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Are you interested in taking a single course through Open Learning?

Are you currently an Open Learning program student?

Are you wondering if your previous courses or programs will transfer to a TRU-OL program?

Can your work experience count as prior learning (PLAR) toward a TRU-OL program?

No matter where you are on your educational journey, we are here to support you!

I am currently completing a TRU-OL program

Once you have applied and been accepted into a program, your Program Advisor will assist you from your application to your graduation – from app to cap! Once you have been admitted to your program, your advisors will review your transfer credits, assist you with planning your program and understanding your program requirements, review your course selection, approve your Letter of Permission requests, help you to navigate TRU support services when necessary, and finally, complete your final graduation audit.

I am interested in taking a TRU-OL program

We are very excited that you are interested in a program and encourage you to review the TRU-OL programs. If you have further program-related questions, please email the most relevant advising team below. The more detailed and specific your email is, the more complete and quicker answer you will receive. For example, list previous post-secondary education and what, where and when you completed it and any current and future career and educational goals.

The Advisor A team manages Business, Management Studies, Real Estate, Tourism and Water Treatment programs.

The Advisor B team manages Science, Nursing, Computing Science and Veterinary Technology programs.

The Advisor C team manages Arts, Fine Arts, Design, Music, General Studies, Adult Basic Education programs, and Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning programs.

The Advisor D team manages Health Sciences, Social Work, and Technology programs.

I would like to take a single TRU-OL course

You may register for most courses without being enrolled in a program. Anyone can take courses for upgrading, to fill the gaps in an another program, expand their knowledge in an area of interest without completing a credential, or begin taking courses that you may use later if you choose to complete a credential. Enrol in courses only.

If you have questions about the following, please contact Student Services.

  • Registering for an OL course
  • Who to contact if permission is required to take a course
  • Cancellation/withdrawal from a course
  • Requesting a course extension
  • Requesting a transcript
  • Transferring credit from an OL course back to your home institution
  • Appealing a grade
  • Tuition and fees
  • University regulations and procedures
  • Applying for an OL program
  • Applying for PLAR
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