TWO CAMPUSES

The best of both worlds 

ONE UNIVERSITY, TWO UNIQUE CAMPUS EXPERIENCES

Sir George Williams Campus

The Sir George Williams (SGW) Campus is located in the bustling core of downtown Montreal. The campus is made up of nearly 40 buildings, from century-old row houses to steel and glass high-rises. With a metro station (Guy-Concordia) and a bike path at the centre, SGW is in the middle of the action with endless cafes, restaurants and shops to explore between classes. Here’s your urban university experience!

SGW is also home to many student services and facilities, including the Webster Library, our fitness centre Le Gym, the Student Success Centre and the International Students Office.


Loyola Campus

The Loyola Campus is our beautiful leafy oasis in the city, located 6.5 km west of downtown. Loyola blends cutting-edge facilities with turn-of-the-century buildings in the beautiful neighbourhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. Home to a leafy campus quad and lots of green space, Loyola has that classic university campus feel.

At Loyola you’ll also find our Recreation and Athletics Complex, home to our varsity sports teams (Go Stingers!), the new $62 million state-of-the art Applied Science Hub and the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall.

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Sir George Williams Campus

Loyola Campus

The Concordia Shuttle Bus  

Chances are you might have classes or activities on both campuses. No problem! Students can commute between the two campuses via a 30‑minute ride on our free shuttle bus.

Take the shuttle!Need directions? Check out our maps

Concordia University is located on unceded Indigenous lands. The Kanien’kehá:ka Nation is recognized as the custodians of Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal.


World-class facilities

Make the most of our next-generation spaces and facilities. Across both campuses, you’ll find:

  • state-of-the-art facilities for research and experimentation
  • artistic performance and exhibition spaces
  • a wide range of athletics and fitness facilities
  • renovated study and library spaces
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Life in residence

As a first-year student you may be interested in living in one of our on-campus residences! It’s a great way to make friends and instantly feel at home in your new city. Residence is available at both Loyola and SGW. 

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CAMPUS HISTORY

Our campuses take their names from Loyola College and Sir George Williams University, two educational institutions with deep roots in Montreal. On August 24, 1974, they merged to form Concordia University – and the rest is history!

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