Three criteria are used to evaluate admission to the LLC: 1) academic record 2) demonstrated commitment to and compatibility with a living/learning community and 3) leadership experience.
Required prerequisite course: Trinity Western University's POLS 234, Introduction to Canadian Government and Politics, or an approved equivalent course.
Application deadlines: February 15 (for fall semester) and October 15 (for spring semester).
Undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in an approved institution who wish to apply to the LLC certificate program. Visiting students will be students of Trinity Western University for a semester at the LLC. It is up to the student to determine in advance if the courses will be transferrable to their home institution. Students should obtain a letter of permission from their home institution to ensure transferability of part or all of the course credits.
Applications may be mailed to:
LLC Administration OfficeAttn: Jayne CumminsURNT BuildingTrinity Western University7600 Glover RoadLangley, BC V2Y 1Y1 Tel: (604) 513-2169Fax: (604) 513-2143Email: LLCinfo@twu.ca
The resume you submit will be used for the purpose of internship placements. Try limit it to one or two pages, one is better.
Please do not include an Objective as this limits your placement options. Please also do not include References or state "references available on request". The Director of the LLC will place you in an internship and references are not required. Please also do not include your future plans. Your resume is about what you have already accomplished so that a potential supervisor can recognize what you bring to the internship.
Please do include Education, Job Experience and Volunteer experience. You can list particular courses or papers you have written if they are particularly relevant to the placement. Please do not include a full list of your courses and papers.
Political Studies, University of Alberta
"Coming from a secular and outside institution from Trinity Western, I was immediately drawn to the sense of community found within the LLC. The LLC was a complete nurturing environment for spiritual growth. The academics were so amazing, all three courses were so relevant to what Christian growing in a secular world need to know. In my other years of university, I have never encountered more amazing professors for instructors. The individual time and attention in each class allowed a great learning environment and openness in seminars to truly discuss and learn."