|The National Committee of the Land of Israel approves the establishment of an instructional center for training Physical Education teachers and instructors.
|The Committee passes a decision to call the center the Orde Charles Wingate Teachers Seminary for Physical Education.
|The Seminary (the original format of the College) is established. The first one-year program opens in Tel Aviv.
|The Seminary program is expanded to two years.
|The Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sport is opened.
|The Seminary moves to the Wingate Institute grounds, by decision of the Ministry of Education.
|The Seminary program is expanded to three years.
|Tel Aviv University recognizes studies at the Seminary as one major for B.A. studies.
|Haifa University recognizes studies at the Seminary as one major for B.A. studies.
|The College building, financed in part by the Zinman family, is inaugurated.
|The Seminary name is changed to the Zinman College of Physical Education at the Wingate Institute. The Zinman name was added to honor the philanthropist.
|The Israel Government grants the College permission to become an institution of higher education.
|The Israel Government grants the College accreditation as an institution of higher education.
|The first graduating class of the B.Ed. program receive their degrees from the Minister of Education and Culture.
|The Israel Council of Higher Education approves a joint Haifa University-Zinman College Master’s program.
|The first Master’s students commence their studies.
|The first graduating class of the Master’s program receive their degree: Master of Physical Education (M.P.E.).
|The Council for Higher Education approves independent M.P.E. studies at the College.
|The first class of M.P.E. studies at the College commences studies at the College.
|The Council for Higher Education accredits the College to offer an M.P.E. degree with a thesis and the College becomes the first college in Israel with an accredited Master’s degree program with thesis track in Physical Education.