|Motto||Freedom Through Knowledge|
|Location||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Colours||Blue & White|
|Affiliations||ACCC, BCCAA, CCAA, CBIE, CUP.|
Langara College is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and has more than 23,000 students. Programs were first offered in 1965 at King Edward Centre as part of Vancouver City College. The current site at 100 West 49th Avenue has housed the programs since 1970. The college was established as an independent public college on April 1, 1994. It takes its name from the neighbourhood in which it is situated, which in turn was named for Spanish Admiral Juan de Lángara.
The programs & courses are delivered in the following subject areas:
Langara College provides first and second year university level programs culminating in an associate degree, diploma, or certificate. Many students go on to complete degrees at universities across BC and Canada. Langara also offers four year degree programs in Nursing, Recreation Management, and Business Administration. 
There are approximately 30 industry-based career programs, several of which are four year baccalaureate degrees.
Over 500 Continuing Studies courses and 35 certificate programs are offered year-round.
Studio 58, Langara's Theatre Arts program, ranked within the Top 5 theatre schools in Canada in 2006. The school auditions hundreds of people across Canada but only sixteen students are accepted per semester. The school has around 72 students for both its three year acting program, and two year production program.
Langara's intercollegiate athletic program is one of the top college athletic programs in Canada. Langara is a member of the British Columbia Colleges' Athletic Association (BCCAA) and the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA). In 1999, Langara College was the runner-up for the Overall CCAA Sport Supremacy Award for their athletic achievements between the years of 1974 and 1999.
The Langara's Students' Union (LSU) is an independent student union. The offices of the LSU are located in the New Student union building, above the coffee shop.
Student Media at Langara is served by two outlets: The Voice and Voter Funded Media. The Voice is operated by the College's Journalism program and is a member of CUP. Voter Funded Media is a new media initiative that the Langara Students' Union is currently implementing. The Gleaner, another of the college's media outlets, has become defunct since late 2007 and its future state is uncertain.