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Thompson Rivers University

Equity Admission

Equity admission recognizes students from diverse backgrounds including but not limited to:

  • Indigenous students (First Nations, Inuit, Metis)
  • Persons from racialized groups
  • Sexually and gender varied people
  • Persons with disabilities

Equity admission reserves a percentage or additional number of seats per cohort to students who self-identify as one of the above.

Application process

  1. You must meet all of the admission requirements for application to be considered
  2. Your application is reviewed with all program applicants
  3. If you are not successfully admitted through initial admission process your application will be reviewed again and will compete with equity admission applicants only
  4. Successful applicants will be offered a reserved seat

Competitive programs that offer equity admission

Faculty of Law Indigenous applicants:

The Faculty of Law provides both a special consideration applicant process and Indigenous applicant process. Both processes will consider various factors that may have impacted a student’s application: special needs, financial disadvantage, age, membership in a historically disadvantaged group, etc.

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