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DeBartolo Hall

DEBARTOLO HALL

DeBartolo Hall fall picture trees with leaves turning red

Since construction in 1992, Edward J. DeBartolo Hall has become a symbol of Notre Dame's commitment to the integration of education and technology in academia. DeBartolo Hall is comprised of seventy-four classrooms representing two-thirds of the total number of classrooms available on campus.

The facility is managed by the Auxiliary and Facility Operations Department, within Business Operations. The 24-million dollar facility strives to stay current with up-to-date technology that enhances the quality of the learning and teaching at Notre Dame. For assistance with operational or informational issues, the Building Manager's office is located in room 104, (631-8773). The Building Support Assistant is located in room 103, (631-0175). During the academic year, DeBartolo Hall employs on the average of 11-13 students that supplement coverage for evening and weekend events.

A fiber optic delivery system as well as Nomad wireless technology, in conjunction with the Office of Information Technologies, provides a full range of media service and support to the building.  NOMAD Wireless Availability - Office of Information Technologies - University of Notre Dame

Services and Staff in DeBartolo

  • Building Manager, 631-8773 Office 104    Adkinson.1@nd.edu
  • Building Support, 631-0175 Office 103      Hoang.3@nd.edu
  • Classroom Service Counter 631-9181 Office 115A
  • OIT Help Desk Office 631-8111 Office 128
  • Classroom Services, Dispatch: 631-8782 Office 115B
  • Computer Lab Support: 631-2386 Office 342
  • Technical Training and Documentation: 631-7227 Office B012
  • Classroom Equipment Orders: 1-8782 Office 115A
  • Center for Languages and Culture: 631-5881 Office 329             http://cslc.nd.edu
  • The Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning: 631-9147 Office 353
    http://www.nd.edu/~kaneb/

Operational Hours

                                                 

Academic Year: August through May         Summer Hours: May through August

Monday

8:00am-12:00am

 

Monday

8:00am-10:00pm

Tuesday

8:00am-12:00am

 

Tuesday

8:00am-10:00pm

Wednesday

8:00am-12:00am

 

Wednesday

8:00am-10:00pm

Thursday

8:00am-12:00am

 

Thursday

8:00am-10:00pm

Friday

8:00am-5:00pm 

7p-1am Student Union Board Movies

*5:00pm close during break weeks.
 

Friday

8:00am-5:00pm

Saturday

By Reservation

7p-1am SUB Movies

 

Saturday

By reservation

Sunday

12:00pm-12:00am

 

Sunday

By reservation

*Break week(s): Fall, Christmas, Easter and Spring.

 

Access

Exterior doors open daily by 7:00am. Classrooms open one hour prior to class. Collaborative classrooms open thirty minutes prior to class. After 6:00pm and for evening study hours, enter the building through the west main entrance (facing Notre Dame Avenue).

Entrance to the lower level Technology Training Lab, B002 and classroom B011, is via the Northwest and Northeast stairwells located on the 1st floor. Elevator access to the lower level is around the corner from the Northeast staircase. (stadium side of building)

For a listing of the DeBartolo Cluster hours, visit the web site: Cluster Information - Office of Information Technologies - University of Notre Dame

When the Cluster is open and the rest of DeBartolo is closed, the only access to the Cluster is the door just north of the Cluster. The gate south of the Cluster is closed down around 6:00pm for Security purposes.

DeBartolo Hall is closed on home football weekends. The Computer Cluster is closed on the Saturdays of home football weekends.

For safety reasons, bicycles, skate boards and roller blades are not permitted to be used or ridden inside the facility.

Parking is available in the visitors lot off Notre Dame Avenue or in the Joyce Center South lot: DeBartolo is referred to as Building 1144, located on the west side of the stadium. Driving directions can be found at: http://www.nd.edu/campus-and-community/campus-map/

 

Classroom Configuration and Floor Plans:

The breakdown of classrooms is as follows:

  •  1:  465 seat Auditorium
  •  3:  250 seat Auditoriums
  •  2:  108 seat Lecture Rooms
  •  4:   96 seat  Lecture Rooms
  • 24:  50 seat Lecture Rooms
  • 16:  30 seat Classrooms
  •  8 :  20 seat Classrooms
  •  1:   23 seat Classroom
  • 11:  19 seat Seminar Rooms
  •  1:   14 seat Seminar room
  •  1:    60 seat Lab with PC's
  •  1:    30 seat Lab with PC's
  •  1:    32 seat Collaborative Learning Space
    A Detailed pictorial listing can be found at:
  • Classrooms:    https://esapps.nd.edu/classroom/index.cfm
  • Astra Schedule Web Client  (click on View Rooms)

TECHNOLOGY:

Please Note: VCR's are being phased out of classrooms. Details can be found at:

http://oit.nd.edu/clusters_classrooms/PhaseOutClassroomVCRs.shtml

It is highly recommend that you test your course materials with these new systems before the first class day to ensure everything works smoothly. Staff members will be happy to help you. Please schedule a time with a classroom support person, 1-8782, so that we may set aside time to work with you.

 

Room Reservations: All room reservations are made by the Registrar's office.

Event Requests may be submitted at http://classrooms.nd.edu. An event is considered to be any request that is outside of the normal class meeting pattern. NOTE: All requests must be submitted one business day prior to the event. Additional assistance may be found by contacting the Office of the Registrar at 631-1479 or at http://roomreq@nd.edu

Student group use: Clubs and organizations must be recognized by Student Activities. Use the Student Activities website to request a venue.

http://sao.nd.edu/saonline.shtml  The SAO on-line request will route your request through approval channels and space will be awarded via the Registrar's office.

Conference Requests: Any request for room usage being identified as conferences held on campus are administered by the Center for Continuing Education, located at McKenna Hall. http://www.nd.edu/~cce/   Phone: 574 631-6691

Charges for special services such as technical support, equipment rental, maintenance, security, etc. required for these events will be determined by the appropriate operational unit and billed by the Center for Continuing Education and must be coordinated in advance between the CCE and the University Unit providing the additional service.

Building Rental Rates                   Effective January 1, 2010

EVENT  TYPE

RATE(s)

Professional Testing

$450.00  Per Room
Notre Dame Conferences: Monday-Friday

No Charge

Before/After Operational Hours: $50.00

Notre Dame Conferences : Saturday/Sunday

Half Day: $200    defined: 7am-12p

Full Day:  $300                   7am-5pm

After 5pm:  $30/hour

Conferences:

Guests outside the University: Monday-Friday

Half Day: $300.00

Full day : $450.00

After 5p:  $50/hr

Conferences:

Guests outside the University: Saturday

Half Day: $300.00 defined: 7am-12p

Full Day: $450.00                 7am-5pm

Early Open/Close: $50/hr

Conferences:

Guests outside the University: Sunday

Half Day: $375

Full Day:  $500

After 5p:  $60/hr

General Information

Room assignments are based upon the standardized set-up of the room configuration. Furnishings are not permitted to be moved.

If special requests or accommodations are needed, the request must be made in advance and coordinated with the Building Manager, 631-8773, or Building Support Assistant, 631-0175.

Supplemental Equipment and/or Service Requests

Microphones, cassette players, and slide projectors need to be ordered through Classroom Services: 631-8778

Charges are made for equipment rental, the use of technical support, and any additional labor required when DeBartolo is used for non-course events. Classroom Support charge policies are listed in its published brochure entitled DeBartolo Media Service's Charge Policies available in 115 DeBartolo or you may contact  631-8778 http://www.nd.edu/%7Endoit/services/

Wise Use of Resources

The off-hour scheduling of a single classroom in the entire building is discouraged because of the extensive energy requirements, particularly

during summer and winter weekends.

 

Class Room Comforts-Temperature Control

We ask that windows remain closed in the classrooms. Each room is equipped with an independent thermostat control. All rooms of 100 seats or smaller have one thermostat. The 250-seat rooms have two, and the 450-seat have three. If a problem with room temperature arises, the Building Manager must be contacted: 631-8773. Events on the weekends outside normal operational hours must be coordinated in advance with the Building Manager, due to the heating and cooling systems entering energy conservation mode.

Lighting

The auditorium (Room 101) and the three 250-seat lecture halls (Rooms 102, 141, and 155) have nine preset lighting controls. If another preset is required, it must be coordinated in advance with the Building Manager, 631-8773.

Television spotlighting for the above listed areas is available upon request.

If Rooms 102, 141, and 155 are entered from the first floor, the red light switch is located at the far left and right of the doors. Depress the top indicator glow light for "on" and the button directly below for "off".

Room 101 is equipped with halogen lights that are available during tests and examinations. It is recommended that requests be made in advance due to the fact that it takes ninety seconds for the lights to become activated.

All 50- and 100-seat rooms have both fluorescent and incandescent lights. Incandescent light intensity can be adjusted by using the slider switch located in front of the room along side of the fluorescent and chalkboard light switches.

Food Policy

All catering arrangements, including water provided for guest speakers can be made by contacting Food Services: http://food.nd.edu/

Any requests for serving of light refreshments along with events must be coordinated in advance of the event with the Building Manager or Building Support Assistant. The Building Manager reserves the right to cancel any services to rooms where these guidelines are violated.   Fines may be assessed if clean-up agreements are not honored.

Food items must be provided through University Food Services. No Exceptions. Single unit servings are highly recommended to avoid potential of contamination. Light refreshments are limited to being served on the first floor or Atrium Stairwell.

Tables can be ordered, delivered and picked up by submitting a Facilities Requisition or by contacting General Services at 631-8327.

Corporate Responsibility is highly encouraged in cleaning up or serving of refreshments and restoring the room(s) to serviceable use for incoming guests.

Lost & Found

If you misplace an item during your visit, check with the Building Manager or Support Staff Room 103 /104 before leaving. If your item has not been found, please log-in on the Lost & Found journal. We will contact you if we find your item. Be sure to contact us with Lost & Found information as soon as you notice the misplaced item. In the event that your item has not been turned in to Lost and Found, please follow-up with Notre Dame Security @ 631-5555. For accountability purposes, we ask that you sign for any item that you claim.

Notre Dame Security picks up all Lost and Found items once monthly and items are held at Hammes-Mowbry Hall.

DeBartolo Hall is not responsible for lost or misplaced items.

Deliveries

All freight, food, and other deliveries must be made through the loading dock near the Snite Museum. Only rubber-wheeled carts are allowed in the building.

Smoking/Live Flame

DeBartolo Hall is a smoke-free environment.

Candles and other open-flame devices shall not be used in places of public assemblage. Section 25.115 of the Unified Fire Code. No exceptions are made for this at any time .http://www.nd.edu/~ndfd/prevention/FirePreventionTips.shtml

Animals

Working dogs, in addition to other animals designated to assist the physically challenged are the only animals permitted inside the facility.

Building Management
415 Main Building, Notre Dame, IN 46556-5602
Phone: 574-631-6661 Email: buildmgt@nd.edu