Visitors’ Info – February Digital Humanities Forum

Visitor Information

February 24-25, 2011 ND/CRRA Digital Humanities Forum

University of Notre Dame

Please note that we have reserved blocks of rooms at the Inn at St. Mary’s and the Morris Inn.  If you will be staying at either of these locations, please make your reservations by February 11, 2011.

Lodging

Inn at St. Mary’sis about a mile walk to the Notre Dame campus.  The Inn provides shuttle service to and from the airport, and to the Notre Dame campus.  For those driving, there is free parking. Very convenient to I-80 exit/entrance, literally around the corner.

We have reserved a block of rooms at the special rate of $107 per night. To make your reservation, call 1-877-567-1438 and mention you are part of the “Hesburgh Library block.”  Rooms will be held through February 11, we encourage you to make your reservations now!

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The Morris Inn is just across the street from the Eck Visitor Center.  For those staying at the Morris Inn, there is free parking.

We have reserved a block of rooms at the special rate of $132 per night, which includes full breakfast. To make your reservation, call 574.631.2000 and mention you are part of the “Hesburgh Library block.”

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Microtel South Bend Notre Dame University is about one mile from campus.  The hotel is brand new with a very convenient location and free Internet in room.


Directions to Notre Dame

Arrival by air

The South Bend Regional Airport is about 15 minutes by car from the Notre Dame campus (flights should be booked to South Bend, Indiana — airport code SBN). From the airport, go east on Lincolnway West (left out of the airport) to downtown South Bend. Turn left on Indiana 933 (Michigan Street) and proceed about two miles to Angela Boulevard. Turn right onto Angela, and then turn left at the second stoplight (Eddy Street). Follow signs to visitor parking.

Visitors also can fly to Chicago and drive or take a bus to Notre Dame. The University is about two hours by car from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and about 90 minutes from Midway International Airport. From O’Hare, take I-190 east out of the airport, merge onto I-90 east (the Kennedy Expressway) toward downtown Chicago and merge with I-94 south (the Dan Ryan Expressway). Take the Skyway exit off the Dan Ryan and remain on I-90 to the Indiana Toll Road, which merges with I-80. From the Illinois border, it is about 75 miles to Exit 77 (the South Bend/Notre Dame exit).

Arrival by car

From the north: The University is located just south of the Indiana Toll Road (Interstate 80/90). Exit I-80/90 at Exit 77 and turn right onto Indiana 933. Make a left at the fourth stop light (Angela Boulevard), then turn left at the second stoplight (Eddy Street). Follow signs to visitor parking.

From the south: Take U.S. 31 north which becomes Indiana 933 just south of the city of South Bend. Stay on Indiana 933 through downtown South Bend to Angela Boulevard. Turn right onto Angela, and then turn left at the second stoplight (Eddy Street). Follow signs to visitor parking.

Arrival by train

The South Shore Line trains run directly from the Chicago Loop (corner of Michigan and Randolph) to South Bend Regional Airport in South Bend (about a two-hour trip). From the airport, the Notre Dame campus is approximately a 15-minute ride by car. Various transportation methods are available (e.g. taxi, rental car, limo).


Parking

Parking is available just west of the Hammes Bookstore, which is across the street of the Eck Visitors Center or – in the lot just east of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.   See Map.nd.edu.


Campus maps: Map.nd.edu

Notre Dame Visitors Information

 

Please send your questions about this event or RSVP (not essential but helpful in our planning) to
Pat Lawton at plawton@nd.edu.

We look forward to seeing you in February!