Arts students succeed
TRU Arts graduates are doing great things with their degrees. Read their stories.
The anthropology program here has opened my eyes to a rich and beautiful world of different peoples. Lachlan Gonzales
It’s crazy not to have a great resumé when you graduate. Taylor Rae
With the guidance of the teachers here at TRU my work ethic improved, as did my English skills. Corey Cooper
I constantly pull from the skills and knowledge I obtained throughout my university career. Steven Lee
TRU’s program prepared me to be the best storyteller possible by helping me with writing, research, and critical thinking. Francesca Lucia
Once I understood the opportunity of being able to build my program, it was a no-brainer. Steve Shortt
For me, working at The Omega while studying at TRU was a way to practice what I learned in the classroom while getting a few bylines for my resumé. Jessica Wallace
My instructors didn’t just recognize my interest, they actively fostered my learning and growth in this area. Jessica Bowen
Psychology and the law in certain circumstances can actually intertwine. Natalie Paul
Not many universities have professors that are willing to take time out of their busy schedules and family lives to provide additional mentorship. James Semaschuk
The program is quite intimate, allowing the professors to really get to know their students and what their goals are. Skylar Nakazawa
Melanie Perreault graduated from TRU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2010. Her work has been presented in galleries in New York, Montreal and Kamloops.
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