Christian College in China established in Guangzhou.
Moved to Macau.
New campus set up at Kangle village of Guangzhou. Renamed Canton Christian College in English and adopted Chinese name Lingnan Xuetang.
Renamed Lingnan Xuexiao in Chinese after 1911 Revolution.
Began offering university-level programmes.
Renamed Lingnan Daxue in Chinese and Lingnan University in English. Chung Wing-kwong and Lee Ying-lam were elected as President and Vice-President.
Moved to Hong Kong after the fall of Guangzhou during anti-Japanese War and continued operation using the campus of The University of Hong Kong. School of Agriculture moved to Nam Tei of Tuen Mun.
Moved to Dacun village of Northern Guangdong Province.
Relocated to Kangle Campus of Guangzhou after World War II.
Lingnan University integrated with Sun Yat-sen University during the college and department adjustments of higher education in China.
Lingnan College established at Stubbs Road of Hong Kong.
Registered as approved post-secondary college.
Became a degree-conferring tertiary institution funded by the “University and Polytechnic Grants Committee”.
Conferred honours degrees for the first time.
Moved to Tuen Mun and committed to the provision of Liberal Arts Education. Prof Edward Chen Kwan-yiu became President. Started to offer Master of Philosophy Programmes.
Granted self-accrediting status
Acquired university status and renamed Lingnan University
Started to offer Doctor of Philosophy Programmes.
Introduced Integrated Learning Programme to enhance whole person development. Lingnan Institute of Further Education (LIFE) was established, and started to provide Associate Degree Programmes
Community College (CC) at Lingnan University was established. The University’s quality of teaching rated best among all the eight local tertiary institutions in a survey commissioned by the Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly.
The first local university to set up an Office of Service-Learning.
Research index ranked fourth among Hong Kong's universities in Research Assessment Exercise conducted by University Grants Committee.
Prof Chan Yuk-Shee became President.
120th Anniversary of the Founding of Lingnan University & 40th Anniversary of the Re-establishment of Lingnan University in Hong Kong.
Strategic Plan (2009-2012) formulated.
Report of a Quality Audit of Lingnan University released by Quality Assurance Council of University Grants Committee confirms that Lingnan is providing high-quality liberal arts education well aligned with the University’s mission.
The new academic building Simon & Eleanor Kwok Building opened.
Wong Hoo Chuen Hall and Wu Jieh Yee Hall opened.
Lingnan joined Global Liberal Arts Alliance.
Prof Leonard K Cheng became President.
Jockey Club New Hall opened. Achieved full accommodation for all undergraduates.
Lingnan University named a top 10 liberal arts college in Asia by Forbes.
Lingnan University's devotion to quality education commended in the Quality Assurance Council audit report.
Strategic Plan (2016-2022) formulated.
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