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The CDI College Surrey campus is located near the Scott Road SkyTrain station. With numerous shops and cafes nearby, students need not travel far for a quick bite or a cup of coffee to help them through the day.

The large campus is hosts a variety of programs. No matter what career path you choose, the Surrey campus can help you get there. 
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Map and Directions
The community of Surrey is considered a gateway to the Metro Vancouver region. The campus sits on major bus routes and is accessible by SkyTrain to make your commute to school a simple one.
11125 124th St.
Suite #100
Surrey, BC 
V3V 4V2

Programs offered at Surrey campus

About Surrey

Things to do in Surrey
Despite the close proximity to Vancouver, Surrey stands on its own as a bustling metropolis on the southeast shore of the Fraser River. As the second largest city in British Columbia, Surrey offers shopping, arts and cultural events, outdoor recreational opportunities, sporting events, concerts, and much more. Just a quick trip from downtown Vancouver by car or SkyTrain, this accessible city attracts locals and tourists to community events all year-round.

Nicknamed the "City of Parks", the city of Surrey has more than 5680 acres of dedicated parkland. Ride the miniature train or explore the trails and salmon-bearing streams at Bear Creek Park. Wander through the Roseholly Gardens or visit the central water garden at Holland Park. Go fishing at Green Timbers Urban Forest or walk among the towering trees at Redwood Park.

Cyclists love to ride the trails at South Surrey Bike Park while hikers really enjoy a trek on the Semiahmoo Trail. A visit to Crescent Beach isn't complete without a stroll along the Ocean Park Shoreline Walk. Blackie Spit and Mud Bay Park are ideal for bird-watching.

Surrey has something for everyone when it comes to sports and recreation. There are seven major golf courses including the scenic Morgan Creek Golf Course, and Northview Golf and Country Club, host of the PGA tour from 1996 to 2002. Check out a Surrey Eagles hockey game at the South Surrey Arena. Or have a blast at the Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in May.

Catch a play, concert, or performance at the Bell Centre for Performing Arts, the Surrey Arts Centre in Bear Creek Park, or the Surrey Little Theatre. Visit the Surrey Art Gallery to catch some contemporary works by local and international artists or check out the Mikelson Mind and Matter Gallery for unique paintings, soapstone carvings, and wood sculptures.

Surrey also hosts several festivals throughout the year. In April, the Vaisakhi Parade celebrates the Sikh faith and heritage. Spend July 1st at the Cloverdale Amphitheatre, home to Western Canada's largest Canada Day celebration. Celebrate international food and entertainment at the annual Fusion Festival. Meet established authors and learn about up-and-coming writers at the Surrey International Writer's Conference in October.

Shoppers are in for a treat in Surrey, home to Guildford Town Centre, the second-largest shopping mall in BC. Other shopping centres include Grandview Corners and South Point Exchange. Antique lovers can find a lot of treasures in Cloverdale. Surrey's Little India district is a great place to find beautiful saris and fabrics, tasty food, movies, and more.
Places to Volunteer in Surrey
Volunteering is a great way to build work experience, make friends, and make a difference in your community. Here are just a few of the Surrey organizations that may need your help:

  • Caring Hearts for Underprivileged Children Society
  • S.O.S. Children's Village British Columbia
  • Surrey Community Living Foundation
  • Opportunities Through Rehabilitation and Work Society
  • Cerebral Palsy Sports Association of BC
  • BC Disability Sports
  • Lower Mainland Down Syndrome Society
  • Vivek Educational Foundation of Canada
  • Surrey Public Library