Skip to main content

Explore the rich history of Loyola College

Discover how a site that once served as a 42-acre farm transformed into a next-generation campus
November 14, 2022

The F. C. Smith Building on Concordia University's Loyola Campus The Loyola Chapel was built in 1933, during the Great Depression, and designed by architect Henri Labelle.

At Concordia's recent Homecoming celebrations, we honoured the rich history of Loyola College — one of the university's founding institutions — with a series of events, including a special reception for alumni. Attendees also received a Loyola College commemorative booklet.

The memento is now available for download online. You can access the booklet on our publications webpage or by clicking on the link below:


Back to top

© Concordia University