Building Services

Building Services is responsible for providing custodial services to 150 buildings spanning over 10 million gross square feet (gsf). This area is comprised of academic and administrative buildings, in addition to all of Notre Dame's residence halls and athletic buildings. Building Management for the Coleman-Morse Center and DeBartolo Hall is also a function of this department.

Campus Work Control Center

The Campus Work Control Center is the customer service liaison for the "AiM" online work order management system. The Campus Work Control Center efficiently processes urgent facility work requests, dispatches appropriate service professionals, processes all work order charges from internal/external service providers, and provides training to employees and contractors using the system.  

Emergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management coordinates the University's emergency programs.

Notre Dame Police Department

The University of Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) is a fully authorized police agency dedicated to providing exceptional services that promote a safe and well-ordered environment for our community.

Notre Dame Fire Department

The University of Notre Dame Fire Department (NDFD) is dedicated to the preservation of life and property and to the promotion of fire safety through public education, inspections, and fire protection system maintenance.


Operations includes the Notre Dame Stadium Complex Facility Operations as well Warehouse, Delivery, and Transportation.  Warehouse, Delivery, and Transportation serves as a hub for campus consisting of the following units:  Central Receiving, General Services, Mail Distribution, Recycling, Surplus Property, and Transportation Services.  

Risk Management & Safety

The Risk Management & Safety Department is dedicated to providing quality service and professional advice in the areas of safety, occupational health, environmental protection and risk management.


Sustainability aims to reduce the University’s carbon and other energy related emissions, help campus members to conserve resources, and increase awareness of sustainable practices with a focus on Catholic social teaching’s connection to sustainability.