The College of Science faculty, staff, and laboratories are located in several buildings across campus, from Crowley Hall near the center of campus to Jordan Hall of Science and McCourtney Hall to the east. Scientific discovery has taken place in several buildings throughout campus history—from the early days of LaFortune Hall, then known as Science Hall, to the most current research facilities McCourtney Hall and it's partner building currently under construction.
Crowley Hall is home to the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics and faculty offices.
Galvin Life Science Center
Located on the east side of campus, between the Hesburgh Library and Notre Dame Stadium, the Galvin Life Science Center serves as a central focus to the Department of Biological Sciences. The center is home to the departmental office, the major research facilities, and the laboratories of many biological sciences faculty.
Hayes-Healy is located southwest of the Nieuwland Hall of Science and is connected to Hurley Hall. It is home to the Department of Mathematics and faculty from both the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics.
Hurley Hall is located on South Quad, across from the Law School and Cushing Hall, and is connected to Hayes-Healy. The building is known for its center piece in the main entrance: a giant globe. Faculty from the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics have offices in this building.
Jordan Hall of Science
Jordan Hall of Science is home to 40 laboratories, an observatory, two lecture halls, a greenhouse, the Museum of Biodiversity and the Digital Visualization Theater (DVT). The Office of the Dean is located in Jordan Hall, as are the Center for Health Sciences Advising, the Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine, the First Year Advising Offices, and The Parseghian Fund.
Machine Shop Core Facility
The Machine Shop is a full service design and fabrication shop staffed with progressive minded craftsmen and state-of-the-art machinery.
McCourtney Hall, located on the east side of the Notre Dame campus near Hesburgh Library, is a 220,000-square-foot research building. McCourtney Hall is the first dedicated research building constructed in a planned larger East Campus Research Complex. The research quad creates, for the first time at Notre Dame, a space for highly collaborative, state-of-the-art research that crosses the Colleges of Science and Engineering.
The College of Science has numerous research facilities located around the Notre Dame campus.
Stepan Chemistry Hall
Stepan Chemistry Hall is located directly east of the Nieuwland Hall of Science and houses many chemistry faculty offices and laboratories.