Welcome to TWU Alumni.

Get connected to former classmates or long-lost friends, find new professional contacts in the area where you live, and make a difference in your communities. Whether a new graduate or a long-time alumnus, you belong here.

“He makes the whole body fit together perfectly. As each part does its own special work, it helps the other parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love.” — Ephesians 4:16 (NLT)


Every student who completes at least 15 credit hours at Trinity Western University is considered an alumnus and can rightly say that they belong to the vibrant Trinity Western community. But beyond this technical reality is a truth far more incredible. We don’t just belong to a university or a community, we belong to Christ, and out of this vital fellowship and abundance of life, we come to realize that we are in fact brothers and sisters in Him.

In light of this, TWU Alumni will be encouraged to:

— Reconnect and engage with TWU and the transformational community they experienced as a student.

— Build meaningful relationships by being fully and faithfully present with others in their communities and in the global alumni network.

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The first the work of God is that of drawing us to Jesus, through the power of the Holy Spirit. Students at Trinity Western University experience a piece of what that is like through interactions with many of their professors, through the initiatives of Student Life, and through the vibrant Christian community on campus. Trinity Western students grow in a multitude of ways, but that growth does not have to end once they leave campus.

As they continue to mature and develop their skills, TWU Alumni will be encouraged to:

— Expand knowledge while continuously studying the subjects that interested them as students and applying what they learned in their places of work.

— Grow as disciples of Jesus Christ who live as ambassadors of His love and reconciliation to the world.


Part of the Trinity Western experience is the process of being built up as Christ-minded, servant leaders. What students learn and experience first-hand can be put into practice later in life as alumni, who reinvest their time, talent, treasure into the next generation. In this way, service becomes the outworking of their growth.

By serving one another and the University as ambassadors of Christ to the world, TWU Alumni will be able to make a greater difference in their communities and be able to help raise the global reputation of Trinity Western University.

In this way, TWU Alumni will be encouraged to:

 Serve faithfully their local neighborhoods and one another through area chapters, mentorship initiatives, and other volunteer opportunities.

 Promote and support TWU as it seeks to accomplish its mission to develop Godly Christian leaders with thoroughly Christian minds.

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