History, Affiliations and Rankings
Lambton College or the Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology is a well-known college for providing quality post-secondary education in Southwestern Ontario. It became the second college in the Ontario college system to open its doors in 1966. The college had 45 students enrolled in five programs at the time. The first president of Lambton College was Wolfgang Franke. Since 1967, Lambton College has collaborated with the community to build a region of innovators, strengthening the local economy and meeting industry demand for skilled workers. The college is affiliated with the Canadian College Athletic Association (CCAA), the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC), the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) and the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE).
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
Lambton College is based in Sarnia, Ontario, but it also has campuses in Mississauga and Toronto for international students. The South Building, which houses the majority of the classrooms as well as staff and faculty offices, is Lambton College's main on-site structure. The Suncor Sustainability Centre, the Lambton College Residence and Event Centre, the Sustainable Smart Home, the Skilled Trades Training Centre, and the North Building are all located on the main campus. There are 112 programmes available at the college, 51 of which are Undergraduate. Moreover, students at Lambton College are encouraged to travel outside the classroom walls and acquire work experience, which aids in the development of practical skills.
Accomplishments and Alumni
The Applied Research and Innovation Excellence Award, which recognizes the institutional commitment and the impact of the College's research activity on small and medium-sized enterprises, the local community, the province, and students enrolled in Lambton College programs, was given to Lambton College in Silver. CICan has recognized Lambton College for Research & Innovation for the sixth time in the last five years. More than 34,000 graduates from Lambton College in Sarnia, Lambton College in Toronto, and Lambton College in Mississauga make up the Alumni Association of the college. Lambton College offers the opportunity to connect with internationally recognized instructors and a varied student population while also developing interpersonal skills and global comfort. It also provides opportunities for extended networking with the enormous alumni network and learning from world experts in various professions through seminars. Some of the notable names are Judy Foote, Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador, Michael McGinnis, Politician and Rex Isaac, Politician.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
Lambton College focuses on Enhancing students’ college experience by getting them involved in college or community activities or clubs. The college believes in diversity, equality and opportunities for all students. Students from all corners of the world attend Lambton because of its unique hospitality and faculty. They organize various events, functions and lecture sessions for the student's personality development and to help them get placement opportunities from top companies of the world. Walmart, RBC, TD, CIBC are some of the corporations that recruit graduates from Lambton College.