Travel by Air
South Bend Regional Airport (best option for EMC attendees—airport code SBN).
Distance: about 15 minutes by car from the Notre Dame campus
Midway International Airport
Distance: about 90 minutes by car from the Notre Dame campus
Chicago O’Hare International Airport
Distance: about two hours by car from the Notre Dame campus
Travel 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.
Travel by Bus
Coach USA maintains a bus shuttle several times daily between campus and both Chicago O'Hare and Chicago Midway airports.
Travel 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 and limousine).
Local Area Information
High 79 F | Low 59 F
About Notre Dame and Surrounding Area
The University of Notre Dame was founded in November 1842 by Edward F. Sorin, a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross, a French missionary order. It is located adjacent to South Bend, Indiana, the center of a metropolitan area with a population of more than 300,000.
On-Campus Areas of Interest
Off-Campus Areas of Interest