Loyola Jesuit Hall and Conference Centre
The Refectory building has been renovated to create the Loyola Jesuit Hall and Conference Centre, an important element in the revitalization of the Loyola Campus. The new space was officially unveiled in 2012.
One of the original Loyola Campus buildings, the Refectory was built in the shape of a cross, with elegant dining halls, an infirmary, and a distinctive sundial on the south face. It has undergone some unfortunate renovations throughout its long history and was in a state of disrepair prior to the conference centre renovation project, but the integrity of the building was intact.
Now complete, the renovations of the former refectory have restored many of its special features. New facilities include an alumni centre, lounge space, a conference centre for large meetings, a kitchen, catering facilities, offices, and multipurpose meeting spaces, once again making this historic building an important gathering place for community and social events.