Health & Safety
Last Updated: January 11, 2023
Trinity Western is committed to the health and safety of our community, including how we navigate the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
- COVID-19 testing is available to students and employees through our Langley Campus Wellness Center alongside other physical and mental health services.
- Resident students who test positive for COVID-19 or are directed to isolate by their health care provider, can access support through the Community Life team.
- The TWU Public Health Team continues to liaise with local public health officials regarding ongoing operations and other guidance as needed.
TWU works across the institution in service of the wellbeing of the student body, and community at large. For more information on our pandemic response approach, please see our Foundations of Community Care at Trinity Western University during COVID-19. Updates are provided on our website and to students and employees directly via email as needed. Most BC Provincial pandemic restrictions ended April 8, 2022. You can find the latest information on British Columbia’s ongoing response at the link below.
Core Public Health Measures in Place
Find all the details on what to do if you have COVID or are a close contact of someone who does on the BCCDC page for what to do if you test positive.
Campus meetings, events, & gatherings
TWU Event hosts, activity organizers and others must review the updated TWU Safe Event Standards available on SharePoint and contact CommunityWellness@twu.ca with any questions.
TWU Institutional Safety Plan
Community Question 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. TWU Community Questions For all other inquiries, please contact us by email or phone at (888) 468-6898.