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As visitors walk the Centennial Pathway, they will be reminded of God's leading in Loma Linda University Health's history and of the thousands of people whose lives have been touched and intertwined in the history of the organization.
The Calendar Design
The Centennial Pathway is designed as a calendar with 365 pavers for each year of Loma Linda University Health's service. Each row of pavers marks one month and every 12 rows marks a new year. Each year is indicated with a year marker along both sides of the pathway.
The pathway begins at the Founders Plaza with year 1905, and pavers will continue over Stewart Street now that the Centennial Bridge is complete. Two electronic kiosks - one in the Founders Plaza and the other next to the Mission Globe - have been placed to help visitors locate specific markers, pavers and seating areas on the Centennial Pathway.
Sponsored pavers and historical markers are installed by graduation each year. This year pavers will also be placed on the new Centennial Bridge that has been built over Stewart Street.
We are always accepting applications for the Mission Globe, and names are added to the granite base by the first of every calendar year.
- The Centennial Bridge has been built and this year new tiles will be placed to complete the pathway.
- New seating areas are available for sponsorship. They will be placed on the new end of the Centennial Bridge.
- The Mission Globe has been installed along with the water feature and mission names.
View the names on the Mission Globe
- Two electronic kiosks, one in the Founders Plaza and the other next to the Mission Globe, have been placed to help visitors locate specific markers.
For questions, please feel free to contact us. We appreciate your participation and support.
Call the Centennial Pathway office at 909-558-5010, or via on-campus extension at 55010.
Loma Linda University Health
P.O. Box 2000
Loma Linda, CA 92354
Centennial Pathway Layout
The Centennial Pathway is designed in the form of a calendar--with 365 pavers for each year of Loma Linda's first century of service. The Pathway begins at Magan Hall with 1905. It continues down the north central mall of the campus toward Stewart Street, where it ends at 2009. Every 12 rows of pavers marks a new year. Each year will be indicated by beautiful granite year markers along both sides of The Pathway.
HISTORICAL MARKERS, commemorating major events or milestones in the University and Medical Center's history, will be embedded in The Pathway within the year they took place. In addition, the names of people whose lives have been impacted by Loma Linda or who have had a part in fulfilling its mission will be engraved on individual granite pavers throughout The Pathway.
As people walk along The Pathway, they will be reminded not only of God's leading in Loma Linda's history, but also of the thousands of people whose lives have been intertwined in the history of the University and Medical Center.