Frequently Asked Questions
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Are faculty required to attend with students from their institution?
No, there is no requirement that faculty members accompany students from their institution. Faculty are welcome to register and attend the conference, and might find that their attendance along with students may enhance the overall experience for students.
Are there accommodations available near the campus?
Yes, there are several hotels near TRU. Last year, we worked with Hotel 540 to provide students with a discounted room rate of $104/night. Students can expect a similar rate for our 2019 conference.
Do I need to pay a registration fee?
TRU students do not have to pay a registration fee. Such fees for TRU students are funded by the TRU Student Union. However, non-TRU students much pay the registration fee
What is included in my registration fee? Are there bank machines and eating establishments on campus? How long are presentations expected to be and will there be time for questions during the sessions? What local transportation is available for those wishing to get to and from campus? Is there parking available close to the conference session rooms and other conference events? Am I allowed to invite other people to the banquet?
Breakfast, lunch, coffee, and snacks on Jan 18th and 19th are all included in the registration fee.
There are two bank machines on campus within short walking distance of the conference session rooms. The Campus Activity Center eateries and Tim Hortons are open Monday through Friday until 5pm. We also have an excellent cafeteria that is operated by our Culinary Arts program.
Culinary Arts Cafeteria
Other places to eat and drink
Each presentation must adhere to the 15 minute maximum time limit. A question period will follow after each student has done their presentation in which the audience is welcome to ask any of the presenters a question. Often these question periods generate lively discussions beyond just a simple question and answer.
Kamloops has an extensive public transit system, as well as two reputable taxi services. The bus system runs into the evening during weekdays, though service is limited on weekends. For more information please visit the city of Kamloops Transit website.
Yellow Cab: (250) 374-3333
Kami Cab: (250) 374-5151
Yes, there is parking behind the Arts and Education building as well as the International Building. Pay parking is in effect from Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm.
Yes, you can purchase tickets for whomever you wish.
Are there bank machines and eating establishments on campus?
How long are presentations expected to be and will there be time for questions during the sessions?
What local transportation is available for those wishing to get to and from campus?
Is there parking available close to the conference session rooms and other conference events?
Am I allowed to invite other people to the banquet?