This is an all-purpose classroom building so large that half the student body could be in class here at the same time. DeBartolo Hall is longer than a football field, and when it was built in 1992, it more than doubled Notre Dame’s classroom space.
The building contains the University’s largest lecture hall, seating 465, as well as some of the smallest seminar rooms, seating fewer than 20. It also contains a computer cluster, and all of its classrooms are equipped for interactive digital learning.
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