With the B.C. government’s recently announced accelerated timeline for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines—Trinity Western University is actively planning for a return to face-to-face instruction and activities in Fall 2021.
Throughout the global pandemic, we have remained committed to the individual needs and well-being of our students. Accordingly, if a student is unable to begin classes face-to-face this Fall, we remain committed to providing them with access to TWU’s high-quality education through online and remote learning options.
As Trinity Western plans for a safe return to face-to-face instruction in Fall 2021, the University will continue to follow regulations and parameters set by the BC Provincial Health Office and local health authorities, following the specific guidance for BC Post-Secondary Institutions, to determine appropriate in-person approaches and capacity.
Further information regarding Canadian border access, on-campus housing capacity and federal travel quarantine requirements will be announced as soon as we receive more details.
TWU COVID-19 Safety Plan
For a full summary of all our COVID-19 policies, procedure and campus re-open plans please see our TWU COVID-19 Safety Plan.
COVID-19 Safety Plan
HEALTH & SAFETY EXPECTATIONS
All visitors and residents of our TWU Campuses and spaces are expected to follow the documents below before coming to one of our campuses and while on site.
Student Health & Safety Training Module
As part of the TWU COVID19 Safety Plan, we have developed a training module for all our students. All students are asked to review this before accessing any of our sites in person.
A self-assessment tool, developed with the BC Ministry of Health, will help determine whether you may need further assessment or testing for COVID-19. You can complete this assessment for yourself, or on behalf of someone else if they are unable to.
Report of Self-Isolation/ Illness
For students living in residence on the Langley campus who are self-isolating. Please use the following link to complete a Report of Self-Isolation.
For a full overview of the public communication process when the Public Health Nurse receives a report of a confirmed COVID-19 case, please see this flowchart.
Community Questions Form
TWU community members with additional questions or concerns relating to such topics as illness prevention, physical or mental health, class absences, and online learning options are encouraged to submit questions using the link below to direct them to the appropriate area.
For all other inquiries, please contact us by email or phone (888) 468-6898.