• Tours & Program Advising

Explore the Campus

  • In-Person Tours Temporarily Cancelled

    Unfortunately, due to the campus access restrictions as a result of COVID-19, we are unable to host in-person tours. 

    During this time, we will still be available by phone or text and will also have face-to-face appointments via Microsoft Teams.

    You can also take a Virtual Tour on our website.


  • Researching programs and deciding what you want to study when you get to college is only half the battle.

    Once you've narrowed your focus to a few programs, we suggest taking a visit to see how Lambton College feels on the inside.

    Tours come in all shapes and sizes - take advantage of one of our more personalized options: 

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      Program Advising

      Maybe before you tour the college or even after, you might need a little more help deciding what program is really the right fit.

      We are always available to answer program-related questions and we can also assist you with the application process and finding financial options to fund your future.

      Contact us for a Program Advising appointment.

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      College Tours - TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE

      We offer a number of ongoing drop-in tours but we also encourage students to book a tour in advance so we know what program you're interested in.

      Once we know what you're considering, we can make sure to take you to all the places that might be of interest to you. We also provide tours of residence and our fire school upon request.

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      Student for a Day - TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE

      Let us know what program(s) you're considering and we will set you up with a student for a day. You can walk along side a Lambton College student, attend classes, participate in activities and really get a feel for what a day in the life at Lambton College looks like.

      This is a great way to ask some candid questions of students who are actually doing the work and of faculty who are actually teaching the courses.

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