Dundon-Berchtold Hall, a new three-story academic building at the University of Portland, carries forward the brick and limestone palette established by the existing Collegiate Gothic buildings of the campus core and defines a new formal quad facing the University's oldest building, Waldschmidt Hall (McCaw, Martin & White, 1891). A 58-foot-tall tower, visible from the edge of campus and addressing its main gate, will mark the building’s entry. Dundon-Berchtold Hall houses a variety of tiered, flat-floor, and cluster classrooms; faculty offices; a 153-seat auditorium; and the Dundon-Berchtold Institute for Moral Formation and Applied Ethics. The Collegiate Gothic style carries through to the building’s interior woodwork, details, and light fixtures. Our design targets LEED Silver Certification.