TRU has approximately 14,000 full-time students on campus and more than 2,600 international students in Kamloops. The campus is situated on a plateau overlooking the city and the North and South Thompson Rivers and is designed to be easily walked from one part of the campus to another. It is serviced by the Kamloops bus system and has superb sporting facilities including a track, sporting fields, Olympic sized pool and gymnasium.
KamloopsKamloops, Canada Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus<100,000 residents in KamloopsLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English
The main Thompson Rivers University campus is in Kamloops, a city of over 85,000 at the center of the southern interior of the province of British Columbia. Kamloops is approximately four hours drive northeast of Vancouver and is serviced by multiple daily flights to and from Vancouver and Calgary.
Superb summers, four dramatic seasons, sports and outdoor recreation, including world-class downhill skiing, and a diversity of cultural activities that few small cities can match are among the attractions of Kamloops.
Students are within minutes from spectacular natural landscapes with the chance for hiking, fishing and biking among many outdoor activities. Kamloops is situated on the main rail and highway routes to the Canadian Rockies. Banff and Jasper National Parks are less than a day's drive away.