Dillon Hall was built in 1931 with Rockne era football revenues. It is named after Rev. Patrick Dillon, CSC, who followed Fr. Sorin as the second president of the university. The chapel in Dillon Hall is named St. Patrick's Chapel, because Fr. Dillon's first name was Patrick.  Knute Rockne died in March, 1931, while the building was under construction. As a tribute to Coach Rockne, a side altar, dedicated to St. Olaf, was included in St. Patrick's chapel. St Olaf is the patron saint of Norway, where Knute Rockne was born.