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The once-modest campus has now grown to include almost 400 acres. This land includes the purchase of more than 160 acres of former NCR property, which sparked the building of the GE Episcenter and Emerson Helix buildings.
UD has 38 academic, research, athletic and administrative buildings, five residence halls, 18 student apartment complexes and almost 500 residences. Total enrollment for 2018-19 is almost 11,000 students.
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The former NCR headquarters building is now Daniel J. Curran Place, named in honor of the first lay president of UD, who served from 2002-16. The building is home to the University of Dayton Research Institute and features a large solar array for generating electricity.