WEATHER ALERT: Classes on Thursday, November 25 will be moved to online or remote access, where possible, for Langley and Richmond campuses. Students, please check Moodle for details on how to access each of your classes. Updates will be posted at https://t.co/vR6cdwsFv6. https://t.co/0soQfoY2gj
"I had the privilege of being with University Presidents from across Canada. ... I came away grateful: grateful for God’s provision of resilient, dedicated, gifted, and faithful faculty, staff, and students." — President Mark Husbands
DiscoverTWU is happening today! Want to learn about what Trinity Western offers from the comfort of your home? Today is the day! Want to visit in-person? Checkout our next Preview day happening this Saturday! Learn more about both of these events at https://t.co/Lu8ant2emnhttps://t.co/AzE7Yflz0i
FUN FACT: Did you know that the first gym on campus was a converted barn? The David E. Enarson Gymnasium has been an important hub on our Langley campus for many years. See the changes the gym has gone through over the years!
Photos from 1969 - 1995 - 2021
#GivingTuesday is an international celebration of giving & volunteering, taking place each Fall after Black Friday. As we lead up to it, we will be featuring different ways a few of our students & alumni have been giving their time, talent, & treasure.
Can you believe it's already November? Our students have already made it through the first half of the semester, and we are cheering them on as they take on the second half!
Be sure to catch our Spartans in action this weekend! We've got basketball, cross-country, volleyball and more happening this weekend.
Checkout @twuspartans & https://t.co/Vj1apuT1n0 to see how you can cheer on your Spartans! https://t.co/IBGTTrI5mr
FALL GRADUATION | We can't wait to celebrate the achievements of our graduates in almost TWO WEEKS! If you are eligible to participate in the ceremony, be sure to check your inboxes and register before tomorrow, October 22!
Just 3 weeks until Fall Graduation where we celebrate the accomplishments of those finishing our Graduate & Leadership programs. If you are completing one of these programs, make sure you check your email for more information and to register!
*photo prior to COVID-19* https://t.co/tFRYNU3Akc
Happy Thanksgiving Monday! We hope you have been able to spend this extra time with those you love, maybe explored somewhere new, or even found some much-needed rest. How did you spend your long weekend? https://t.co/YvwexO1hti
Nursing instructor & Indigenous consultant Kathleen Lounsbury is helping to transform curriculum and teaching practices at TWU to better integrate Indigenous ways of knowing. She feels "there’s so much that we can do...to implement traditional curriculum". https://t.co/asB207vNVo
In honour of Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, TWU is announcing a campus-wide Community Day of Learning on Sept 30 to foster greater knowledge and understanding of Indigenous cultures & to commemorate the history of residential schools. https://t.co/WUw6cRViVs
“My encouragement (for students) is to find a way to engage with a community, a way to engage in spiritual life, and a way to serve. In other words: connect, thrive, and serve." – Richard Taylor, VP of Student Life
Students, Staff & Faculty are invited to our Convocation Chapel on Wed, Sept 8th at 11 am to officially inaugurate the new academic year. We ask that all in-person attendees wear a mask and RSVP. Stay tuned for the Livestream link in your email!
Have you heard? Our very own @TWUSpartans Men's Volleyball team is currently representing as Team Canada at the Pan American Cup in the Dominican Republic!
Learn more and see their schedule: https://t.co/g13KhUSDJS
#twuspartans #twuvolleyball https://t.co/Aqn5GiDBOj
Are you an incoming student or coming to campus for the first time? Whether you're commuting or living on campus, you'll have to register for O-Week and select a time slot! For all details, please visit https://t.co/bYq9TETGF5. We look forward to seeing you!
TWU Richmond has been doing some exciting things as they prep for students this fall, including leadership retreats for students to explore more of the area and sending their student leaders to leadership training week at our Langley Campus! https://t.co/XC9qODe948
Student Ministries are a great way to engage in the community at TWU and grow in your faith. To find out about all the programs Student Ministries has to offer, join us on our Langley Campus at the Student Ministries Expo on Sept 14th! https://t.co/9uhRBGvXIs
Trinity Western University's Graduate Student Association represents and provides support for our graduate students. Their focus on advocacy, funding/strategic sponsorship support, and their events help enhance the community within our graduate programs.
TWU Recreation | Ready to get active and have fun this Fall?!
Whether it's a Spartan Sport Club, Fitness Class, or an Intramural Team—TWU Rec is committed to building community through integrating faith and fitness.
For more info: https://t.co/yTsNiaTPdD
Visit the Norma Alloway Library this Fall and check out the Learning Commons and the services they offer:
- Academic Advising
- Career Development
- Centre for Accessible Learning
- Coaching and Study Skills
- Peer Tutoring
- Writing Centre
For more info: https://t.co/WMBUONDRnXhttps://t.co/rXHWU1nkdI
Physical and mental wellness are important to us at TWU! The Wellness Centre has a variety of resources available, and is committed to providing support that enables you to thrive as you return to campus this Fall.
The Trinity Commons is a go-to study spot at our Langley campus—rain or shine!
No matter the weather, we have a spot for you to crush out those papers! Some favourites to check out this Fall:
- Campus Centre ☀️
- Norma Alloway Library ️
- Douglas Courtyard ☀️
- TWUSA Lounge ️ https://t.co/03bKPA6XZ9
"TWU has a 60-year history of young men & women seeking to live for the Kingdom...families have often said there is something very special when they bring their students here." — Janice Nikkel, Executive Director of TWU Alumni & Families
Can you believe that there are only 45 days until O-Day? We are so excited to welcome incoming students into our residence halls! As you prepare for life on campus—check out the New Students FAQ on our website for tips on what to pack: https://t.co/jhi9FzOAZg
We desire to be a united community treasuring Christ above all. Chapel creates space for our community to come together and experience the presence of God within the pursuit of our daily work and study.
Craving moments like this? Incoming students, we can't wait to welcome you to campus! An incredible journey full of rich growth, new friendships, and professional development awaits you. See you in September!
Our Fall 2021 O-Week Schedule is LIVE! With an array of info sessions, moments to connect with other students, and loads of fun activities—it's a week you'll always remember! Learn more about Fall Orientation here: https://t.co/5ltEcUXef1
Parents—at TWU, we value YOU & the role you play in your son or daughter’s life. TWU's Parent & Family Network is here to serve & support you as you send your child off to university this Fall! Find resources & events just for you here: https://t.co/KPWyEUSt3u
Get ready for great coffee, exciting events, lounge hangouts, free printing, and much more—all brought to you by TWU's Student Association (TWUSA)! The team is excited to serve you on campus this Fall!
Calling all soon-to-be commuters! Did you know our commuter lounges—called Collegiums—are equipped with amenities just for you?! Study between classes, pop in to use the kitchen, or socialize during your study break! Join us in our Collegiums this Fall!
Our dorm lounges are the best places to take a break from studying, and gather your crew for a ping pong tourney. Don't forget to submit your application for housing this Fall, we can't wait to see you on campus!
Canadian Multiculturalism Day | Today we are celebrating the array of cultures that bring life to TWU's campuses! Here's a few throwback highlights from our annual Culture Expo. Can't wait to celebrate & learn more together by sharing food, stories & moments like this once again! https://t.co/YJW10vNUvQ
Chimes Around The World | Tomorrow, the TWU bell tower chimes will participate in an around-the-world musical marathon that involves more than 50 churches and towers worldwide! Learn more about this initiative here: https://t.co/dg0Pz9hkSphttps://t.co/uIWSOdKYZR
Fraser Health is offering 1st doses of the COVID-19 Vaccine in the David E. Enarson Gymnasium at TWU on Tues, June 29 from 10-3:30pm. All TWU community members as well as family, friends, neighbours and others 12+ are welcome! Sign up for a time slot here: https://t.co/tVYoUV6fyIhttps://t.co/qhhg7PFJFQ
Today is National Indigenous People's Day & we are honoured to highlight how University Siya:m Patricia Victor is leading a variety of initiatives that include building relationships with Indigenous communities. Reflections from Patricia on reconciliation: https://t.co/zCposMp3rxhttps://t.co/joYhi7qXl8
"Sabbath is a scheduled weekly reminder that we are not what we do; rather, we are who we are loved by...we rest & breathe & enjoy God that we might enter into rest." — A. J. Swoboda | Author & Professor at Bushnell University & Fuller Theological Seminary
TWU is excited to welcome students for a safe return to face-to-face learning this fall! For detailed information on what to expect this fall—including course, housing, travel, and health & safety details—please visit https://t.co/3Wmaf23mNI.
Dr. Mark Lee is a member of the robust team of professors with extensive business management and leadership experience that will be teaching TWU's first-ever Executive MBA program cohort! Learn more here: https://t.co/JLRobnKOHQ Deadline to apply is July 30th! https://t.co/ACO2XxGS77
TWU is honoured have been awarded with the Supporting Structures grant of $230,000 to advance STEM research, as well as provide opportunities for the TWU community to engage science, faith, and societal issues! Learn more here: https://t.co/7x2Ws0jxxY
A day to stop, rest, delight and worship. "Sabbath is a 24-hour time period of restful worship, by which we cultivate a restful spirit in all of our life." — John Mark Comer | Author & Pastor | Portland, Oregon
"Our prayers and tears are with Indigenous communities, residential school survivors, and our Indigenous staff, faculty, and students. We share their sense of heartbreaking loss." — Dr. Husbands, TWU President
TWU Grads all over the world celebrated their achievements at the beginning of May & have launched into a new chapter! It has been a joy to see all of your photos throughout the last month & celebrate alongside you. Whatever is next for you, we are cheering you on! #TWUGrad21 https://t.co/LRO9eoxFiv
"COVID-19 has had a devastating impact worldwide...At TWU, we value science, support public health, and accept the scientific evidence that vaccines work. We believe that God calls us to care for the broader community."
Experiencing community, no matter where you're located, is a pillar of the TWU experience. You can expect to hear both meaningful discussions and laughter as you walk around our campuses! Can't wait to have you join in!
Remember this? The cheers, the chatter in the stands, and the sound of the referee's whistle. Each moment brimming with exhilaration and a sense of TWU's tight-knit community! Looking forward to coming together once again to cheer on our @TWUSpartans teams!
Heading into the city on the weekend to study & enjoy the sights is a popular rhythm among TWU students! Vancouver is home to scenic study spots & a thriving coffee & food scene—everything a university student could ask for!
“Every small, but intentional step that we take in our spiritual formation matters…seeking the Lord & putting ourselves in a position to grow closer & deeper will always, always bear fruit in our lives.” — Brittany Martin | Associate Chaplain
Happy May Long Weekend! Keep your eyes open for TWU students pulling out slacklines, hammocks & spikeball in local parks this weekend! What's your go-to long weekend activity? Let us know in the comments below! ↓
As everyone 18+ in our community can access vaccine this week in BC, TWU has curated a list of Q&As as an educational resource for you and your family as you navigate making informed decisions about vaccination.
"Enrolling in Summer Sessions has allowed me to get ahead while still enjoying the summer! With only a few courses left to complete my degree, Summer Sessions has allowed me to speed up the process towards graduation." — Jared Bistritan | BA Psychology Student