Successful students know how to balance their course work and social time. Develop your social connections through student groups, study groups, supports and services, wellness and recreation.
Meet your graduate mentors
This team of graduate students wants to welcome you to TRU, answer your questions and strives to create a sense of community among graduate students. The team organizes Graduate Orientation, the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition and a range of events and workshops specifically for master’s students.
This is your space—your study and workspace away from home. Here you will find quiet areas, areas for informal gatherings, long tables, whiteboards and a kitchen with complementary coffee and tea. Access to the commons is 24/7 and by way of a secure entry.
Future Indigenous Students and Educators
These resources have been designed to alleviate the stress of navigating the transition to graduate school.
Covid-19 Updates for Graduates
Get all the information you need to stay safe while growing your education, whether that’s knowing where to park on campus to knowing what buildings, rooms and departments are open.
Cplul’kw’ten gathering place and indigenous grad circle
Cplul’kw’ten is where Indigenous students can study, socialize, meet other Indigenous students and meet with an elder. Here, you can learn more about the supports and services available specifically for Indigenous students, attend workshops and information sessions. Multiple computers are available on first-come, first-serve basis as well as a printer—you just have to bring your own paper.
Grad circle meets once a week and, among other things, is an opportunity to set writing goals and to discuss ideas, research and more.
Check out the Cplul’kw’ten gathering place.
Find Your Way Around Campus
New student or returning student and unsure of where things are located? Use our campus map to find what you need.