RT @twucompsci: Congrat to the members of the Applied Research Lab, way to go Justin and Dylan! @twucompsci https://t.co/jaRtyBUEia

2 days ago

These students have been spending their last month of summer break studying in Central-Eastern Europe as part of a School of Business travel study. They have had the chance to visit businesses, financial institutions, and factories in Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania. https://t.co/9iVA39qoId

3 days ago

These students have been spending their latest month of summer break studying in Central-Eastern Europe as part of a School of Business travel study. They have had the chance to visit different businesses, financial institutions, and factories in Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania.
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“The travel study has been a rewarding and enriching way to learn through a different lens and experience a new side of business."
-Daniel Wilkinson, student (middle)

#TWUbusiness #Europe #TravelStudy

3 days ago

RT @htsumura: A Sunday Read: After a coast-to-coast journey, why Trinity Western's Andrew Evans made Sparta his home, sweet rugby home! htt…

1 week ago

RT @LangleyEvents: Wow! 10 former, current or future @TWUSpartans @SpartanMVB players in the running to represent @VBallCanada https://t.co

1 week ago

This is love: When mom will fly halfway around the world to support you during your tour with @rendcollective!

We love you, moms!

Happy Mother’s Day!

#TheGoodNewsTour #TrinityWorshipProject
#MothersDay https://t.co/PzHWBvP2jy

2 weeks ago

This is love: When mom will fly halfway around the world to support you during your tour with @rendcollective!

We love you, moms!

Happy Mother’s Day!

#TheGoodNewsTour #TrinityWorshipProject
#MothersDay

2 weeks ago

Happy Friday, TWU! What are you up to this sun-filled weekend? ☀️

2 weeks ago

RT @gvmcmillan: This apple tree at the Langley campus of @TrinityWestern is one of the oldest fruit trees in BC. As you can see, it’s getti…

2 weeks ago

RT @TWUSpartans: It's an historic day for @TrinityWestern!

Our Spartans men's and women's hockey teams will join @CanadaWest and @USPORTS…

2 weeks ago

RT @CherylJeanPaul: May 8th is #McHappyDay & we are looking forward to volunteering again! @TWUSpartans @LangleyEvents stop by 3 Langley lo…

2 weeks ago

RT @CHEOSNews: Join us on May 16 to hear from @exetermed's Drs. @Dr_Ian_P & @josemvalderas (president of
@ISOQOL) about the routine use of…

2 weeks ago

Obeying the Authority of Scripture: Both individually and corporately Trinity Western wholeheartedly embraces all the Bible teaches in regard to faith, ethical commitments, and way of life, believing it to be the ultimate standard of truth and hope.
#CoreValues #WhatWeAreAbout

2 weeks ago

RT @USPORTSca: Getting to know your U SPORTS coaches / Faites connaissance avec vos entraîneurs de U SPORTS : Shane Wiebe, @TWUSpartans

3 weeks ago

God calls His followers to influence both individuals and the culture in which they live and ultimately draw people to Him. Trinity Western aims to encourage thought, word and deed that affect the dynamics and institutions of our society on the basis of biblical principles such as justice, mercy and hope. #CoreValues #TransformationalImpact #Vancouver

3 weeks ago

BUILDING WELLS & BUILDING LIVES: THAILAND/CAMBODIA
A team of students has just departed on one of the multiple Global Projects trips happening this summer. This specific team’s goal is to gain a greater understanding of development work in Southeast Asia.

The team will first partner with Mercy Ministries Foundation in Chiang Rai, Thailand assisting in providing care and education to the children.

Following Thailand, the team will work along side Samaritan’s Purse project staff constructing BioSand water filters for Khmer people who have no access to clean water. In addition, to physical service the team will also be given the opportunity to learn about health and hygiene education as well as anti-trafficking and safe migration programs.

Join us in prayer for this team as they serve alongside an international development organization and see first hand how they are responding to global issues.
: @thailandcambodia2019

#GlobalProjects #Partnership #Learning

3 weeks ago

RT @TWUSpartans: RUGBY | Former @RugbyCanada star Julia Sugawara has been named the head coach of TWU's women's rugby sevens program!

She…

3 weeks ago

“This is a happy day for me. It is a privilege for me to be here.” -Dr. Mark Husbands

Our incoming president Dr. Mark Husbands and his wife Becky are on campus today to meet our staff and faculty.

Dr. Husbands will succeed current President Bob Kuhn on July 1, 2019. https://t.co/kehAIb6jZl

3 weeks ago

“This is a happy day for me. It is a privilege for me to be here.” -Dr. Mark Husbands

Our incoming president Dr. Mark Husbands and his wife Becky are on campus today to meet our staff and faculty.

We are thrilled to introduce Dr. Husbands as Trinity Western University’s fifth president. We are looking forward to introducing him to the rest of our community in the upcoming months. Dr. Husbands will succeed current President Bob Kuhn on July 1, 2019.

Welcome to campus!

3 weeks ago

RT @TWUSpartans: MHKY | @TrinityWestern alum and @bcihl star Florian Niedermaier is going pro, as he signs with historic Swiss club @HCDavo…

3 weeks ago

RT @TWU_Library: Alloway Library's main floor is getting a ready for a well needed make over! Please note that we will be closed during the…

3 weeks ago

RT @BCTradeInvest: Gain a distinct edge with our #diverse, #multilingual workforce trained at some of the best universities in the world. h…

3 weeks ago

PRESENTING: the Trinity Western University graduating Class of 2019!
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement https://t.co/IgqEHmu0hA

4 weeks ago

PRESENTING: the Trinity Western University graduating Class of 2019!
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement

4 weeks ago

We love that moment when graduands spot their friends and family in the crowd!

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement

4 weeks ago

Here come our graduates!

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement https://t.co/251BLDbgkh

4 weeks ago

It’s a full house to see the Class of 2019 walk the stage and receive their degrees. We are so honoured to celebrate with you all.

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement

4 weeks ago

A full house for this class’ Commencement Ceremony! @LangleyEvents #TWUGraduation2019 https://t.co/uoKfEyJufL

4 weeks ago

Friends and family are patiently waiting to see their loved ones walk the stage! Thank you to everyone who made the trip, short and long, to Langley to celebrate this momentous occasion.

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement https://t.co/S8SFMoqIzv

4 weeks ago

Friends and family are patiently waiting to see their loved ones walk the stage! Thank you to everyone who made the trip, short and long, to Langley to celebrate this momentous occasion.

#TWUGraduation2019
#Commencement

4 weeks ago

Patiently waiting to join friends and family in the arena! @LangleyEvents #TWUGraduation2019 https://t.co/O11WDhaCSp

4 weeks ago

The graduands are in the building with their friends and family patiently waiting in the stands of the Langley Events Centre. The Commencement Ceremony is about to begin!

4 weeks ago

We’re all set at @LangleyEvents for today’s Commencement Ceremony! #TWUGraduation2019 https://t.co/hNiDpHNRcL

4 weeks ago

It’s a beautiful day to graduate! ☀️

#TWUGraduation2019
#Graduation
#Commencement https://t.co/KwD0hzumdD

4 weeks ago

It’s a beautiful day to graduate! ☀️

#TWUGraduation2019
#Graduation
#Commencement

4 weeks ago

“...I wanted to show that, for indigenous people, we can go to university and get a degree...I have a lot of youth that I’ve worked with in Vancouver come today to see that I can be proud, I can be a Christian and I can show that it’s okay to be educated!”
-Amanda Seymour (‘19) https://t.co/Xfvm1CTN7O

4 weeks ago

“I wake up grateful now, every single day that God saved me, because I wasn’t living for him...Now—I’m completely filled with joy. I will be forever grateful for this place. I’m graduating with a degree, but I’m leaving an absolute changed man.”
-Vito P. (‘19), Business Admin. https://t.co/5rqASsrxaA

4 weeks ago

“I am wearing an indigenous regalia. It was my grandmother’s and then my mom wore it for both of her graduations. I wanted to continue the tradition.

I wanted to show that, for indigenous people, we can go to university and get a degree. It’s really hard because of the history of Canada. I have a lot of youth that I’ve worked with in Vancouver come today to see that I can be proud, I can be a Christian and I can show that it’s okay to be educated!”
-Amanda Seymour (‘19), Business Administration

#TWUGraduation2019
#GraduationWeekend
#Baccalaureate

4 weeks ago

“I wake up grateful now, every single day that God saved me, because I wasn’t living for him. How I’m living my life now—I’m completely filled with joy. I will be forever grateful for this place. I’m graduating with a degree, but I’m leaving an absolute changed man.”
-Vito Poletto (‘19), Business Administration, Men’s Soccer

#TWUGraduation2019 #Baccalaureate

1 month ago

The Baccalaureate Service has begun! #TWUGraduation2019 #Baccalaureate https://t.co/0Lu12V716F

1 month ago

These students are about to take their final steps across campus before they are officially graduands! Tonight we’re celebrating with a chapel service. Tomorrow will be the official commencement!
#TWUGraduation2019 #GraduationWeekend
#Baccalaureate

1 month ago

“What am I going to miss? The people! The relationships! It’s going to be tough not being able to see these special people everyday. I will also miss my professors. They’ve definitely helped shape who I am today.” -Victoria (‘19), Human Kinetics

#TWUGraduation2019 #GraduationWeekend

1 month ago

We’re all set to welcome in students, staff, faculty, friends and family for our Baccalaureate Service this evening! https://t.co/Bt2J8muilC

1 month ago

We ran into soon-to-be graduate Zephan McMillan!
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“I am going to miss the staff on campus, especially Glenn Hansen (Commuter Programs Director) and his wonderful attitude, crisp high-fives and excellent sense of humour, but I am looking forward to jumping into a career and getting into the wild, wild world.” -Zephan McMillan (‘19), Business Administration

#TWUGraduation2019 #GraduationWeekend

1 month ago

RT @TWUSpartans: MBB | BIG HIRE! Our new men's basketball coach is former @Raptors905 assistant Trevor Pridie!

Welcome to @TrinityWestern.…

1 month ago

“Now there is a tradition at volleyball games when it is set point, one away from winning a set, that we stand and point one finger up...
This is not just a symbolic version of the chant, ‘I believe that we will win! I believe that we will win!’, it is an expression of solidarity, that we will stand for each other and the unique community called Trinity Western University, that we will together stand and point the way to Jesus.” #ThankYouBob

1 month ago

RT @gvmcmillan: Tomorrow my son graduates with a BBA from @TrinityWestern University and I get to read his name as he crosses the stage at…

1 month ago

RT @USPORTS_VBall: Congrats to @TWUSpartans women's volleyball coach Ryan Hofer on being named to Team Canada's staff! https://t.co/nzu2ZJy

1 month ago

RT @TWURegistrar: Graduating students can pick up their regalia (caps, gowns, hoods) from RNT 122 starting on Friday (tomorrow). Regalia wi…

1 month ago

Fort Langley is ready to celebrate with you!

#TWUGraduation2019 #GraduationWeekend

1 month ago

RT @networkinginvan: A leading-edge MBA at @TrinityWestern University may just be the professional and personal gateway you’re searching fo…

1 month ago

The celebration begins tomorrow! You’re invited to our Baccalaureate service Friday, April 26 at the Langley campus. You can find more information on the service at https://t.co/AZrLTWvSuG. #TWUGraduation2019 #GraduationWeekend https://t.co/c5wE2vH6xA

1 month ago

The celebration begins tomorrow! You’re invited to our Baccalaureate service Friday, April 26 at the Langley campus. You can find more information on the service at TWU.ca/graduation. #TWUGraduation2019 #GraduationWeekend

1 month ago

Stop and reflect. We challenge you to stop and reflect on what you prayed for at the beginning of this academic year. Whatever you prayed for, our hope is that you can now look back and see where God worked and how he is actively working.

#FirstChapel #Prayer

1 month ago

Stop and reflect. We challenge you to stop and reflect on what you prayed for at the beginning of this academic year. Whatever you prayed for, our hope is that you can now look back and see where God worked and how he is actively working.

#FirstChapel #Prayer

1 month ago

President Kuhn's love for adventure and fun was so evident when interacting with students! Last year he had the opportunity to share his thoughts on embracing a life full of adventure and realizing that our attitude in response to adversity is something we choose.

"So when you think of your life do you see it as being marked by complacency or pursuit of comfort, or do you grit your teeth and endure each day, or can you describe your life as an adventure?"

#ThankYouBob

TEDx White Rock

1 month ago

Join us live for the 2019 Spring Commencement Ceremony.

Hosted at the Langley Events Centre. (Saturday, April 27 - processional begins at 1:50pm PDT)

1 month ago

Join us live for the 2019 Spring Baccalaureate Service - a worship service and final Chapel service of the year with graduands, family members, friends and the TWU community.

On campus in Langley at the David E. Enarson Gymnasium. (Friday, April 26, 7:00pm PDT)

1 month ago

#ThankYouBob | “I will wear my TWU and Spartan jacket and hoodie with pride not just because I am someone who loves this place, but because I’m proud of this school’s accomplishments, and because I love you.

These clothes will remind me that we are Trinity Western University. TWU is not an ‘it’, it is a ‘we’.
Trinity Western is a community, not just a place.”
-President Bob Kuhn, Farewell Chapel

This week is Bob Kuhn’s final week as President of Trinity Western University. We will be honouring his service this week. Be sure to find time to give him a greeting!

1 month ago

#ThankYouBob | “I will wear my TWU and Spartan jacket and hoodie with pride not just because I am someone who loves this place, but because I’m proud of this school’s accomplishments, and because I love you.

These clothes will remind me that we are Trinity Western University. TWU is not an ‘it’, it is a ‘we’.
Trinity Western is a community, not just a place.”
-President Bob Kuhn, Farewell Chapel

This week is Bob Kuhn’s final week as President of Trinity Western University. We will be honouring his service this week. Be sure to find time to give him a greeting!

1 month ago

“Death could not hold You, the veil tore before You
You silenced the boast, of sin and grave
The heavens are roaring, the praise of Your glory
For You are raised to life again!”
-What A Beautiful Name, Hillsong Worship

When I saw him, I fell at his feet as if I were dead. But he laid his right hand on me and said, “Don’t be afraid! I am the First and the Last. I am the living one. I died, but look—I am alive forever and ever! And I hold the keys of death and the grave. (Revelation 1:17-18)

HE IS RISEN.

#Easter

1 month ago

Jesus has conquered sin and death. HE IS RISEN. HE IS ALIVE! We are wishing our TWU community a blessed Easter Sunday. #Easter

: Joel Hansen https://t.co/pq7eaS6z7E

1 month ago

Jesus has conquered sin and death. HE IS RISEN. HE IS ALIVE! We are wishing our TWU community a blessed Easter Sunday.
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When I saw him, I fell at his feet as if I were dead. But he laid his right hand on me and said, “Don’t be afraid! I am the First and the Last. I am the living one. I died, but look—I am alive forever and ever! And I hold the keys of death and the grave. (Revelation 1:17-18)
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: Joel Hansen

1 month ago

Good Friday. We reflect on the significance of the cross and Christ's sacrifice. His death paid the cost so that we may experience eternal life in and through Him. Take a moment to reflect on the weight of Christ's life, His death, His unfathomable love for you. #GoodFriday https://t.co/LgqTN15J04

1 month ago

Good Friday | Today we reflect on the significance of the cross and Christ's sacrifice. We are reminded that His death paid the cost so that we may experience eternal life in and through Him. We encourage you to take a moment to reflect on the weight of Christ's life, His death, His unfathomable love for you.

MARK 15: 33-38
At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon. And at three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” (meaning, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”). When some of those standing near heard this, they said, “Listen, he’s calling Elijah.” Someone ran, filled a sponge with wine vinegar, put it on a staff, and offered it to Jesus to drink. “Now leave him alone. Let’s see if Elijah comes to take him down,” he said.

With a loud cry, Jesus breathed his last.

The curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. And when the centurion, who stood there in front of Jesus, saw how he died, he said, “Surely this man was the Son of God!” #GoodFriday

1 month ago

GOOD FRIDAY | Today we reflect on the significance of the cross and Christ's sacrifice. We are reminded that His death paid the cost so that we may experience eternal life in and through Him. We encourage you to take a moment to reflect on the weight of Christ's life and His unfathomable love for you.

MARK 15: 33-38
At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon. And at three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” (which means “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”).

1 month ago

RT @JohnDBarry: I finished my MDiv in December but had the opportunity to walk on Saturday. It was wonderful to celebrate with family and p…

1 month ago

THOUGHTS: Our friend N.T. Wright reflects on the meaning of Easter and explains what he thinks Christians are missing when it comes to recognizing and celebrating this Holy day.

1 month ago

Happy Thursday! Welcome to our Langley campus from the air. On clear days, Golden Ears and Mount Crickmer never fail to show off their beauty!

1 month ago

Dear student,
It has been another year of learning. For some it was your first year at this place, for most you have completed another year towards earning your respective degree.
We pray that during this exam season, in the times of anxiety, stress and fear of the unknown, you find your joy, strength and rest in Him.

“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.”
(Romans 15:13)

#ExamSeason #RestInHim

1 month ago

Dr. Kelsey Haskett, Professor of French; Chair, Department of World Languages and Cultures; Coordinator of European Studies at TWU was one of the eyewitnesses to the Notre Dame Cathedral fire.

“With thousands of Parisians and others I have just seen 800 years of history crumble before my eyes,” Haskett said.

Aldergrove Star

1 month ago

4. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
For seven years in a row, Trinity Western University has received an A-plus ranking for quality of teaching and learning.

“Our faculty continue to distinguish themselves as national and international leaders, inspiring the hearts and minds of students and peers alike. In terms of research, faculty members have competed for and received more funding than ever before.”
—Bob Kuhn, TWU President

BCBusiness

1 month ago

CONGRATULATIONS! Counselling Psychology student Danielle Palmer's entry into the @SSHRC_CRSH Storytellers contest, has been selected for this year's Hon. Mention category. https://t.co/kvQyaWkR3A #SSHRCStorytellers #SSHRC

1 month ago

PRAYER REQUEST: Mark Warawa, a TWU alumnus and long-time leader in Langley-Aldergrove region is facing a huge health challenge. Let’s keep Mark, his family and the doctors in our prayers as they continue to run tests. https://t.co/juasgn4Rxq

1 month ago

PRAYER REQUEST: Mark Warawa, Member of Parliament for Langley-Aldergrove and TWU alumnus is asking our community for prayer as he faces a big health challenge.

Please keep Mark, his family and the doctors in your prayers as they continue to run tests.

"We have our total trust in God. Yes there has been lots of tears, but the God who created us has healed me and saved my life before. Most important is I know God loves me and wants me to trust Him. I do!" -Mark Warawa (Instagram post)

1 month ago

EYEWITNESS: “With thousands of Parisians and others I have just seen 800 years of history crumble before my eyes,” -Kelsey Haskett, Ph.D.
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Dr. Kelsey Haskett, Professor of French; Chair, Department of World Languages and Cultures; Coordinator of European Studies at TWU was one of the eyewitnesses to this week’s Notre Dame Cathedral fire.

Read an article by the Aldergrove Star documenting Dr. Haskett’s experience at the link in the bio.

#NotreDameCathedral #TWUeuropeanstudies
: @lubominar

1 month ago

Dr. Kelsey Haskett, Prof. of French; Chair, Dept. of World Languages and Cultures; Coordinator of European Studies at TWU was one of the eyewitnesses to the Notre Dame fire.

“With thousands of Parisians and others I have just seen 800 years of history crumble before my eyes,” https://t.co/edC4XSzwid

1 month ago

TWU M.A. Counselling Psychology student Danielle Palmer's entry into the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Storytellers contest, a post-secondary research communication challenge, has been selected for this year's Honourable Mention category.

1 month ago

Congratulations to Andrew Hansen ('13) for being named to the @bcbusiness 2019 30 Under 30! Andrew found a gap and is building bridges between marketing agency services and the industrial industry. #TWUbusiness https://t.co/uapePY8b09

1 month ago

Congratulations to Andrew Hansen ('13) for being named to the BCBusiness 2019 30 Under 30! Andrew found a gap and is building bridges between marketing agency services and the industrial industry. #TWUbusiness

1 month ago

RT @CHEOSNews: The latest CHÉOS newsletter is now available!

—a new collaboration with @uemshspr & @TrinityWestern
—the upcoming @N2Cana…

1 month ago

CYCLING: Dr. David Clements, Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, and Dr. Geraldine Jordan, assistant professor in Geography and Environmental Studies at TWU both share about their passion to develop better, safer, more accessible road conditions for bicycling in Langley.

1 month ago

Dr. David Clements, Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, and Dr. Geraldine Jordan, Professor in Geography & Environ. Studies both share about their passion to develop better, safer, more accessible road conditions for bicycling in Langley. https://t.co/nKKhBI3j66

1 month ago

RT @RobynneHealey: Yesterday was the last day of SP19 classes @TrinityWestern. Every Friday afternoon this semester, I was privileged to ta…

1 month ago

RT @npaklui: It’s the last day of classes @TWUeduc! I am looking forward to celebrating our graduates and starting summer break soon. ♥️ ht…

1 month ago

Trinity Western gave out the most Complete Champion Awards in program history, honouring eight well deserving student-athletes at the Spartans Athletics annual year-end awards banquet.

Congratulations to these well-deserving student-athletes who have advanced to the edge of their abilities both academically and personally, and who have also demonstrated leadership and a desire to grow spiritually.

1 month ago

RT @_TimJames: @TrinityWestern Bob has been a big fan of @TWUSpartans. During home broadcasts I'll ask for viewers to email/tweet us. Bob n…

1 month ago

RT @marshillnews: #ThankYouBob for your service, kindness and guidance.

Read Bob Kuhn’s letter to the students on Mars’ Hill’s latest i…

1 month ago

RT @Miss_BaileyMae: I met @TWU_Bob on my first day at @TrinityWestern. He approached me while having lunch and asked if I was okay. I could…

1 month ago

President Bob Kuhn gave his final chapel address to the student body. It was a beautiful time to celebrate his presidency, leadership and friendship.

We thank you Bob for your service to this student body. May God bless you and keep you in your next adventure. #ThankYouBob https://t.co/41XqmtqPjg

1 month ago

Today President Bob Kuhn gave his final chapel address to students, alumni and friends. It was a beautiful time to celebrate his presidency, leadership and friendship.

We thank you Bob for your service to this student body. May God bless you and keep you in your next adventure.

As his time as President winds down, we will be celebrating Bob Kuhn in looking back at the legacy he has left at this place.

#ThankYouBob

1 month ago

Today President Bob Kuhn gave his final chapel address to students, alumni and friends. It was a beautiful time to celebrate his presidency, leadership and friendship.

We thank you Bob for your service to this student body. May God bless you and keep you in your next adventure.

As his time as President winds down, we will be celebrating Bob Kuhn in looking back at the legacy he has left at this place.

#ThankYouBob

1 month ago

Join us live for Bob Kuhn's Farewell Chapel as he completes his term as president of Trinity Western University. (11:00am PST)

1 month ago

Join us live for Bob Kuhn's Farewell Chapel as he completes his term as president of Trinity Western University. (11:00am PST)

1 month ago

222 days have flown by since Orientation Day! Can you believe that tomorrow is the final day of classes for the academic year?

1 month ago

We’ve had some incredible sunsets this year. We want to share this one that was hanging above McMillan Hall.

1 month ago

Graduation Weekend is in just over two weeks! You can find Baccalaureate and Commencement Ceremony information at TWU.ca/graduate under the Spring Graduation section.

For further questions please contact TWUGraduation@twu.ca.

1 month ago

Graduation Weekend is in just over two weeks! You can find Baccalaureate and Commencement Ceremony information at https://t.co/obAGP0Gx5Y under the Spring Graduation section.
For further questions please contact TWUGraduation@twu.ca. https://t.co/1p9AQyNXwN

1 month ago

PERSON-CENTRED HEALTH CARE: Dr. Rick Sawatzky of the TWU School of Nursing is helping lead research surrounding the enhancement of person-centred health care.

The initiative will support multiple events and joint research projects on the routine use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in frail elderly people. Dr. Sawatzky is the Program Head for Patient-Report Outcomes at CHÉOS.

1 month ago

RT @CHEOSNews: “This is a very exciting opportunity for enhancing international research collaborations” — @RickSawatzky1

We are excited t…

1 month ago

Tall Tales Theatre company is excited to be producing The One You Feed by Alexandria Bay (BFA Acting student) in collaboration with SAMC Theatre at TWU.

TICKETS and more information: TWU.ca/one-you-feed

SAMC at TWU

1 month ago

RT @bcbusiness: Educational requirement: Build upon academic rigour and relevance @TrinityWestern https://t.co/qvxgm4TrPv https://t.co/05JI

1 month ago

“From my first day of class, I’ve quickly learned that learning how to positively impact communities starts with entering places as listeners and servants and actually being with the people.

Whether it’s been doing life with my dorm or listening to people’s stories on the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, being with people has been one of the most educational experiences so far at TWU.”
-First Year student

1 month ago

Farewell Chapel | We invite you to join our community on Thursday, April 11 at the David E. Enarson Gymnasium (Langley campus) for an extended chapel from 11:00am-11:40am to worship the Lord together and thank President Bob Kuhn for his service at TWU as he completes his term. https://t.co/qB6p6rBtio

1 month ago

Farewell Chapel | We invite you to join our community on Thursday, April 11 at the David E. Enarson Gymnasium for an extended chapel from 11:00am to 11:40am to worship the Lord together and thank President Bob Kuhn for his service at Trinity Western University as he completes his term.

LIVE STREAM: If you are not able to attend the event, you can join us via live stream on our Facebook Page.

Location: David E. Enarson Gymnasium, Langley campus
Parking: On-campus paid parking

1 month ago

We’re excited to welcome these student-athletes in the fall! https://t.co/E7ji4IGOgb

1 month ago

Our friend Bart Millard, writer and composer of MercyMe Music hit "I Can Only Imagine" has been donning his TWU t-shirt on the Imagine Nation tour!

1 month ago

STUDENT RESEARCH: Emilio Rodriguez (BA International Development, '19) recently defended a research project on refugee protection in Mexico before a panel of experts in Washington, DC. We are excited to see his continuing work after graduating from TWU this spring!

1 month ago

Life happens! Degree completion for busy adults is at the heart of the Adult Degree Completion (ADC) program at Trinity Western University. https://t.co/aCGKsOtSnU

1 month ago

FESTIVAL: The School of Arts, Media + Culture presents the Festival of the Arts, Media + Culture! Happening now until April 12.

See the full schedule of events at TWU.ca/famc.

1 month ago

Congratulations to all of our student-athletes for another great season of athletics! https://t.co/IysfCCuZZv

1 month ago

One year later: Today marks the first anniversary of the April 6, 2018 Humboldt Broncos tragedy. This team has many connections to our TWU community, including the men’s hockey team, and coach Barret Kropf.

Let’s continue to pray for healing for the many families that are still experiencing the pain of loss. #HumboldtStrong

1 month ago

Congratulations to our three students who received CPA Education Foundation awards presented by the Chartered Professional Accountants’ Education Foundation of British Columbia! https://t.co/bNyEadGIMr

1 month ago

It’s been a great week at TWU.
The academic year is winding down!
Next week is our last week of classes.

Let’s pray for our students as they are working on final projects and preparing for the final exam season.

1 month ago

SUMMER CLASSES: Summer Sessions at TWU offers 1, 3 and 6-week summer courses between May and September. You can access summer courses on-campus, online, at a life-changing retreat, at University Week at Camp and travel studies around the world.
MORE: https://t.co/0LWvWnfYBA https://t.co/V7YoUkPO0T

1 month ago

SUMMER CLASSES: Summer Sessions at Trinity Western University offers 1, 3 and 6-week summer courses between May and September. You can access summer courses on-campus, online, at a life-changing retreat, at University Week at Camp and travel studies around the world.

Check out what is being offered this summer here: twu.ca/academics/programs-study/summer-sessions

1 month ago

Come experience what a day-in-the-life is like at TWU! Visit us on Monday, April 8 at our Langley campus.

Learn about our programs, attend a lecture and meet our amazing community of professors and students, among other fun activities. Plus, you can even bring your parents.
This is so much more than just an open house.

Visit TWU.ca/visit for more information and to sign up!

1 month ago

The cherry blossoms on campus are about to fully bloom. Daily Hive Vancouver wants you to capture them for a chance to win an iPad!

To enter, simply post your best photos on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram with the hashtags: #vancherryblossomfest and #TELUSPureFibre.

1 month ago

RT @JohnMcKayLib: It’s hard saying goodbye to another great @TrinityWestern intern. Joanna is sharp, helpful and a great delight & we wish…

1 month ago

THROWBACK: The official opening of the new Student Centre took place on Jan. 20, 1997, just over one year after the Dec. 1, 1995 ground-breaking ceremony.

In Oct., 1997, the new centre was named in honour of Delbert Reimer, a founding member of the school’s Board of Governors. https://t.co/fJLAe04xB1

1 month ago

INNOVATION: This Ladner scientist, innovator and TWU alumnus has been recognized as one of B.C.'s best and brightest young leaders in receiving a Forty under 40 Award from Business in Vancouver.

1 month ago

Trees, mountains, rivers, fresh air...Like this photo if you agree that British Columbia is one of the most beautiful places in the world!

#BeautifulBritishColumbia #Campus

1 month ago

TOMORROW! Cuddle some cute animals, marvel at some creepy creatures and learn about Graduate Studies at TWU.
https://t.co/XuC53zkI9x https://t.co/cqb5aI5nm4

1 month ago

TOMORROW! If you're a student at our Langley campus, cuddle some cute animals, marvel at some creepy creatures and learn about Graduate Studies at TWU.

twu.ca/graduate

1 month ago

From working in the US Department of Education to already having several articles published in The Wall Street Journal, Alexandra Hudson (Vankevich, ’14) still recognizes her time at TWU as foundational in developing the exact type of person she wanted to be amidst big challenges.

1 month ago

From working in the US Department of Education to already having several articles published in The Wall Street Journal, Alexandra Hudson (Vankevich, ’14) still recognizes her time at TWU as foundational amidst facing big challenges. https://t.co/FponfeJ1oH

1 month ago

RT @TWUeduc: Morning walk on campus- the blossoms are everywhere at @TrinityWestern! #twu #schoolofeducation https://t.co/tChsSOKJSq

1 month ago

CHRISTIANITY & CULTURE: Christianity and Culture has a strong interdisciplinary and historical approach that seeks to give students a broad understanding of the relationship of Christianity to Western culture.

We want to help students prepare for graduate theological studies and to provide a solid foundation for those who desire to enter ministry. Majors, concentrations, and minors explore the relationship between the historic Christian faith and contemporary values, issues, institutions, and lifestyles.

1 month ago

STUDENT RESEARCH: Emilio Rodriguez (International Development, '19) recently defended a research project on refugee protection in Mexico before a panel of experts in Washington, DC. We are excited to see his continuing work after graduating from TWU this spring!
Way to go, Emilio.

Read more about his research at the link in the bio.

1 month ago

“From my first day of class, I’ve quickly learned that learning how to positively impact communities starts with entering cities as listeners and servants and actually being with the people.

Whether it’s been doing life with my dorm or listening to people’s stories on the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, being with people has been one of the most educational experiences so far at TWU.”
-First Year student

#ServePeople #ForPeople #WithPeople

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CHRISTIANITY & CULTURE: This program has a strong interdisciplinary and historical approach that seeks to give students a broad understanding of the relationship of Christianity to Western culture and equip them for further graduate studies. Learn more: https://t.co/YprONAdvXx https://t.co/ITt1vCCqdt

1 month ago

Congratulations to Andrew Hansen ('13) for being named to @bcbusiness Top 30 Under 30! Andrew found a gap and is building bridges between marketing agency services and the industrial industry. https://t.co/W1bubWtVjX

1 month ago

"'I don't need very much now," said the boy, "just a quiet place to sit and rest. I am very tired."
"Well," said the tree, straightening herself up as much as she could,
"well, an old stump is good for sitting and resting. Come, Boy, sit down. Sit down and rest.'"
― Shel Silverstein, The Giving Tree

Today is International Children's Book Day! A lot of these stories stay with us as we grow up. What was your childhood favourite?

1 month ago

Where do you picture yourself making an impact? For some, it may be in the business sector and corporate communications. Wherever you are called vocationally, we want to help you get there through close relationships with professors and gaining relevant knowledge and tools.

#Faithful #Fearless #Focused #SchoolOfBusiness

1 month ago

PREVIEW DAY! Visit us on Apr. 8 at our Langley campus.
Learn about our programs, attend a lecture and meet our amazing community of professors and students...Plus, you can even bring your parents.
Visit https://t.co/50K3V9QT1R to sign up!

https://t.co/qIxqMTXowC

1 month ago

ANIMALS & EDUCATION! Come meet critters both creepy and cuddly and learn about the possible next steps of your education!
Apr. 4 11:30am-2:30pm

Location:
If sunny - front of the TWU Student Association Lounge
If rainy - lobby of the Reimer Student Centre
https://t.co/obAGP0Gx5Y https://t.co/9ENrtxK5He

1 month ago

FROM BASKETBALL TO DISCUS: Former TWU student-athlete and MBA graduate Tyrell Mara ('11) has his eyes set on the 2020 Olympic games.

1 month ago

RT @LexiOHudson: Honored to be profiled as a ⁦@TrinityWestern⁩ alumn. My years @ TWU, immersed in ideas & hist, were the best of my life &…

1 month ago

Graduation Weekend is now less than one month away. Can you believe it?
We’re excited to celebrate with you! You can find all spring graduation details at https://t.co/AZrLTWvSuG.

*Note: this year’s commencement ceremony will be held at the Langley Events Centre https://t.co/htNorqsnGn

1 month ago

Graduation Weekend is now less than one month away. Can you believe it?
We’re excited to celebrate with you! You can find all spring graduation details at TWU.ca/graduation.

*New venue: this year’s commencement ceremony will be held at the Langley Events Centre

#Baccalaureate #Commencement #Graduation

1 month ago

FROM BASKETBALL TO DISCUS: Former TWU student-athlete and MBA graduate Tyrell Mara ('11) has his eyes set on the 2020 Olympic games. @TWUSpartans https://t.co/AXbjbPaqeY

1 month ago

RT @ab_perrin: Thanks again to @TWUalum for an amazing evening exploring scrolls and scriptures @TrinityWestern! Head over to the @twudssi…

1 month ago

The cherry blossoms are starting to make their appearance. By graduation the trees on campus should be in full bloom! #PhotoOp

1 month ago

TWU's own Urban & Hip-hop dance team, Agape Dance Team, recently participated in The Academy Urban Dance Competition for the first time in Toronto! We love how this on-campus team has elevated their craft in our community. Check out their routine below: https://t.co/6B2FxOWuQF

1 month ago

TWU's own Urban & Hip-hop dance team, Agape Dance Team, recently participated in The Academy Urban Dance Competition for the first time in Toronto, Ontario! We love how this on-campus team has elevated their craft in our community. Check out their routine below:

1 month ago

GLOBAL UNIVERSITY: While the world calls for graduates to be relevant and meet industry needs, universities also have a role to play by remaining significant, ensuring they prepare students for a world they will soon be entering to avoid skills gaps.

Study International

1 month ago

GLOBAL UNIVERSITY: As the world of work becomes more global in nature, students must be equipped with the right skills and knowledge that allows them to thrive. This makes it important for them to develop cultural awareness to succeed in the 21st century. https://t.co/jh5MeIfrAh

1 month ago

RT @NightShift_SM: So excited to be at ⁦@TrinityWestern⁩ today. Joining with Professor Wang and his Digital Art class. #LoveHopePurposeDesi…

2 months ago

Life happens! Degree completion for busy adults is at the heart of the Adult Degree Completion (ADC) program at Trinity Western University.

BCBusiness

2 months ago