Before visiting any of our campuses please review our visitor expectations to ensure the safety of our community.
Langley & Richmond
Trinity Western’s Langley and Richmond campuses are planning for a safe return to face-to-face learning this Fall. This is based on provincial public health no longer requiring physical distancing in controlled settings (i.e., classrooms). Safety plans will include considerations for cleaning, hand hygiene, recommended daily self-assessments, and other core public health measures.
Laurentian Leadership Center (Ottawa)
The LLC has a group of excited students ready to join them this fall and a final decision regarding the structure of their semester will be made by the end of July 2021 in accordance with local and provincial Public Health guidance in Ontario.
COURSES & ACADEMICS
TWU is preparing for the majority of courses to be delivered face-to-face this fall. Exceptions are those designated as online (OL) courses and a limited number of other courses that will be identified later this summer.
The guiding principles outlined in the Primer have supported some important first steps in our preparations. Public Health has indicated physical distancing will not be recommended in controlled settings like classrooms, which allows for the feasible resumption of in-person learning within the COVID Safety Plan. This does not mean all campus activities will function without core public health measures, rather the level of vaccination within our population will provide a level of protection, allowing some personal protective measures to be safely modified.
Student Life Office: If students have questions about anything, please visit Student Life in Reimer Student Centre. They will either know the answer or find out who does! Office hours: Mon. to Fri. 8:30am to 12:00pm, and 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
The Trinity Commons: The Trinity Commons in RSC will be open Monday to Friday 9am to midnight.
Food Services: The Main Cafeteria and the Cog are closed for Summer, the Book Store Cafe is open 10:00am - 2:00pm for Summer.
Learning Commons: We are delighted to be able to meet with you face-to-face starting in fall 2021! While we are still sorting out the logistics of how having both a physical and also a virtual Learning Commons post-pandemic, we want to serve you. You can book appointments for the Writing Centre, Advising, and Success Coaching here. https://www.twu.ca/learning-commons/appointments To connect with the Centre for Accessible Learning, stop by the Learning Commons on campus, or email email@example.com.
The Wellness Centre: In the fall, will be open for health and mental health services Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30. Please see their webpage for details.
If there is an emergency, please call 911. You can also visit HealthLinkBC or call 811 for general health inquiries. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis please call 911 or the Crisis Line at 1-800-784-2433
The Well is newly renovated and will re-open in the Fall. Please see the Wellness Centre website for their hours.
OPEN WITH SERVICES PROVIDED PRIMARILY ONLINE:
Library: The Library building is open on the main floor for holds pick-up, individual study, and access to the computer lab. The print collection is closed to public access, but holds can be requested through our Contactless Hold Pickup Service. All online resources are available 24/7 at twu.ca/library. Reference Librarians are available online to answer your research questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. For the latest information about the library visit our updates page.
The Office of the Registrar is serving students virtually. Please contact them by phone at (604) 513-2070 or submit an online request at twu.ca/help.
Information Technology is serving students virtually. You can reach TWIT online at twu.ca/help.
Spartan Athletics is so excited to be planning for this exciting reality as we build towards August training camps, regular season and playoff schedules for the 2021-22 university sports season. After a year in which we were able to train regularly but only compete minimally, we are all thrilled to be anticipating a Canada West regular season and playoffs with fans in attendance. The BC Health Authority has indicated they want sport to return to normal and they want fans in the stands, so we are planning for this exciting reality starting with local exhibition games this summer and building into August training camps. We can’t wait to have the Spartan 300 and the Spartan Faithful in the stands again.
Any residual health protocols will be followed as player and fan safety remain essential. Our regular season will be based in B.C., except for our hockey teams who will travel across provincial borders due to limited in-province competition.