Our Surrey campus is well-situated in the heart of Surrey. Right across the street from King George Station, the campus is easily accessible for both public transport commuters and drivers alike. There are several surrounding facilities, including Central City Shopping Centre, several different types of Grocery Stores, Banks, as well as department stores, medical facilities, dental clinics, and pharmacies. With Starbucks and many other coffee shops being right near King George Station, students can fuel up, quench their thirst, and feel energized before coming to class. There are also many different restaurants in the vicinity of the campus to help nourish your body and mind and feel satisfied for the long day ahead. Students can also take a well-deserved break and enjoy the fresh air and greenery at Holland Park, blow off some steam and complete their daily workouts at one of the many recreation centers nearby, as well as complete some homework and do the necessary research for assignments at Surrey’s Library. At Surrey Campus, you have everything you need at your fingertips. With quick access via Skytrain, anyone in the Greater Vancouver Area can comfortably attend and register at Acadia College and work towards their Diploma. Visit our “Commuter info” page for details about your commute and parking information for Surrey Campus.
Surrey is located in British Columbia, Canada, on the Lower Mainland just south of the Fraser River. Our city is a destination for families, individuals and businesses. We are a diverse community that speaks more than 100 different languages, and we are a growing city that welcomes about 1,000 new residents each month. Surrey is also a youthful city, with one-third of our population under the age of 19.The City of Surrey is a municipality in Metro Vancouver. We are the second largest city in the province, with a population of more than 500,000. Our population continues to grow and it is estimated to surpass Vancouver in population as the largest city in BC by 2041.
Welcome to Langley Campus!
Langley campus is situated on the airport grounds of Langley Regional Airport, where our aviation students can fully immerse themselves in the world of aviation. Langley Airport has some of the shortest runways in the lower mainland and the Fraser Valley area of British Columbia. Students who train here can take advantage of these relatively short runways and increase their flying skills by becoming experts in practicality and decision-making. Students can also enhance their background knowledge of aviation by visiting the Canadian Museum of Flight located right next door.With the Langley tower being relatively busy, students will experience enhanced radio communication proficiency, learn vital airmanship, and strengthen their decision-making skills. These are huge assets when moving to the world of commercial airliners. Langley Regional Airport is near many facilities, including hospitals, restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, banks, and malls. Students can sit and feel refreshed after a long flight with the many coffee shops located around the airport.Having many restaurants to choose from, students can grab a bite to eat before or after class to fuel up and feed their bodies and minds with the nutrition they need to keep going. At Langley Campus, we have everything needed to succeed. We are within walking distance of the bus stop, which offers quick access to the Skytrain. Anyone in the Greater Vancouver Area can conveniently attend Acadia College and work towards their desired Pilot Licences. Visit our “Commuter info” page for details about your commute and parking information for Langley Campus.
Langley is 45 kilometres (28 miles) east of the City of Vancouver in the beautiful agriculture-rich Fraser Valley. The Trans-Canada Highway runs through it, dissecting the northern part of the municipality from the south.The northern municipal boundary is the Fraser River; the southern boundary is the United States border. Our western neighbours are the City of Surrey and the City of Langley; our eastern neighbour is the City of Abbotsford. The western boundary is 196 Street (except where bordered by the City of Langley); the eastern boundary is 276 Street.The municipality was incorporated in Fort Langley in 1873, and is known as the “Birthplace of BC.” A community unlike any other, the Township of Langley is a place where the rich heritage of the past is combined with a vibrant vision for the future. Rural beauty is complemented by an energetic urban atmosphere. The municipality has a land mass of 316 square kilometres (122 square miles), and a population of over 126,000.