Community goes beyond our classrooms, our region and our province. We are global citizens and, as such, TRU realizes we need to contribute on all scales to make the world a better place.
Our flexibility and openness, paired with the passion of students, faculty and industry partners eager to collaborate, positions us as a leader in advancing our community.
TRU’s Kamloops campus is situated on the traditional lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc within Secwépemc’ulucw and our Williams Lake Campus sits on the unceded lands of T’exelc within the traditional territory of the Northern Shuswap People. Your support enables new culturally embedded education opportunities, career planning and personal development within Indigenous communities and for first-generation learners on campus.
To contribute to the economic and cultural needs of our regional communities and help our neighbours thrive, TRU delivers programs, courses, workshops, and training at regional centres in 100 Miles House, Ashcroft and Cache Creek, Barriere, Clearwater, Lillooet and Lytton. Community-based research questions inspire our most important research discoveries, resulting in real-life solutions with local impact.