Dunne Hall

Dunne Hall

Established in 2016, Dunne Hall is one of the newest residence halls on campus and is named after its benefactors, Jimmy and Susan Dunne. Built as an expression of gratitude from Dunne and four college roommates, the hall is located on the Northeast corner of campus and houses the only Notre Dame chapel named in honor of Bl. Basil Moreau, founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross. Drs. John and Karen Deak are only one of two faculty couples on campus who live in residence. Together, along with their two dogs, Tawny and Hecktor, the Deaks live among the residents of Dunne Hall. Each year, Dunne Hall hosts the Dunne Funne Runne and the Dunnedance Film Festival.

Rector

Rev. Matt Kuczora, C.S.C.

Rev. Matt Kuczora, C.S.C.

Originally from Marion, Indiana, Rev. Matthew Kuczora, C.S.C., became a rector in 2015. He earned both his Bachelor's degree in Accountancy and his Master of Divinity degree from the University of Notre Dame. With an interest in the Church and history of Latin America, upon the profession of his perpetual vows in the Congregation of Holy Cross in 2011, Fr. Matt began an assignment as Director of Postulant Seminarians and Vocation Director for a religious community in Monterrey, Mexico. Additionally, Fr. Matt has worked abroad in a number of assignments in India, Honduras, and Spain. He enjoys fishing, hiking, and playing sports.

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Hall Stats

Approximate Capacity
221
Number of Sections
6
Year Established
2016
Quad
Sex
Male
Chapel
Bl. Basil Moreau
Number of Floors
4
Number of Rooms
108
Elevator
Yes
Air Conditioning
Yes
Nickname/Mascot
Sentinels