Campus is a small community in and of itself. To service TWU residents and students, TWU provides an array of campus services that make life just a little bit easier.
Trinity Western Campus Store
Located at the heart of the student centre, the TW Campus Store sells everything from your textbooks to your favourite chocolate bar. The store’s large inventory includes popular books, apparel, gifts, and school supplies.
Centre for Calling & Career Development
Career services at TWU are provided by the Centre for Calling & Career Development. This department works to help students not only find employment but also explore their sense of vocation. Their professional staff provide services in employment networking, resume and employment coaching, personal assessment, interview skills, and co-op education.
Community Life facilitates educational opportunities and provides services to students so that all students—on campus residents, commuters, and international students—have the opportunity to reap the benefits of living in community. Education opportunities include building mature relationships, learning about one's self, identity development, growing in personal and interpersonal competencies, independent and interdependent living, and living with integrity. Services include housing placements (residents), collegium memberships (commuters), and cultural orientation and integration (international students).
TWU’s food provider, Sodexo, operates a full cafeteria in the Reimer Student Centre, as well as smaller café options in two other campus locations.
Our main cafeteria dining hall offers Ultimate Dining which includes hot entrées, sides, pizza, deli, salad bar, fruit, desserts, Vegan and Vegetarian, gluten and allergen-free items, coffee, and more.
The Leaf in The Lower Caf in Douglas Centre features Starbucks 'We Proudly Serve' Coffee, from Poke Bowls, Flat breads and Soft Serve Ice Cream all in one convenient location. Cozy diner-inspired and close proximity to dorms makes this a Monday to Thursday evening hub on campus.
Rooted in the Devries Centre offers healthy plant-based and protein-packed bowls including vegan options. Local coffee and tea as well as delicious smoothies are also available.
The Kuhn Centre houses a Starbucks coffee shop with the full array of Starbucks drinks, snacks, and light meals.
Gym & Fitness
On-campus recreational facilities include a full gym including a bouldering wall, playing fields, and beach volleyball courts. Fitness classes are held in Robson Hall. In addition, Recreation offers a variety of team sports for students of all levels of ability.
Global Engagement Office
Global Engagement Office is a department of Student Life that works to promote cultural awareness and provide a comfortable, helpful atmosphere for international students away from home.
The Learning Commons and Library together form the academic hub outside the classroom. Students can experience physical spaces for individual or social study as well as in-person or online support from academic experts, including advisors, academic coaches, academic specialists, peer content tutors, student academic leaders, and writing tutors and coaches. Students can also find the Centre for Accessible Learning, which is part of The Learning Commons and provides learning accommodations for students with documented disabilities. The Learning Commons is available for Langley, Richmond, and online students.
The Norma Alloway Library provides students with a variety of resources, including print volumes, electronic articles, microform, and journals. The library sits adjacent to the student centre and has many quiet study areas and private group study rooms.
Mail Services are available inside TW Outfitters. In addition to purchasing stamps and sending mail, students can rent their TWU Student Mailbox. A TWU Student Mailbox is required to receive mail on campus, for resident students only.
Student Ministries at TWU is focused on developing spiritually maturing disciples of Jesus Christ. Spiritual maturity is not found in doing one thing over and over until it is perfected. Spiritual growth can occur through growing in love and devotion to God during times of worship. Chapel services, which take place Monday-Friday from 11–11:30 a.m., provide an opportunity for the campus to gather and worship together. Spiritual growth is also deepened through times of Bible study and prayer. TWU provides many opportunities for small group Bible studies, prayer, and mentoring to help students’ roots of faith to grow deep. Finally, spiritual maturity occurs through local and global outreach. By serving and loving others in Christ's name, students are able to grow in their understanding of God and how they can lead a significant and impactful life.
Campus Security is a part of the Security and Parking Services Department, and our office is located in the Welcome Centre at the main entrance of our campus. The in-house security staff is available to the whole campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days per year to ensure that the campus is safe and secure.
The Wellness Centre offers services to students in the areas of counseling, health, and recreation. The counseling staff provides a relaxed atmosphere to explore issues in a safe and supportive environment, to gain clarity and insight into problems, to enhance communications/interpersonal and problem-solving skills, and to learn goal setting and to develop a healthier lifestyle. A full-time campus doctor and nurse help you with all of your health-related needs.