Thompson Rivers University
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I've Registered for Courses. What's Next?

Pay tuition

Tuition and fees can be paid online at myTRU or at the Campus Cashier located in Old Main 1614.

Access Outlook email, networks

Do a practice run of logging into your Outlook email, the lab computers, the wireless network (Eduroam), Remote Access and Moodle. Your username is your TRU student ID (TRU ID). Need additional help? Stop by IT Services located in the computer labs in Old Main 1326.

Register for emergency TRU Alerts

If there’s a campus closure or an emergency, you’ll be among the first to know. Receive messages directly to your phone or email.

Have your books and course supplies?

Buy or rent? New or used? Get your books online or in person at the TRU Bookstore.

Student Card

Your student card, otherwise known as your Campus Card, is your TRU identification, your bus pass, your pass to discounts at various Kamloops businesses, and your free access to the Canada Games swimming pool and half-price admission to Tournament Capital Centre amenities.

Become familiar with TRU policies and regulations

Review the list of academic policies and regulations, including:

Course Attendance
Students are expected to attend the first class for each course in which they are registered. Registered students who do not attend the first two days of class and who have not made prior arrangements acceptable to the instructor may, at the discretion of the instructor, be considered to have withdrawn from the course and their course registration may be deleted and seat reassigned to another student.

Campus Life

Get involved through athletics, clubs, events, and more.

Athletics and Recreation
Show your WolfPack spirit with TRU’s 12 varsity and club teams, and stay fit with campus recreation sports and classes.

Student Clubs
Find your niche with over 80 clubs, from Aboriginal Drum Circle and the Saudi Club, to Pride and United Way Youth.

Events Calendar
Find out what’s happening around TRU or submit your event.

Attend orientation
Meet others in your classes and meet your profs. Orientation is a day of learning and fun with a BBQ, games, music, and prizes thrown in. Did you know TRU offers free drop-in fitness classes throughout the year? Or that student mentors and tutors are available to help with math, physics, psychology, writing, and a range of other subjects? Attend Orientation and learn more about what the campus has to offer.