Grade 11 Students

As a Grade 11 student, thinking ahead to your future university studies shows you are being proactive and getting ready for that next step. We are thrilled that you are considering TWU! 

Here is some helpful information for Grade 11 students thinking about applying for TWU. 

Admissions requirements

General admissionsrequirements can differ by province, so be sure to check our breakdown of requirements, program-specific requirements, and application deadlines. 

Visit campus

It's not too early to start picturing yourself on a university campus, and many high school students who visit Trinity Western's beautiful main campus can very quickly see themselves being part of our unique community. Check out our virtual tour to see why. 

Our popular Preview day are the best way to get a first-hand experience of what it's like to be a TWU student. Come and check out the campus, meet future classmates, talk to an admissions counsellor, and hear from professors. Preview days are usually offered in November, February, and March each year. Best of all, they're free to attend, and there’s food! For students flying in from out of province to attend Preview Day, we offer flight discounts when booking your tickets with WestJet. For more information about the flight discounts, send us a message at Register early as these events are very popular and fill up quickly. 

If you can't make it for a preview day, we also offer personal visits and info nights throughout the year. Check our visit page for upcoming events. 

Discover your financial options

Trinity Western is a private Christian liberal arts university, and we offer a variety of scholarships and grants that most of our students take advantage of. It is worth applying for help with your tuition as 97% of students receive financial aid. 

For example, first-time university students can qualify for our $4,000/year Provost's Scholarship with Grade 12 academics of 85%. Learn more about all our financial aid.

Not sure what you want to study yet?

Don’t worry, that’s totally fine. TWU offers aliberal arts core, which means you can take a variety of classes without losing any time or money as they'll still count toward your degree. We encourage you to look into our extensive selection of majors, minors and concentrations. In the meantime, sign up to get suggested program and major options based on what's important to you. 

Request more information today.  

We are excited to get you started on your TWU journey!