The Enoch E. Mattson Centre, completed in the fall of 1976, served as the administrative hub of the college. Its rooms initially housed the Business Affairs department, Admissions, Public Affairs, the President’s Office, and the Board Room.
Designed by architect Ojars Kalns, the Mattson Centre was named in honour of the school’s first registrar, who had also served on the School-for-Canada Committee.
Construction of the Mattson Centre, 1975.
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The Mattson Centre, 1979.
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Photograph of Enoch Mattson hard at work in his office in the old farm house, ca. 1966.
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Renovations undertaken in the summer of 1993 saw the addition of approximately 5000 square feet to the Mattson Centre.
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