Diversity & Equity

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Indigenous Student Development

Cplul’kw’ten

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

Counselling

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.

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

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

TRUSU Pride

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.

Faculty of Student Development

LGBTQ2S+

Safety, inclusion and accessibility is a priority for all students. TRU is working towards advocacy and anti-discrimination efforts for the LGBTQ2S+ community on campus and beyond.

Faculty of Student Development

Intercultural Learning at TRU

TRU is a culturally diverse community. Faculty, staff, and students represent Indigenous, regional, national, and global communities.

TRU World

Field Schools

A TRU field school is a TRU course for credit or non-credit offered in another country.

The Equity Committee organizes activities to advance the Union’s vision of a society where every student can equitably access a high quality post-secondary education regardless of their gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious belief, political belief, or country of origin.

Faculty of Student Development

Global Competency Certificate

TRU Global Competency allows students to earn formal recognition for their intercultural and international experiences – from Study Abroad, to learning a second language, to volunteer work.

TRU World

Study Abroad

The Study Abroad program allows students to live and study in a different country for one or two semesters.

Faculty of Student Development

Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs works collaboratively with students, staff, faculty and community partners to guide and support students on their learning journey towards student success.

The Thompson Rivers University Students’ Union is a democratic, membership-based organisation.

Faculty of Student Development

Students' Rights & Responsibilities

TRU policies, academic regulations, academic appeals, and non-academic regulations.

Senate Standing Committee

Academic Integrity

Know your rights and the process of academic integrity.

For more Diversity & Equity videos and many others visit the TRU YouTube page.

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