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Trinity Western University
Trinity Western University was established in 1962 as a private institution. It began two-year programs in 1962, and by 1980, the number of enrolments increased, and bachelor's degree programs began to be offered. Earlier, known as Trinity Western College, it is considered the fourth-oldest institution in British Columbia. The university focuses on science, liberal arts and professional studies and is an associate of the Royal Society of Canada.
Why Trinity Western University
- TWU has regularly been ranked among the top two universities in Canada for their educational experience by the National Survey of Student Engagement.
- An on-campus housing facility is available for 1,100 students, including dorms, community living (Robson), and apartments (reserved for upperclassman).
- It is spread over 157 acres; the university campus comprises Alloway Library, Fraser Hall, Larsen Atrium, Music Building, Neufeld Science Centre, and Stanley Nelson Student Centre.
- Trinity Western University offers note-worthy research facilities to all the faculty members and students equally to do exceptional research in their respective fields.