Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Diversity & Equity

Make the most of your university experience. Check out how we can help with the links below.

Indigenous Student Development


Cplul’kw’ten is a friendly and inviting Indigenous centre that provides information on all aspects of university life and doubles as space to socialize, study or just take a break from your day. It is truly a home away from home.

Faculty of Student Development


TRU counsellors promote and support the career development, academic success and personal growth of all TRU students, and subject to availability, the career development of future students.



Student clubs and associations are coordinated by the TRU Students' Union.

Inclusive and Accessible Spaces

Use this page to locate inclusive and accessible spaces and places around campus.

TRU World

International Student Advisors

TRU's International Student Advisors (ISAs) provide personal counseling for international students both before your arrival in Canada and during your program.

Faculty of Student Development

Multi-Faith Chaplaincy

A Multi-Faith Chaplaincy on campus provides religious and spiritual care to the TRU community’s students, faculty and staff.

TRUSU Equity Commitee


The Equity Committee recognizes the inequities that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, or Queer (LGBTQ) students face in society and hosts a Pride Parade every September to address these equity issues.

Visit Cplul'kw'ten, a home away from home
Accept this pearl of wisdom from Chaplain Ahmed K.: Paying attention to all facets of your life is a crucial component of spiritual success
Connect with the Office of Student Affairs for services and supports such as academic conduct, academic integrity, Early Alert, student off-campus safety and more.
Practice smudging to purify your body or space
For more Diversity & Equity videos and many others visit the TRU YouTube page.
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