The cornerstone of Assumption College’s new building is laid and blessed by the Bishop of Detroit.
Assumption College officially opens and welcomes its first class of students. The Jesuits are named the administrators of the college with Fr. Pierre Point, SJ as the first superior. The Jesuits remain in control of Assumption College for seven months.
Under the leadership of Fr. Joseph Malbos, CSB, Assumption College is incorporated into Upper Canada later to be the province of Ontario.
The Order of St. Benedict (Benedictines) lead Assumption College for the next two years with Fr. Oswald Moosmueller, OSB as the new superior of the college.
Bishop John Walsh places Assumption College under the leadership of the Basilian Fathers. Fr. Denis O’Connor arrives to become the new superior remaining in this post for twenty years.
Assumption College’ Chapel is built in order to provide students with a place to worship.
St. Denis Hall is built to house Assumption College’s new gymnasium. The new facility is named in honour of Archbishop Denis O’Connor who passed away in 1911.
Assumption College becomes the largest affiliate college of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.
A new classroom building that would be later named Dillon Hall after Fr. Daniel Dillon, CSB is completed.
Fr. Stanley Murphy, CSB establishes the Christian Culture Series to connect the Church with the contemporary world.
Holy Names College under the direction of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary affiliates with Assumption College.
Nobel Prize Laureate, Sigrid Undset becomes the first Christian Culture Series Gold Medalist.
Army barracks are constructed at Assumption College in order to house returning troops from the World War II.
Assumption College is granted university powers and ends it affiliation with the University of Western Ontario. Shortly thereafter, Assumption affiliates with Essex College and Holy Redeemer College.
Essex College is established and offers programs in the sciences and affiliates with Assumption College.
Assumption College is formally granted armorial bearings from His Grace the Earl Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk.
Assumption College officially changed its name to Assumption University of Windsor.
In the year of its centennial, Assumption University signed a historic affiliation agreement with Canterbury College becoming one of the first Roman Catholic universities in the world to formally affiliated with an Anglican college.
Assumption University acquires the residence for female students and renames the building Electa Hall in honour of Sister Mary Electa, SNJM first dean of Holy Names College.
The University of Windsor is established with Assumption University has its sole federated institution. Fr. E.C. LeBel, CSB becomes the first president of the non-denominational University of Windsor.
The Christian Cultures Series celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with Robert Rambusch, distinguished liturgical artist and war hero receiving the Christian Culture Series Gold Medal.
The Institute for Pastoral and Educational Ministry (IPEM) was established under the leadership Fr. Ulysses Paré, CSB and admitting a new cohort of students.
The Institute for Pastoral and Educational Ministry’s first class graduates from Assumption University.
Bishop Ronald Peter Fabbro, CSB becomes Assumption University’s new chancellor.
The Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Conflict is established through a generous one-million-dollar gift from the Jarislowsky foundation and a matching gift from the Basilian Fathers of Sandwich.
The Institute for Pastoral and Educational Ministry is renamed the Department of Theology.
Assumption University celebrates its sesquicentennial anniversary receiving a special blessing from Pope Benedict XVI.
Assumption University celebrates the Alumni of the Century Gala in its 155th year.
The Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute at Assumption University (CCBI-A) is established with Fr. Leo Walsh, CSB as its executive director.
Assumption University relaunches the Fr Joe Quinn, CSB Social Justice Series with a topic on the environment. The virtual event attracts over 1,600 students and teachers from elementary and secondary schools in the area.
Assumption University will celebrate its 165th anniversary will special festivities planned for the occasion.