences. The entire campus of Notre Dame is on one free wi-fi network for cost savings and added convenience.
Technology

Fully staffed A/V department with built-in equipment in many meeting rooms. 

The University of Notre Dame is on one wi-fi connection making it both convenient and cost-effective for guests. 

Testimonials

Testimonials


"Everything went like clock work! The staff really accommodated our needs. We didn't have to go far to the hotel or our events. Even when we had to move conference rooms. It was done quickly and they also moved our refreshments to our new conference room. The facility tour was amazing. What history you have to be proud of. We had a wonderful time playing a very competitive game of "team building broomball" but it was not without a few war trophies of bumps and bruises! My thanks to Connie and Lori for making us feel like special guests!"



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