Thompson Rivers University

News

Connecting with words

  Posted on: June 18, 2021

TRU President Brett Fairbairn drew upon a group of Secwépemc Elders to translate the university’s vision statement into their ancient language.

Read more

students on campus

Choose how you take classes this fall

  Posted on: June 14, 2021

TRU is preparing to safely welcome students back to in-person classes on campus in Kamloops and Williams Lake this fall, with the option to continue studying online through TRU Open Learning for those who prefer taking courses virtually.

Read more

Consent education for the next generation

  Posted on: June 8, 2021

The first Consent Cafe, an event promoting consent education in youth, was facilitated by the TRU Wellness Centre, Sexualized Violence and Prevention and Response, and the Kamloops School of the Arts.

Read more

An invitation to support healing and action

  Posted on: May 31, 2021

As a university connected with the region’s Indigenous communities, including a strong partnership with Tk’emlúps, we are respectfully joining in being present and healing.

Read more

Sharing in sorrow and truth

  Posted on: May 28, 2021

President Brett Fairbairn writes in respect and honour to our region’s first peoples, who at this time are dealing with the incomprehensible.

Read more



Archives