Indigenous Student Centre

  • Lambton College provides accepting places to learn in a culturally sensitive and academically stimulating environment for students with Indigenous backgrounds, including First Nation, Inuit and Métis.

    The Indigenous Student Centre at Lambton College is a designated space for Indigenous students. The Centre provides a friendly, supportive environment where the staff is devoted to helping Indigenous students achieve their goals. The Centre opened in 1992 and has since grown and developed while being guided by the Indigenous Education Council which is made up of First Nation communities, Indigenous organizations, students, staff and administration.

    The Centre was updated in 2011 and now offers a larger, brighter space with a vibrant atmosphere. It is equipped with study carousels/tables, workspace, computer area, kitchen facilities and a lounge area.

    Students have access to academic advising, traditional elders, visiting speakers, tutoring, academic & cultural workshops, laptop/iPad loan program and lunch program.

    The Indigenous Student Centre's objectives are to ensure a smooth transition and a solid connection to Lambton College and cultural opportunities while providing ongoing support towards the successful completion of the student's program. Indigenous students can start their program with an optional College Ready orientation and then end it with an Indigenous Student Success Celebration in recognition of their hard work and an important milestone.

    Indigenous students can access this comfortable space where they can meet other Indigenous students, study or simply relax in a home away from home environment.

    Don't forget to self identify so you can connect to the Indigenous community at Lambton College.

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