Apr 10, 2019

Due to the closure of T Building, a number of classes, exams, services, and events have been relocated. Please see updates below.

T Building Remediation Update

Remediation work is progressing very well. We expect that the T Building will partially re-open later this month, and that all classrooms and labs will be ready for the start of the summer term on May 6. There will be some noise disruption as work continues towards the full re-opening early in the summer. We want to thank Langara’s Facilities team and the remediation contractors they have brought in for their excellent work on this important project.

Classes and exam relocations 

Classes have moved online, so contact your instructors for more information. Exams that were previously scheduled in T Building have been relocated. Please check your schedule for the latest details. If you require accommodations, please contact Accessibility Services

Please note the following services have been relocated to following locations: 

  • Registrar and Enrolment Services (RES) Front Counter: Continuing Studies counter in A Building (front counter near main entrance)
  • RES Advising Appointment Check-ins and Tour Check-ins: L109
  • Lost and Found: Campus Security
  • Nursing Lab: G103a
  • Office of Dean of Student Services: B204
  • Student Conduct & Judicial Affairs Drop-in: B204

Please note: RES hours will vary over the next couple of weeks. Please check their hours for the latest information. 

Event updates 

Some on-campus events have been rescheduled or postponed. Please refer to the Events calendar for up-to-date information.

Support for students and employees

We care about the well-being of our community and appreciate that students and employees may require support due to the events on April 1, 2019.

We would like to remind you of the following support that is always available:

If you did not get a chance to attend the Traumatic Event Support Sessions that were held on campus, here are the handouts (courtesy of Morneau Shepell):

We want to encourage you to make use of these supports for yourself and refer your classmates to them as needed.