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Thompson Rivers University 50th Anniversary
Thompson Rivers University 50th Anniversary

Williams Lake Campus

Given the current situation with COVID-19, and in the interest of the health and safety of our university community, TRU Williams Lake will be supporting students remotely. The TRU Williams Lake campus is still open limited hours, but for specific questions and support, please email the correct team member below, or call us at 250-392-8000.

TRU Williams Lake campus hours, as of March 23, 2020: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Academic Advisor Sarah Shortreed
Admissions and Registration Rhea Clements
Bookstore Kathy Gilroy
Campus Services Technician Tom Hewett
Cafeteria & catering Sure Kitchen & Catering
Continuing Education Alison Sutherland-Mann
Counsellor Kathy Lauriente
Indigenous Student Services Kristen Johnny
IT Support Catrina Ertel
Librarian Melissa Svendsen
Library Clerk Joan Bolton
Marketing Daryl Drozda
Open Learning Facilitator Nic Suapa
Tutoring: Biology and Math Sarah Sampson
Tutoring: English Judy Reid
Administrative Coordinator Pat Biblow
Campus Assistant Amy Carson
Reception/Administrative Secretary Susan Dahlback
Interim Associate Dean Bryan Daly
Interim Campus Coordinator Reta Langlands


 Programs and Courses

Administrative Assistant Certificate Open Learning Centre
Applied Sustainable Ranching Trades and Technology
Developmental Programs University Degree Programs
Human Service Programs University Preparation
Nursing and Health Care  

Continuing Studies

Full Course List Health and Safety
Arts First Aid
Computers Forestry
General Interest Trades and Technology
Professional Development  

TRU’s Williams Lake campus is situated on the traditional and unceded lands of the T’exelc (Williams Lake Indian Band) within the traditional territory of the Northern Shuswap people.

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