The little book of realities. Student Links
Get ready, get set. Pre-semester checklist
5 Flexible study delivery 6
10 Campus Life 11 Campus services 12 Rights and Responsibilities 13 Langara Students’ union 14 Transportation
Congratulations on becoming a Langara student! Student Links is your quick guide to services and opportunities available to you on campus as well as your rights and responsibilities as a student. Use this checklist to ensure your start at Langara is smooth sailing. Update your contact
Make sure your contact information
Langara. It allows you to: ·· Access the Langara Library
and check your Langara e-mail
·· Write cheques at the Bookstore
frequently. The College uses these
·· Take advantage of student
channels to officially communicate
discounts around town
with the Langara community, especially in case of emergencies such as snow closures.
information before you get your
Langara College 100 West 49th Avenue Vancouver, BC, V5Y 2Z6 www.langara.bc.ca
Your Student ID is your passport to
on myLangara is up-to-date
TIP: Update your contact
get your Student ID
U-Pass and Student ID.
Your free Student ID can be obtained via Instructional Media Services (IMS) located in the southwest corner of ‘C’ Building. Check the IMS website for scheduled Photo ID sessions. Replacement cards cost $10. TIP: Before you get your Student ID,
paY your fees
make sure you:
Don’t get dropped from your courses.
·· Pay all of your student fees
Make sure you pay all your fees
·· Know your student number
before the published semester
·· Bring one piece of photo ID
deadline. Read the Registration Guide and Course Schedule available online or in print for more information. TIP: Fee deferrals are available to students who: ·· Have been approved for BC/
Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube. Get the latest on what’s going on
advance of the tuition due date
hardship ·· Have been approved for sponsorship funding
For more information contact Financial Aid at 604.323.5376.
Langara is on Facebook,
Canada Student Loans in ·· Are experiencing financial
get your U-Pass
register for New
get credits for classes you’ve already taken
U-Pass is a universal student transit
If you have studied at another recognized post-secondary
program that gives you 3-zone
Get prepared for classes by taking
school, completed the International Baccalaureate
unlimited access to TransLink
part in this fun and informative
Diploma, or passed an Advanced Placement Examination,
Bus, SkyTrain, and SeaBus services
event. Enjoy a FREE BBQ, music,
you may be eligible for college credit. For details or
throughout Metro Vancouver as
and entertainment and take the
additional information go to www.bctransferguide.ca or
well as discounts on the West Coast
contact the Registrar’s Office.
Express. To get your U-Pass, visit the U-Pass Printing Station in the Langara Students’ Union Building. Check the U-Pass website for exact dates. TIP: Before you go to get your U-Pass make sure you: ·· Pay all of your student fees ·· Know your student number ·· Bring one piece of photo ID
pick up your textbooks Once you’ve registered for classes, myLangara will automatically generate a list of textbooks you need. Log on to the portal, visit the myCourses tab, go to the Textbooks Tool and select the appropriate semester.
·· Learn more about life as a Langara student ·· Get info on student services and resources ·· Meet other new students ·· Go on a guided campus tour TIP: Make sure you register early, as space is limited. To register, log on to myLangara. Complete the registration
TIP: Avoid long line-ups and get your books early! Best times to visit the
A prerequisite is a requirement that must be fulfilled before registration is permitted in some courses. It can be a secondary or post-secondary course that needs to be completed or a placement/diagnostic test.
in the Registration Guide and Course Schedule or on the College website.
Tell your parents about parent orientation
Do your parents want to learn more about your transition to Langara? Have them join us for an information-packed event to hear from instructors and current students, tour the campus, and ease event go to the College website.
visit the Bookstore website.
Check your course prerequisites
You can find course specific prerequisite information
are available through the Langara
policies on returns and buy back,
and bring it with you.
their minds. To learn more about this
listing of books available, as well as
make sure you get the credit you deserve by applying to the
form and make sure to print your ticket
Most textbooks and courseware College Bookstore. For a complete
TIP: Transfer credits are not automatically assigned, so
TIP: Make sure they register early, as space is limited. Visit the “For Parents” section of the College website for more information.
TIP: If you don’t have a specific prerequisite for a course, you may need to have your background in the subject area, current abilities, and future needs assessed. Currently, Langara offers the following diagnostic tests: ·· Chemistry Diagnostic Test ·· Langara English Test (LET) ·· Math/Stats Diagnostic Test ·· Physics Diagnostic Test
Check with the Registrar’s Office for more information. Check Important Dates Make sure you check the Registration Guide and Course Schedule or the website for upcoming important dates such as payment and class withdrawal deadlines, final exam period, etc.
Bookstore are the week before the semester starts or early in the morning.
The College of Higher Learning.
How do I check my progress? Academic Life
Depending on your educational and career
goals, you can earn a variety of credentials
Check out one of Langara’s learning
Need an official transcript? You can
centres for free tutoring and
order one online through myLangara
or visit the Registrar’s Office. Fees are
at Langara such as bachelor’s or associate degrees, diplomas, certificates, citations, and post-graduate certificates. As you start your academic life at Langara, there are a few things to keep in mind.
For help with Math and Science courses check out: ·· Biology Help Centre – check online for location ·· Chemistry Help Centre – check online for location
Academic Standing To maintain good academic standing, you must receive a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 1.5 each semester. If your average is less or you receive more than two failing grades, you will be advised to contact the Counselling Department to discuss educational concerns. For more information, read the Langara College Academic
·· Mathematics and Statistics Activity Centre – C209 ·· Physics Help Centre – check
posted on the website. Please allow five working days for processing. Visit the Registrar’s Office website or call 604.323.5241. TIP: If you just want an unofficial transcript, you can print it from your myLangara account or get it from the Registrar’s Office.
online for location ·· Computing Science and Info Systems Help Centre – check online for location
Standing – Academic Probation and Suspension Policy on
For help with writing, check out the
the College website.
Writing Centre located in room C210. The centre can help you:
Did you know Langara also has a great Continuing Studies Department?
They offer more than 700 courses and 40
certificate programs in a
·· Improve your writing
wide variety of creative,
Interested in comparing your courses with the graduation
·· Understand what academic
requirements of a program? You can do that through myLangara. Simply go to the Student Main Menu, click on Student Records, and then select Graduation Evaluation.
readers expect ·· Develop confidence and overcome any fear of writing ·· Learn to apply structures that
TIP: You should apply for graduation through the Registrar’s Office in the semester you expect to complete your program. To receive your credential at the annual June graduation ceremonies, make sure you apply before March 15.
will clarify meaning
designed to fit into busy schedules and enable you to achieve your
tutorials, handouts prepared by
faculty, reference books, computers,
and personal goals.
workshops on various topics.
Check the Continuing Studies website or pick
up a Continuing Studies
If a course isn’t working out for
Catalogue for more
you, you can discontinue it by using myLangara. For more information on withdrawing or withdrawal deadlines, please see the Registration Guide and Course Schedule published each semester.
subjects. Courses are
Resources include: one-on-one
self-study tools, and small-group
social, and business
Study options. Flexible study delivery
Distance Learning Can’t make it to campus? Do you have an irregular work or home schedule? Take an online course or choose a guided independent study option and make the world your classroom. Online courses let you interact with instructors and classmates using the web and Blackboard, Langara’s online course software. To get the full list of online options check the Registration Guide and Course Schedule or visit the College website. Guided independent study options are offered in some subject areas such as: Chinese, Communications, English, French, Greek, Latin, Psychology, and Spanish. Please contact relevant departments for more information. Cooperative Education Want to get work experience while attending school? Consider Co-op. You’ll be able to integrate academic studies with practical career-related work experience. You can alternate terms of full-time classroom study with terms of full-time employment to gain experience in your field of interest. External Studies Earn credits while traveling to exotic places. External studies combine the rigors of academic studies with real-world experience. Earn course credits by taking an art history tour of Europe or working on a dig with the Archeology Field School. For a full list of programs, visit the College website.
The College of Higher Learning.
Advocacy, support, and assistance. Student Services
Starting college is a big step. Langara offers
a range of student services to help you get
To request accommodation or
Need a health consultation?
services, make an appointment with
Langara College Health Services
the Disability Services Office and
provide confidential health
provide the appropriate medical
services to the College community.
documents. They can help to arrange
It provides a full range of care
support services on a case-by-case
including immunization, Pap Tests,
basis. Make sure you contact them
screening for STDs, and affordable
as soon as possible as some services
birth control. A psychologist and
such as Sign Language Interpreters
psychiatrist are available on a part-
and Typewell Services may take
time basis. The clinic is open Monday
up to six months to arrange. With
to Friday, 8:30 am-4:00 pm and closed
requests received less than three
between 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm. For more
months prior to the start of the
information, call 604.323.5256 or visit
semester, every reasonable effort will
the College website.
the most out of your educational experience. We’re here to help. Aboriginal Services For advocacy with your band, tribe, or sponsoring agency or help transitioning to college life, contact the Services for Aboriginal Students Manager (604.323.5645 or email@example.com) or make an appointment with an Aboriginal Liaison Counsellor (604.323.5221) for confidential educational, personal, and/or career counselling. Childcare The Langara Child Development Centre runs a full-time inclusive day-care centre for children ages 18-months to
be made to arrange the requested accommodations, but availability cannot be guaranteed.
As a full-time student, you have medical and dental insurance coverage through the Langara
5-years. Priority placement is given to student families.
Please contact 604.323.5509 or
Students’ Union (LSU). For more info
For more information call 604.323.5535 or visit the College
visit room B139 to schedule an
please contact StudentCare at
appointment. Visit the Disability
Services section of the website for Counselling
more information and important
Get confidential career, educational, and personal
counselling through the Counselling Department. Make
What is alumni? How do I become one?
Complete 30 credits and
an appointment Monday through Friday, call 604.323.5221,
or drop in if it’s an emergency or for short consultations.
The Financial Aid Department can
you’re considered alumni.
help you figure out ways to reduce
As an alumnus, you’re
financial barriers. They can assist
entitled to a variety of
The department also provides: ·· Designated counsellors for international students, students with disabilities, and Aboriginal students ·· Self-service Career Resource Centre offering online and on-shelf college and university calendars, career literature, and info on labour market trends ·· Student Success Workshops on study skills, stress
you with information on bursaries, scholarships, emergency loans,
perks and benefits. Visit
grant programs, student loans, work
the Alumni Relations
assistance programs, and various
section of the website
other financial aid programs.
to get a full listing of
For more information, visit
benefits, events, and
·· Info on College programs, courses, and policies
the Financial Aid website, call
·· Off-campus referrals
604.323.5376, or drop by room B113.
news. Make sure to stay
management, career planning, etc.
Information and Educational
employment opportunities and Resources
The International Education
There are on-campus short-term work opportunities and
To get help with on-campus
Department (located in Room A107)
co-operative education work terms available. Langara
computer or myLangara issues,
can help you integrate and adjust
offers a range of services and opportunities including
contact IETS by using one of the
to campus life with a variety of
career counselling and resume help.
computer lab phones and calling
relevant, innovative, top-quality
local 5999, phoning 604.323.5999,
programs and support services.
Technology Services (IETS)
or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. They manage computer resources across the campus. Visit the IETS website for more
Short on cash? Many departments at the College are
Visit the College website or call
looking for part-time student help. Contact Financial
604.323.5023 for more information
Aid, demonstrate financial need, and become part of the
about the many IE programs and
services, such as Langara PLUS.
info on: ·· Accessing the web while on
Student Work Assistance Program (SWAP)
Library Need help looking for a particular
·· Wireless access around campus
book or researching your term
·· Computer use policies
paper? Looking for a great place to
·· Computer labs and lab schedules
study or meet up on campus? Drop
·· Printing on College printers
by the Langara College Library. You can access a huge collection of books,
To qualify, you need to be: ·· A Canadian citizen or permanent resident ·· Enrolled in a minimum of nine credits (or a minimum of six credits if you have a disability and are registered with Langara College Disability Services)
Returning students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0. The program is open to all qualified students.
Instructional Media Services
journals, magazines, newspapers,
Contact Financial Aid at 604.323.5376 or visit the website
Instructional Media Services can
databases, and audiovisual materials.
for more information.
Still can’t find what you’re looking
for? Ask a librarian. Contact them in
Want to learn how to write effective resumes, network for
person, by phone (604.323.5462),
employment, and interview for success? Need to access
online, or via e-mail.
a job search engine? Visit the Student tab in myLangara
assist you with Student IDs and production of materials for class presentations and assignments. They also offer access to equipment such as VCRs; slide, film, and video film projectors; and audiocassette
Not on campus? You can still use
players for class projects. For more
the Library. It’s accessible 24/7 via
information, call 604.323.5309, drop
by room C265, or visit the College
your essays and assignments online by:
·· Accessing thousands of magazines, journal articles, and
for information and resources including access to the Langara Workopolis Campus website. Find postings for summer employment, part-time jobs for students, and full-time positions after graduation. Also don’t miss the annual Career Fair, which is held on campus every spring!
e-books ·· Finding schedules for library research classes and online tutorials ·· Linking to e-mail and AskAway (online) chat reference help
Learn effective research skills. Take advantage of the Library’s foundations class in library research concepts.
The College of Higher Learning.
Your compass around campus. Student Wayfinder
Students’ Union Building
Advanced Education Media Acquisition Centre
Bicycle Repair Shop
Binding and Faxing Services
Deans of Instruction Offices
18-months to 5-year old programs
Division Chair Offices
Design Formation Studios
Facilities and Purchasing
G103 and G109 Classrooms
Fine Arts Studios
Information & Educational Technology Services (IETS)
BC College and Institute Library Services
Book Buy Back
Communications and Marketing
Education Technology Centre
Langara Students’ Union Office (LSU)
Meeting Rooms Reception Office
Services for Aboriginal Students
Vice-President Academic and Provost’s Office
Private Group Study Areas Study Spaces
Vice-President of Administration and Finance’s Office
International Education Journalism Labs
Student Accounts U-Pass Office Wireless Internet
Instructional Media Services (IMS)
Duke’s Gourmet Cookies & Cappuccino
Math/Stats Activity Centre
Dave Pearson Native Student Centre
Starbucks Wireless Internet
LSU Health and Dental Plan Ombudsperson Student Lounge Space Wireless Internet
‘A’ building ‘B’ Building
Students’ Union Building
COLLEGE MAIN ENTRANCE
LIBRARY AND UNDERGROUND PARKADE
SHIPPING & RECEIVING
LANGARA GOLF COURSE
MS Free motorcycle and scooter parking B
Free bicycle racks
SB Secure bicycle lockup
B B LANGARA CARPOOL
SHORT TERM / VISITOR PARKING
PARKING RATES Long-Term (Daily) YELLOW (Outdoor) Emergency Call
for 4 hours for all day (until lots close)
Free on weekends Short-Term (Visitor) Parking $1.25 ..............................................
100 West 49th Avenue Vancouver BC Canada V5Y 2Z6
per 1/2 hour
The College of Higher Learning.
Fun things to do on campus. Campus Life
Looking for something more competitive? Langara’s
Want to make an impact on
Clubs are a great way to meet new
varsity teams, the Falcons, have racked up an impressive
the College? Become a student
people. For a full list of clubs, please
number of titles over the last three decades in men’s and
representative on the Langara Board
contact the Office of the Dean of
women’s badminton, basketball, and soccer. Try out for a
of Governors, which is responsible
Student Services or view the list
spot on one of the teams or cheer them on by catching a
for the strategic direction and
online through myLangara.
management of the College. You can
Contact the Athletics department at 604.323.5652 or visit www.langara.bc.ca/athletics for more information. Intramural Sports Into sports? Whether you’re looking for a recreational activity or a more competitive intercollegiate experience, visit the Langara Athletics and Intramurals Department in room G008 in the Gym for info. Basketball, badminton, volleyball, tennis, indoor soccer, etc., are the available activities and vary from semester to semester. It’s a great way to meet new people, relax, and get some exercise. Suggestions are always welcome. For more information check www.langara.bc.ca/athletics.
also become a student representative
on Education Council, which is
Studio 58, Langara’s professional
responsible for policies concerning
theatre training program, presents
student evaluation, withdrawal,
four full-length plays and two “Risky
academic standing, appeals,
Nights” projects between October
grading, awards for excellence, and
– April each year. Take advantage
curriculum content. Elections are
of the student pricing or one of the
held every semester (concurrently
FREE preview performances and
with the elections for the Langara
check out a show. Contact Studio 58
at 604.323.5227 for details.
Student representative positions on Langara Council, which is responsible for making recommendations to the President regarding the development of College policy, procedure, and practices, are appointed by the Langara Students’ Union. For more information, contact the Registrar’s Office.
Other life essentials. Campus services
Printing & Photocopying
An Automated Teller Machine
Copy card operated self-service laser
Need somewhere to store your stuff? Both the gym and
(ATM) is located in the main lobby
printers are located throughout the
the Langara Students’ Union rent lockers for a minimal
of ‘A’ Building.
campus. Printer copy cards may be
fee on a semester-by-semester basis. Space is limited so
purchased in the Library or from a
make your request as early as possible.
dispensing machine across from the
Make sure to familiarize yourself
cafeteria in ‘A’ Building.
with the evacuation routes posted in each classroom. If you experience or encounter an emergency, use one of the “Panic buttons” strategically located around the campus or call local 4444 or 604.323.5270 for assistance. In case of emergencies, you’ll hear a two-stage alarm: ·· Warning bells (slow beat - 20
a semester-by-semester basis. Please see the Facilities
throughout the campus. Photocopies
Assistant in the gym equipment room for details.
are 10¢ per page with a copy card or 15¢ per page when using coins. Food Services Are you hungry? You have several great choices. ·· Cafeteria (‘A’ Building) ·· Tim Hortons (‘A’ Building) ·· Starbucks (Library)
·· Duke’s Gourmet Cookies &
the building immediately
Cappuccino (Students’ Union Building) ·· Langara Cafe (Students’ Union
·· Bookstore (‘C’ Building)
the safety and security of everyone
·· Vending machines are located
centrally located across from the Bookstore. In case of emergencies, please call: ·· Local 4444 from any inside phone ·· 604.323.5270 (during office hours) ·· 604.562.1011 (outside office hours)
Langara Students’ Union Lockers can be rented on the first day of classes. A full locker rents for $8 per semester and a half locker rents for $7. An additional deposit fee of $9 is charged and will be refunded before the last day of final exams in each semester. Lost and Found Lost something on campus? Check the Lost and Found at the Information Kiosk, main lobby of the ‘A’ Building. Unclaimed items are held for one semester. For more info, call 604.323.5686.
Langara College is concerned about on campus. The Security Office is
Gym locker rental includes towel service. Rental is on
Photocopiers are also available
rings/minute) means prepare to ·· Continuous ringing means leave
throughout the campus
What’s Happening Around Campus?
There’s always something going on around campus. For up-to-date event information, visit the College website, myLangara, the “Events on Campus” bulletin information posted around campus or connect to us via social media.
In addition to responding to emergencies, Campus Security also provides an evening safe-walk service and publishes the Langara College Personal Safety Guide.
The College of Higher Learning.
What are my rights and responsibilities? Rights and Responsibilities
As a Langara student, it is your responsibility to be familiar with and abide by the policies and procedures outlined in the Registration Guide and Course Schedule, the Langara College Calendar, and on the website. Here’s a quick look at some of your basic rights and responsibilities.
Human Rights Your rights are important. We are committed to the principle that all members of the College community have the right to work and study in an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. The College prohibits discrimination based on any of the criteria listed in the BC Human Rights Code. Religious Holidays Do you require special consideration for holy days? Make sure you inform your instructor at least two weeks in advance of any alternate arrangements that you might need. ResponsibilitIes Attendance
You’re expected to attend all classes, lectures, laboratories, workshops, practicums, and seminars. Irregular attendance may result in your exclusion from classes. If absence is due to illness, you may be asked to submit a medical certificate. Conduct Langara College is committed to creating an environment that promotes scholarly activity. We achieve this by working together to create a community characterized by civility, diversity, free inquiry, and mutual respect. Copyright Langara College complies fully with copyright legislation. To learn more about how copyright affects you, read the Library’s Copyright Guide available on the Library website. Plagiarism Don’t plagiarize. The intentional or unintentional presentation of another’s words, images, and/or ideas as if it were your own is a serious breach of College policy.
Student power. Langara Students’ union
As a regular studies student, you are
automatically a member of the Langara
Need advocacy help? Access to
Need cheap transportation? As a part
office equipment? The LSU offers
of the LSU, you are automatically
a variety of services including
part of the U-Pass program. With a
free public phones, report binding,
U-Pass, you get unlimited access to
Directors elections held each semester, health
photocopying, faxing, use of office
TransLink Bus, SkyTrain, and SeaBus
and dental care, a U-Pass, as well as other
equipment, independent vendors,
services throughout the Metro
constituency centres, volunteer
Vancouver area as well as discounts
opportunities, student agendas,
on the West Coast Express.
Students’ Union (LSU). Your membership dues entitle you to vote in the LSU Board of
important services. For more information on the LSU contact 604.324.3881 or visit the LSU offices in the Students’ Union Building.
microwaves, locker rentals, bike lockers, bike repair shop, jumper cables, tax returns, and ombuds service. Health and Dental Plan
Regular Students’ Union Building Hours Mon-Thu
7:30 am to 7:00 pm
7:30 am to 4:45 pm
Summer Students’ Union Building Hours
As a full-time (9 or more credits) Langara student, you are entitled to health and dental insurance coverage. It’s part of the mandatory LSU StudentCare plan. Start in
The program is mandatory for all members of the LSU. The U-Pass fee is automatically added to your registration fees and must be paid in full before the fee deadline. Exemptions may be granted if exemption requirements are met and the necessary documentation is submitted by the exemption deadline.
September and you are automatically
For more information on the
enrolled in the plan. If you’re
planning for a January or May start,
exemption requirements, please visit
you will need to manually sign
www.langara.bc.ca/upass or contact the U-Pass coordinator at
7:30 am to 6:00 pm
yourself up for the plan.
7:30 am to 4:45 pm
Make sure you pay your plan fees
before the fee payment deadline to avoid being dropped from classes.
LSU Office Hours Mon-Thu
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 4:45 pm
Want cheaper books?
All fees should be directly paid to
Both the Langara
Langara. For more information,
Bookstore as well as
including opt-out criteria, contact StudentCare at 1.866.369.8796 or www.ihaveaplan.ca.
the Langara Students’ Union sell used books and have a used book buy back service. Visit the Bookstore or LSU for details.
The College of Higher Learning.
Getting here. Transportation
Get the most out of public transit by using your U-Pass!
Is biking more your thing? Check
Looking to save some gas money and
It’s the most economical way to get to campus and around
out the Ridgeway Greenway (37th
lessen your carbon footprint? Why
Avenue) or Ontario Bikeway. With
not carpool? You could qualify for a
special cyclist-priority crosswalks
dedicated carpool parking spot close
and speed controlled intersections
to the campus entrance. For more
they’re a convenient, healthy, and
information contact the Facilities
safe way to get to class.
and Purchasing Department. To
The campus is accessible via the following bus/SkyTrain routes:
There are bicycle racks all over
Canada Line SkyTrain
Langara-49th Station (at Cambie & 49th Avenue)
#49 Metrotown Station/UBC
Runs along 49th Avenue
#15 Cambie Street/ Downtown
Runs along Cambie Street
#3 Main Street/ Downtown
Runs along Main Street
campus but if you want something more secure, the campus also offers a locked bicycle cage. The cage is located in the underground parking beneath the Library/Classroom Building. Entrance is on the south side of the campus. The location is near the gym and offers easy access to showers and rental lockers.
find a carpool opportunity, visit the website. Parking Remember your stall number. The College parking lot operates on a pay-by-stall basis. To pay you’ll need to enter your stall number at any parking pay station located around campus, select the desired parking rate options, and follow the onscreen
Got a flat? There’s a compressed air
instructions. Payments can be made
hose station near the locked bicycle
by coin or by credit card.
cage in the underground parking.
If you’re looking for a more weather protected spot to park your car,
Be careful if you park off campus.
There is a 5-block “Resident Only Parking”
For more information on parking around campus, pick up a brochure from the Info Kiosk, the Security
Parking in front of
Office, or the Library.
may result in a City of Vancouver parking violation.
the Library/Classroom Building.
zone around the campus. a private residence
there’s underground parking beneath
To Lions Gate Bridge, North Vancouver, and West Vancouver ↑
Sea Bu D s Lo own ns da town le Q / ua y
West Broadway Centre
Commercial Drive/ Broadway Station
Queen Elizabeth Park
41st Ave. Oakridge Mall
Cambie Street Centre
Alderbridge Way Centre
Instructional Media Services
Lost and Found
LSU Health and Dental Plan
Main College Switchboard
Math & Stats Activity Centre
Langara campus nearest canada Line Station
Services for Aboriginal Students 604.323.5645
Child Development Centre (Day Care)
John Hendry Park
To Burnaby, Coquitlam, and Simon Fraser University ↑
To Point Grey, Pacific Spirit Park, and University of British Columbia ↓
Athletics & Intramurals
Popular bus route Seabus route
Security (outside office hours)
SOS (Support Our Students) Campaign
Student Photo ID
transfer Station Park
Shopping and food
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To Richmond and Ladner ↓ To Delta and Surrey
the coLLege of higher LeArning.
This is not just a college. It’s a springboard. It’s a catalyst. It’s conversations instead of lectures. Students instead of numbers. A compass to help you navigate the great beyond. It’s not the start, nor the finish. It’s a makeover for your mind. This is Langara. The college of higher learning.
Published on Aug 31, 2010