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Online TRU events

The following events are being held for the TRU community:

Indigenous Awareness Week – Secwepemctsín language

February 25, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn some new words and phrases in the Secwépemc language (Secwepemctsín) from Marie Sandy.

Indigenous Awareness Week – Virtual round dance

February 26, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Enjoy the grand finale for this year's Indigenous Awareness Week with a virtual round dance via Vimeo Live Broadcast.

TRU Job Fair 2021—Wired for Career Success

March 2, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

TRU Job Fair 2021. Find out which employers are looking for volunteers, summer employment, part and full-time work.

TRU Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference

March 29, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

This research showcase will be asynchronous, however there may be an online, real-time lightning talk.

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It’s good to be here.

At Thompson Rivers University, student success is our priority. We empower our students to reach their goals with on-campus and online learning options, individualized student services, hands-on learning opportunities, and a diverse, inclusive environment.

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How to find us

A hub for travel, Kamloops is 3.5 hours from Vancouver, and a day’s drive from Calgary, Prince George, Victoria or Seattle.

From the Newsroom

Wendy Margett, MScES, at studying the invasive smallmouth bass at BC's Cultus Lake.

Provincial graduate scholarships support environmental research

Graduate students Wendy Margett, Chloe Howarth, Hannah Allen, and Breanne McAmmond have been awarded $15,000 BC Graduate Scholarships.

Pursuing dreams: Mother and daughter enrol at TRU

A mother and daughter living in Mumbai, India, are studying with TRU by distance until they can come over in person.

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Get the most out of your education despite the pandemic

Student Deborah Idogun shares how she's made the best of things during the pandemic.

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Thompson Rivers University campuses are on the traditional lands of the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops campus) and the T’exelc (Williams Lake campus) within Secwépemc'ulucw, the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwépemc. Our region also extends into the territories of the Stat’imc, Nlaka’pamux, Nuxalk, Tsilhqot'in and Dakelh peoples.

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