The exhibition will be held at the college on Thursday June 11 from 3 – 8pm.
It will display the latest plans from Bowmer & Kirkland, who were appointed by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to lead the design and construction, and give residents opportunity to meet the project team and comment on the proposals.
The campus was sold to the EFA two years ago and the new site will hold Lambeth College, as well as South Bank Engineering UTC, a school for teenagers between 14 and 18, and Trinity Academy, the free school which opened in temporary accommodation at the site in September 2015.
Community consultation for the new campus began in March and the EFA says it wants to show residents how the plans have progressed.
A spokesperson for the project said: “We are very keen to show the community how we have taken their feedback on-board to improve our plans for Brixton Hill.
“The campus is a fantastic opportunity for Brixton to see Lambeth College’s facilities improved, and to get two new educational institutions that will help young learners achieve their potential.”