Erin Blasko | June 16, 2020
The University of Notre Dame Robinson Community Learning Center (RCLC) is settling into its new home, a sleek, spacious new building at Eddy Street Commons, after almost two decades in its original location, the cramped and aging former Goodwill store at Eddy and Howard streets.
The move, just across the street, marks a new chapter for the off-campus learning center, which recently celebrated 19 years in the Northeast Neighborhood, the traditional single-family neighborhood south of Notre Dame.
“It’s just everything we’ve dreamed of,” Jennifer Knapp Beudert, longtime manager of the RCLC, said of the new building. “It’s kind of mind-blowing how awesome it is.”
Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., said, “The future of Notre Dame is inextricably linked to our neighbors and the health and wellbeing of their children. We could not be prouder of this milestone, the opening of a beautiful new building in which young and old alike will grow in community together.”
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