Celebrate with us.

Every anniversary needs a celebration. At Langara, we want to make sure we have a celebration fitting for our 49th year. It means a 18-month celebration, lots of cake, and you, our community, coming out to celebrate with us. 

Reconnect with former classmates and instructors. Let’s commemorate nearly five decades of education, community impact, and student success together. Be part of the celebration! 

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  • 49 Facts — NO. 11

    In 2016 Langara was given the name snəw̓eyəɬ leləm̓ by the Musqueam people, which means “house of teachings” in the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language. Langara was the first public post-secondary institution in BC to be honoured with an aboriginal name by a BC First Nation.

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  • Celebrating years of inspiration, hard work, compassion and possibilities. Congratulations Langara. – Claude Painter
  • The creative, innovative, and meaningful work of the Faculty of Arts. – Julie Longo
  • Thank you Langara for always being the soul that I have been looking for throughout my life. Life never seemed as beautiful as it is now after joining Langara. – Ishant Goyal
  • Beautiful diversity of the campus and students, and the phenomenal success of Langara alumni. – Kristi Delorme
  • Langara's unique place and identity in higher learning in the lower mainland, after so many years. – Michael Fox
  • I'm celebrating at the Trek and Pep Rally - already registered! – Laura Cullen
  • I will celebrate YOU. 49 is a perfect square (meaning 49, 7 to the power of 2). This college celebrated only 7 of them, but there are plenty of perfect things we can celebrate with our students and faculty. – Nora Franzova
  • Langara's excellent theatre program and the carving for reconciliation course was magnificent. I was impressed with instructors and support staff. Thank you, there's always more to study. – Amelia G
  • I'm celebrating being in a place that has positively contributed to so many people's lives. – Chris Arnold-Forster
  • I'm celebrating... 1991-2018... dating back to our separation from VCC in 1994.... – Ian McBain
  • I'm celebrating a world class institution that has been a stepping stone for me to reaching my goals and dreams. – Noor Kesbeh
  • I'm most excited to celebrate the people with whom I work - the IE family - and have the privilege to serve - our international students! – Teresa Brooks
  • Langara's footprint in the community over the last 49 years. Also, to hear the story of Langaran alumni that will attend events. – Andy Dhillon
  • How I have seen the things we do and the way we care transform the lives of so many students. It is uplifting and warms my heart. – Brian McGibney
  • Seeing members of the Langara Chicken Hawks who played in the 1972 BC Winter Games (Brother Ron included). I was also the proud President of the Langara Commerce Club and would like to see other members. (1972) – Terry Sadler
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    Get your limited-edition Beyond 49 clothing online. Also available for purchase from the Langara Bookstore.

    49 Facts — NO. 11

    In 2016 Langara was given the name snəw̓eyəɬ leləm̓ by the Musqueam people, which means “house of teachings” in the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language. Langara was the first public post-secondary institution in BC to be honoured with an aboriginal name by a BC First Nation.