Academic dates and recognized statutory holidays.
Check out what's going on around campus.
Exam schedule for the current semester.
Students are required to pay a tuition deposit prior to registering for semester courses.
Payment methods include myTRU, online banking, and in person at the campus cashier.
The dates to which each semester's tuition payment is due.
Apply for scholarships, bursaries and awards through myTRU.
Eligible students may request a fee deferral through Student Awards & Financial Aid.
Students who withdraw before the end of the course change period may be eligible for a refund.
Most students get a Tuition Tax Receipt (T2202). You need this when filing your income tax.
A breakdown of TRU tuition and fees.
Use the undergraduate cost estimator to provide a rough idea for budgeting.
Students who have an overdue balance past the payment deadline will be placed on financial hold.
Student loan funding is designed to supplement the resources of those who could not otherwise afford post-secondary studies.
Information for sponsored students.
Deregistered students may be reinstated upon payment of all fees, penalties and interest.
General information regarding student academic records.
Information regarding withdrawal procedures and deadlines.
Policy information regarding satisfactory academic progress and academic probation.
An explanation of what grade point average is and how it is calculated.
Your transcript lists your program of study, all courses attempted and the grades obtained.