Welcome Adult Learners

  • It's never too late to apply to college and change your career path. At Lambton College, we can help get you started on your educational journey whether you've been out of school for one year or 40 years.

    What is a Mature Student?

    Don't fear the term "mature student" or "adult learner"; all that means is that you have been out of high school for at least one year, you're 19 years of age or older and may or may not have a high school diploma. These terms could apply to a variety of applicants. Want to learn more about Mature Student Assessments?

    Easing into Adult Education

    At Lambton College we are committed to making your transition to college as smooth as possible. We are available in-person, online, and on the phone. Schedule an in-person Program Advising appointment with our Enrolment Team for a personalized one-on-one to answer your questions and get assistance with the application process.

    Not sure where to begin? Attend a Return to Learn info session and we'll start you on the path to post-secondary education. A Return to Learn info session is specifically designed to meet the needs of adult learners. You'll meet our enrolment team, Financial Aid officers, faculty and support staff to ensure your adult education journey is a success.

  • We'll pay the $95 college application fee at Return to Learn info sessions

  • Have Additional Questions?

    If you have more questions or concerns about applying to college as a mature student, contact the counselling department at counselling@lambtoncollege.ca or at 519-542-7751 x 3412.

    Academic counsellors can assist you with Mature Student Assessments, Prior Learning Assessments and finding a path that's right for you.

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