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Jesuit Residence

The Jesuit Residence on the north-west corner of the Loyola campus, near West Broadway was completed in 1969. It has 54 bedrooms and various other facilities to house the Jesuits who taught at Loyola College and Loyola High School.


Loyola Jesuit Residence Loyola Jesuit Residence, 1974. Photo: Paul Hrasko. I002-02-1745

It has 54 bedrooms and various other facilities to house the Jesuits who taught at Loyola College and Loyola High School. The number of residents dwindled and in 2001 Concordia bought the building from the Jesuit Order, with the proviso that the residents would remain for three years until alternate housing could be arranged. The Jesuits vacated the building in March 2004, marking the end of the last formal Jesuit presence on the Concordia Campus. Student residence facilities are planned in this building for 2004.

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