Redeemer Pacific College
Redeemer Pacific College (RPC) is an initiative of a group of evangelical Catholic TWU alumni and their supporters.
RPC’s mission is to foster an increase in Christ-centered leadership for the Catholic Community in the lower mainland by providing that community’s post-secondary students with the opportunity for a Christian liberal arts education tailored to their particular needs and interests.
“Proposal for Association with Trinity Western University,” Submitted by Tom Hamel, March 12, 1998.
[TWU Archives: F 2 B 50 File 29]
In 1999, RPC opened its doors as an “Approved Teaching Center of Trinity Western University.”
http://www.rpcollege.bc.ca/index.php?page=short-history-of-rpc accessed February 13, 2010
Professors and administrators from TWU, ACTS, and RPC with the replica copy of the Codex Vaticanus housed in the TWU Archives, 2000. President Tom Hamel is pictured, second from right.
[TWU Archives: 2004-10-0153]
Robert Stackpole teaching at Redeemer Pacific College.
University Communications, 2010
The sign at the entrance to RPC, ca. 2000.
University Communications, ca. 2010
Aerial view of TWU, 1997. RPC would be located near the buildings pictured in the upper left corner, between the entrance to Trinity’s campus and the freeway.
[TWU Archives: 2004-10-0039]