The University of Notre Dame operates 103 two and four-bedroom apartments located about one mile from the center of campus. This complex is known as University Village and is commonly referred to as "The Village". The Village is conveniently located on the northwest edge of campus, just a five minute bike ride or fifteen minute walk. There is a paved, lighted footpath connecting the complex to Notre Dame's central campus.
The two-bedroom apartments in University Village are available only to single/married, full-time students who have their spouses and/or children living with them with proof of marriage and/or financial dependency. Couples expecting their first child are permitted to reside in University Village for up to one academic year pending proof of pregnancy. A limited number of 4 bedroom apartments are available to families with three children or more.
RECTOR: MR. NATHAN ELLIOT
Nathan is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in History. After graduation he volunteered for two and a half years in Calle Larga, Chile with Holy Cross Associates. Upon returning to the United States, he attended the University of Arizona, graduating with a Masters Degree in Agricultural Education. While in Arizona, he taught at a local high school, worked in refugee resettlement and, through his parish, was involved in social outreach projects including community organizing. He has served as Rector of the University Village Complex since 2007. Nathan and his wife, Katie, have two daughters.
In 2014, Mr. Elliot took over as Rector of Fischer O'Hara-Grace Graduate Residences, while remaining at University Village & Cripe Street, in a dual rector role for all on-campus graduate students.