TWU freezes tuition for 2014-15

December 4, 2013

Trinity Western University recently announced that it will be freezing tuition for the 2014-15 academic year. Halfway through the spring semester last year, TWU notified students of a tuition increase that would affect the following summer and fall semesters. The TWU Student Association (TWUSA) submitted a resolution on behalf of the student body requesting that the university provide students more notice of tuition increases. TWU “took a step further and froze tuition rates for the upcoming academic year,” explains an official news release. “We know that despite what a great educational experience TWU is, and how much many of you love being here, that it’s expensive. We’ve been listening,” says TWU President Bob Kuhn. TWU News Release