Norma Alloway Library on TWU Langley campus

Langley, BC

Trinity Western University is a 157-acre campus located outside Langley, BC, Canada. Its location is 45 minutes from downtown Vancouver and an hour from the North Shore mountains. Housing undergraduate and graduate programs, the campus includes residences, food services, health services, fitness centres, mail resources, sports facilities, a bookstore, a library, and an ecosystem study area.
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Sign for TWU Bellingham

Bellingham, Wash.

TWU Bellingham offers accelerated degree completion programs that allow students to complete a bachelor’s degree in approximately 24 months. The campus gives students the opportunity to remain employed fulltime while completing their BA in leadership, multidisciplinary social sciences, or psychology.

Entrance to the LLC

Ottawa, Ont.

The Laurentian Leadership Centre is TWU’s signature program in the heart of Canada’s capital. Students spend four months in residence at the historic Booth mansion downtown while pursuing a semester’s credits and a certificate in Applied Leadership and Public Affairs. In addition to the academic work, students intern with top positions in government, communications, non-governmental organizations, and corporations. The LLC also hosts Access Ottawa, a one-week program for high school students.

Artist's rendering of Richmond campus

Richmond, BC

Our newest campus is built in the heart of Richmond as part of a new complex that will also include townhouses, five towers, and a community centre. Located in the heart of the city, TWU Richmond provides programs tailored to the urban and international audience in Richmond and Metro Vancouver.

Crow's Nest property

Salt Spring Island, BC

The Crow’s Nest Ecological Research Area on Salt Spring Island is a 73-acre area dedicated to preserving and researching the area’s unique ecosystem. The area contains some of the few remaining Garry oak (Quercus garryana) meadows in British Columbia. These meadows and their associated ecosystems contain more plant species than any other terrestrial ecosystem in coastal BC, as well as a multitude of other creatures, including many species found nowhere else in Canada.