Trinity Western University

Community Life

Graduate Programs

Glenn Hansen,
Assistant Director of Community Life for Graduate Programs

Graduate students are encouraged to become involved in the TWU community as all programs and services are available to graduate students.

The Graduate Collegium is a home away from home for more than 600 graduate students—a blend of the School of Graduate Studies, ACTS Seminaries, and CanIL students. The Graduate Collegium is a relaxing refuge before, between, and after classes and is a great place to connect with other graduate students, staff, faculty, and program directors. Graduate Collegium Assistants (GCAs) support graduate students in their transition to and development at Trinity Western. They also help organize events in the Graduate Collegium throughout the year. The facility has a fully-equipped kitchen, social and quiet areas, individual and group meeting rooms, computers, and space for eating, studying, and accessing reference materials. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Select Saturdays are also open, corresponding with graduate program schedules. The Graduate Collegium is closed on most major holidays. For Marlie Snider Collegium Program membership, contact GCA in the Graduate Collegium for a Graduate Collegium enrolment card.

Other special services and opportunities for graduate students include:

  • Rental Propery listings: www.twu.ca/housing
  • Parking Passes — preferred parking spots, Parking Services, Facility Services Building
  • Student Leadership Opportunities — contact the Student Life Office, Reimer Student Centre

For guidelines regarding the TWU community and University policies, refer to the Trinity Western University Student Handbook Student Handbook

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