University of Notre Dame
School of Architecture

Notre Dame was the first Catholic university in America to offer a degree in architecture beginning in 1898.
 
 

Inside The School

photo of inside classroomBond Hall, built in 1917, is home to the School of Architecture. The recently renovated building honors its classical roots with Ionic columns at its entrance and rows of round-arched windows. It offers a two-floor library, spacious studios and Café Poche, a popular gathering spot for students and faculty, creating a lively environment for all to pursue educational and professional goals.

 

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