Trinity Western University

Laurentian Leadership Centre

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To apply to the LLC, undergraduate students must have at least 60 s/h with a minimum average GPA of 2.75. Undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a university or college that is a member of the AUCC or CHEC may apply to the LLC certificate program as a visiting student. Visiting students will be students of Trinity Western University for a semester at the LLC. It is up to the student to determine in advance if the courses will be transferrable to their home institution. Students should obtain a letter of permission from their home institution to ensure transferability of part or all of the course credits.

Three criteria are used to evaluate admission to the LLC:

  1. academic record
  2. demonstrated commitment to and compatibility with a living/learning community and
  3. leadership experience.

Required prerequisite course: Trinity Western University's POLS 234, Introduction to Canadian Government and Politics, or an approved equivalent course.

Application deadlines: February 15 for fall semester (September to December) and October 15 for spring semester (January to April). 

To apply you must submit:

  1. An Application Form or Visiting Student Application Form (completed by you)
  2. Two Academic Reference Forms* (completed by professors who know you)
  3. One Confidential Personal Reference Form* (This should be completed by a pastor or family friend who knows you personally as a mentor. It should not be a fellow student unless that person is your RA.)
  4. Resume
  5. Unofficial Academic Transcript(s)
  6. Academic Writing Sample

*Note to referees: Please save the completed file to your computer with your name and the student's name in the file name (e.g. "LLC Reference - Jane Doe - Prof. Smith") before sending it as an email attachment to Jayne.Cummins@twu.ca. Some people have had trouble accidentally submitting blank foms.

Please contact llcinfo@twu.ca if you have any questions about the application process, requirements, or the forms themselves.