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Information Sessions are designed for Canadian or permanent-resident students. They may also be useful to international students who are able to self-register and/or interested in learning more about TRU.
If you have questions about these information sessions and/or want to learn more about your options, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 250-828-5006.
Arts, Science or Business (open admission) programs
Learn more about TRU’s open admission programs and our diverse pathways to learning, including: program majors, minors, admission requirements, undergraduate research opportunities, Co-operative Education, Study Abroad, and so much more!
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I’ve Applied, What Happens Next?
Congratulations! You’ve applied to TRU! What’s next? Learn more about your final steps to become a TRU student. We will explain how to prepare for course selection, how to pay your TRU tuition and fees, important dates and deadlines, scholarships and housing, and how and when to connect with an Academic Advisor.
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Money Matters: Financing Your Education
Financial support can be a combination of bursaries, scholarships, awards, work-study, loans and grants. TRU offers a comprehensive range of programs to assist students in financing their education, living expenses, and to recognize academic excellence.
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The Suite Life: Living on Campus
It is an absolutely amazing experience living on campus while studying at TRU, especially if this is your first time at university. Living on campus means being only minutes away from classes, enjoying easy access to campus and nearby recreational facilities, and belonging to a great, active community of other students from all across Canada and around the world.
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