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Loyola Campus turns 100

September 7, 2016


One hundred years ago, Loyola College, one of Concordia's two founding institutions, welcomed students to its new west-end campus. Construction of Loyola on the old Decary farm began in 1913. Although the first students moved there in 1915 even before the buildings were completed, the move was complete in 1916.

To celebrate the occasion, Records Management and Archives is happy to present a new web page featuring images of Loyola College from the time of the construction of the campus until the 1990s. Several of the images displayed here are from the Loyola College Review (official title of the annual yearbook) and have not been published online before.

Want to know more about the Loyola Campus? Please visit our Buildings page. If you would like to do research on Concordia Buildings or any other subject, please contact Caroline Sigouin at 514-848-2424 ext. 7970.

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