Over 25 years of delivering exceptional education.



Stenberg College was originally established in 1990 by Mary Jane Stenberg.

 
 

In 2003, The Education Company Inc. (TEC) acquired Stenberg College.

TEC was established by an experienced group of educators who founded and operated The Center for Digital Imaging and Sound (CDIS) from 1979 to 2003. In addition to Stenberg College, TEC manages a number of other educational institutions across Canada including the Centre for Arts and Technology.

Stenberg opened our flagship campus in Surrey in 2004.

Conveniently located just steps from transit, our state-of-the-art facility houses classrooms and simulation labs.

 
 

In 2006 Stenberg launched our Registered Psychiatric Nursing program; the first combined delivery program of its kind in British Columbia.

In April 2008, the program produced its first graduating class of 28 successful graduates. Each of these graduates sat their registration exams (in various regions around the province) and the cohort achieved a 100% pass rate.

In 2010 Stenberg opened the Early Childhood Education satellite campus in Surrey.

Located within a childcare centre, this off-site classroom allows ECE students the opportunity to observe theory in practice.

 
 

In 2011 Stenberg’s Cardiology Technology Diploma program expanded nationally with the first out-of-province lab site in Alberta.

In 2014 Stenberg’s flagship campus in Surrey added a new wing with four new Health Care labs.

Used by our Practical Nursing, Medical Lab Assistant, Dispensing Optician and Health Care Assistant cohorts, these rooms hold simulation dolls, healthcare equipment and even an optical lab.

 
 

In 2016 Stenberg opened Vernon and Castlegar satellite campuses.

These campuses train Health Care Assistants and allow students to complete their studies and practicums in their home communities.

1990

Stenberg College was originally established in 1990 by Mary Jane Stenberg.

2003

In 2003, The Education Company Inc., (TEC) acquired Stenberg College.

TEC was established by an experienced group of educators who founded and operated The Center for Digital Imaging and Sound (CDIS) from 1979 to 2003. In addition to Stenberg College, TEC manages a number of other educational institutions across Canada including the Centre for Arts and Technology.

2004

Stenberg opened our flagship campus in Surrey in 2004.

Conveniently located just steps from transit, our state-of-the-art facility houses classrooms and simulation labs.

2006

In 2006 Stenberg launched our Registered Psychiatric Nursing program; the first combined delivery program of its kind in British Columbia.

In April 2008, the program produced its first graduating class of 28 successful graduates. Each of these graduates sat their registration exams (in various regions around the province) and the cohort achieved a 100% pass rate.

2010

In 2010 Stenberg opened the Early Childhood Education satellite campus in Surrey.

Located within a childcare centre, this off-site classroom allows ECE students the opportunity to observe theory in practice.

2011

In 2011 Stenberg’s Cardiology Technology Diploma program expanded nationally with the first out-of-province lab site in Alberta.

2014

In 2014 Stenberg’s flagship campus in Surrey added a new wing with four new Health Care labs.

Used by our Practical Nursing, Medical Lab Assistant, Dispensing Optician and Health Care Assistant cohorts, these rooms hold simulation dolls, healthcare equipment and even an optical lab.

2016

In 2016 Stenberg opened Vernon and Castlegar satellite campuses.

These campuses train Health Care Assistants and allow students to complete their studies and practicums in their home communities.