Classes in residence halls
Jessica Monokroussos | Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Classrooms in the residence halls do not work well. Faculty and students, who do not live in the residence hall, have to wait until someone who lives in the residence hall opens the door. This makes the students and faculty late. Also in some residence halls the “classroom” is in a public space, making it difficult to teach when students walk through the class to get to somewhere else in the residence hall (Ryan Hall for example).
The University of Notre Dame needs another classroom building since classrooms have been changed into offices and other academic uses.