At Lambton College, we understand that success isn't just about top grades, but it is also about physical and emotional well being. To help make the transition to College easier, our students have access to:
- On-Site Counsellors
- Health Professionals
- Outreach Programs
- Support Groups
Personal & Mental Health Counselling
Available to all full-time and part-time students by appointment. Three on-site counsellors assist students with any personal issues they may encounter while at school.
Academic & Career Counselling
Available to all prospective, full, and part-time students and allows students the opportunity to find out how they can change their mind without starting over. Our counsellors can help align students with a career field that truly suits their future aspirations as well as their personal passions.
Workshops, Group Counselling, Staff and Faculty Consultation
These services are available by appointment. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health & Wellness Centre
Our Health & Wellness Centre includes a full-time registered nurse who is available throughout the weekdays and casual nurses. Students can also make appointments with a Nurse Practitioners who visits the college weekly.
Mental Health Supports
Lambton College is proud to provide many free services to students to support their mental health and well being. Explore the resources available and find out what is right for you.
Looking for a Connection?
Students can access our Peer Wellness program that offers peer-based support, and the Student Administrative Council offers clubs and activities.
Looking for Support?
Students can access Academic, Personal, and Career counselling services throughout their time at Lambton College.
Looking for a Population-Specific Connection?
Students can access the Accessibility Centre, the International Education Centre, the Indigenous Student Centre, and the Gender & Sexuality Alliance student group which supports the 2SLGBTQ+ community.