P5 off Trent Lane; P44 off Winegard Walk
Auto doors on main entrance off of Trent Lane
Access to all floors
Level 0 has Unisex washrooms; Levels 1, 2, 3, 4 have accessible stalls in men’s and women’s washrooms
Two accessible entrances on north side off Alumni Walk; ramp and auto door to the left of main entrance across from library
Blue elevators to all floors of Office Wing, located to the left of main entrance; orange elevators to all floors of Classroom Wing located to the left, (then down hall, to the left, to the right) of main entrance
Accessible stalls in men’s and women’s washrooms on all floors of Classroom Wing
M. H. M. (Murdo) MacKinnon was born in Regina, moved to Toronto as a child, and graduated from the University of Toronto with a PhD in English. MacKinnon joined the University of Guelph in 1964 as founding Dean of Wellington College of Arts and Science. In less than one year, he established the entire program of courses for arts, the humanities and social sciences, helping to quickly lay the foundation for the college. The MacKinnon Building was constructed in 1967.
The lobby has approximately 50 seats, including under the stairs, which are all group study and moderately loud between class times. Mack’s coffee shop is located near-by with drinks and snacks.
M. H. M. (Murdo) MacKinnon
The plaque is located inside the main entrance. Turn left through doors to the outside wall.
For more information about the Historical Walking Tour, please contact:
Alumni Affairs & Development
(519) 824-4120 ext. 56934