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    COVID Safety Protocol

Student Services Plan

  • Introducing Hybrid Services

    Although COVID has posed many restrictions and it has caused everyone to rethink how they interact, learn and communicate, it also allowed Lambton College to see the benefits of providing virtual services.

    During the 2020-2021 academic year, our services areas noticed that more people were accessing services and many students who wouldn’t normally feel comfortable booking face-to-face appointment embraced the online services.

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      Noticeable decrease in no-show appointments for Counselling, Accessibility and Tutoring

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      Increase in online and curbside pick-ups from our Campus Shop

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      Reduced geographical barriers made Educational Pathways more accessible for students

    As we look forward to the future, it is clear, incorporating hybrid services into our new normal is important – it allows students to access what they need, when they need it most.

    Current students should visit mylambton.ca to see how each service area is adjusting to provide hybrid services. If you’re a student who is thinking about applying to Lambton College and would like to learn more about hybrid services, please contact info@lambtoncollege.ca.

    Health & Safety

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    As the provincial guidelines continue to be updated, we will continue to adjust our COVID protocols on campus. Students are encouraged to continue to visit our Visiting the Campus page for updates to how students, guests and employees can access the campus and what they need to do to adhere to the college safety guidelines.

    For now, you can review the Roadmap to Reopening (PDF) for the next steps.

    Student Experience

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    As the province moves forward with its plan to reopen, we will also be creating a plan to incorporate more and more student activities on campus.

    For the most up-to-date information, we encourage students to visit:

    Program Delivery Formats

    Student in Residence

    For all information about how your program will be offered this Fall and how you should prepare, please visit the Program Delivery Format page. Each program page on our website also includes specific information for how Term 1 of that program will be delivered.

    If you are an upper year student, you can find program delivery information by visiting the Program Delivery page on myLambton.

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