What will the fall semester look like?

Our 2020 fall semester will be unlike any other. We’re expecting the unexpected, and planning how to make an unusual year a great year.

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Future students

We are still accepting program applications for the fall semester.

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Current students

Priority registration for the fall semester is now open.

Open registration begins July 10.

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Online information sessions

The following webinars are being offered for future and returning students:

Virtual Drop-in Registration Help

July 9, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Our student recruiter advisors are hosting online drop-in registration sessions to assist students with questions about how to register.

More upcoming info sessions
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It’s good to be here.

At Thompson Rivers University, student success is our priority. We empower our students to reach their goals with on-campus and online learning options, individualized student services, hands-on learning opportunities, and a diverse, inclusive environment.

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How to find us

A hub for travel, Kamloops is 3.5 hours from Vancouver, and a day’s drive from Calgary, Prince George, Victoria or Seattle.

From the Newsroom

Student researchers find new ways to engage during pandemic

Twelve exceptional students have been awarded NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards, allowing them to spend the summer answering important research questions.

Research asks what it means to travel ethically

Dr. Kellee Caton has been awarded a $200,000 SSHRC Partnership Development Grant to lead research in critical tourism studies.

Graduate students share in $70,000 federal scholarships

Kyley Drach, Fauve Garson, Breanne McAmmond, and Edward Morton have all received prestigious Canada Graduate Scholarship-Masters awards, valued at $17,500 each.

More from the TRU Newsroom

Thompson Rivers University campuses are on the traditional lands of the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops campus) and the T’exelc (Williams Lake campus) within Secwépemc'ulucw, the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwépemc people. Our region also extends into the territories of the Stat’imc, Nlaka’pamux, Nuxalk, Tsilhqot'in, Dakelh and Métis peoples.

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