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Thompson Rivers University

University Initiatives

Indigenization and The Coyote Project

Following up on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations, TRU is taking steps to make the university as inclusive and welcoming to Indigenous people as possible. There are Elders on campus in Kamloops and Williams Lake, mentoring programs and gathering places. The Coyote Project is a campus-wide effort to enhance and accelerate indigenization in ways that have meaningful impact. Read More

Chappell Family Building for Nursing and Population Health

TRU is addressing a shortage of skilled health care professionals who can meet the needs of diverse populations by expanding seats and programming through the $30.6 million Chappell Family Building for Nursing and Population Health. The state-of-the-art, 4550 square meter (49,000 square feet) facility houses the Health Care Assistant program, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and the Master of Nursing, and enable development of new certificate programs. Read More.

The Reach Neighbourhood at TRU

The Reach is a mixed-use development at TRU designed to create a university village with a walkable lifestyle. The Reach is developed by the Thompson Rivers University Community Trust (TRUCT). Read More.


Two years ahead of schedule, TRU was granted accreditation at the associate, baccalaureate, and master’s degree levels and is compliant with the standards, policies, and eligibility requirements of the NWCCU. Read More.

Strategic Enrolment Management (SEM)

SEM is a process designed to achieve and maintain optimal recruitment and retention of students within the academic context of the institution. It is an institution-wide responsibility touching on all aspects of the student experience to support TRU’s mission and student success. The Early Alert program for at-risk students, launched in 2016, is one of several new retention initiatives. Read more

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