Discussion on Thompson Rivers University

Thompson Rivers University (TRU) has been providing quality education in various fields in British Columbia, Canada, for the past 45 years. TRU was founded as Cariboo college in 1970 and became a university college in 1989. TRU holds the success of their students as their foremost priority. The university offers 140 on-campus programs and 60 open-learning programs which include online education. TRU provides an inclusive environment in addition to its open and flexible learning space for education, research, and innovation. TRU identifies five main priorities, namely increasing student success, increasing intercultural understanding, increasing research capacity, increasing entrepreneurial capacity, and increasing sustainability. More than 28000 students are enrolled in on-campus and online study programs every year. TRU holds accreditation for the associate, baccalaureate and master’s degree levels. TRU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). TRU is a full member of Universities Canada and the Research Universities’ Council of British Columbia. TRU is also Canada’s first platinum-ranked sustainable university.

The main campuses of TRU are Kamloops and Williams Lake campuses located at the southern interior of British Columbia. Other regional centers are located at 100 Mile House, Clearwater, Barriere, Ashcroft, and Lillooet.

Kamloops is the main campus of TRU and is located in the southwest slopes. The campus offers academic services and other student services including bookstores, booking spaces like meeting rooms, halls, indoor and outdoor spaces, on-campus housing, childcare, career services, academic advising center, clinic, and Health and Wellness center.

TRU’s Williams Lake campus is located on the lands of the T’exelc also called Williams Lake Indian Band situated within the Northern Shuswap people’s traditional territory. It is a friendly campus and has a qualified faculty. The cost of living in Williams Lake is low when compared to Kamloops. For more information https://www.gyandhan.com/schools/thompson-rivers-university