ZJNU began as Hangzhou Teachers Associate College in 1956, and through a process of mergers and name changes evolved into the Zhejiang Normal University we know today. Below are listed the major events in its history.
Hangzhou Teachers Associate College founded.
Name changed to Hangzhou Teachers College.
Zhejiang Education College merges with Hangzhou Teachers College to become Zhejiang Teachers College.
Zhejiang Teachers College relocated from Hangzhou, the provincial capital, to its current location in Jinhua.
Zhejiang Teachers College Jinhua Branch Campus merges with the main campus.
Name changed to Zhejiang Normal University (ZJNU).
Zhejiang Finance College merges into ZJNU.
Zhejiang College of Pre-school Education merges into ZJNU.
Jinhua Technical College for Locomotive Drivers merges into ZJNU.