Recti cultus pectora roborant
(Sound learning strengthens the spirit)
The university has played an instrumental role in the education of generations of young leaders, and in the development of the social and cultural landscape of the Eastern Townships region of Quebec.
Bishop’s is a place with a history as unique and interesting as each of the individuals who make up its close-knit community. The following historical timeline showcases the university’s evolution and important milestones over the past 175 years.
Bishop’s Remembers: War records project
Bishop’s Remembers is a collection of the histories of Bishop’s students and alumni who died in service. The lives of those who served and sacrificed are linked together by their common alma mater.
This collection is a special tribute to those war heroes who, at one time or another, called Bishop’s home.
Source and copyright note: All photographs featured on this website, unless otherwise specified, are the property of Bishop’s University Archives, and may not be reproduced without permission.
Please contact Anna M. Grant, University Archivist, for more information: 819-822-9600, ext. 2609.