117 applicants applied to 10 available teaching positions at Lambton College.
Lambton College opened its doors and welcomed 39 students in five programs. The college was originally housed in a former elementary school and is second-oldest college in Ontario.
Lambton College celebrated its first graduating class.
Lambton College received over 120 applications for the Fall 1967 semester.
The first full-time academic year began with 351 students.
For the first time in Canadian history, students could study for a Masters in Chemical Engineering via night school at Lambton College.
Lambton College moved to its second location on Russell Street (formerly St. Patrick’s High School).
Lambton College moved into the Modeland Road campus.
Governor General Roland Michener officially opened the first permanent building of Lambton College’s new campus.
The Lambton College Industrial Fire School opened on Lasalle Line.
Lambton College moved to its current location on London Road.
Lambton College broke ground on the south excavation for the eventual home of the Centre of Excellence for Process.
Lambton College introduces Community Integration through Cooperative Education. The program is so successful that a number of colleges across Ontario have gone on to implement similar programs, with many using Lambton College as a model of excellence.
Lambton College launches The Cube, an on-campus entrepreneurial hub for students and the community.
Lambton College officially launches Envision Tomorrow Capital Campaign to fund new infrastructure.
Lambton College launches Centre of Excellence in Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies.
Lambton College’s exclusive Class+ ExperienceTM was recognized as an Apple Distinguished Program, the first college in Canada to receive this designation.
Lambton College officially broke ground on two new world-class education and athletics facilities.