The Illustrated Companion History of Sir George Williams University

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The Illustrated Companion History of Sir George Williams University
Abstract
An unflinching look at the former Sir George Williams University, with all its "warts and beauty", now a campus of Concordia University. In 1926, the education program of Montreal's YMCA was re-organized as Sir George Williams College, named after George Williams, founder of the YMCA movement. In 1934, Sir George Williams College offered the first undergraduate credit course in adult education in Canada. The College became Sir George Williams University in 1948, when it received a university charter from the provincial government. In 1974 Sir George Williams University merged with Montreal's Loyola College to become Concordia University.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Concordia University
Date
1977
Language
en
Citation
Jones, Ginny, and Joel McCormick, eds. The Illustrated Companion History of Sir George Williams University. Montreal: Concordia University, 1977.
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