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Is there anyway to confirm online that all of the documents have been received? Will we receive an email informing us the application has been completed or do we need to email admissions? 

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Mine say received with the date that it was received on my application page!

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44 minutes ago, Schooliscool said:

Mine say received with the date that it was received on my application page!

Is that on the education planner BC page under submitted applications? Mine doesn't have a section for that just for date submitted. 

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16 minutes ago, ceta said:

Is that on the education planner BC page under submitted applications? Mine doesn't have a section for that just for date submitted. 

You'll have to log in through myTRU to check the status of your application and to view which documents have been received. 

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7 minutes ago, ceta said:

Is that on the education planner BC page under submitted applications? Mine doesn't have a section for that just for date submitted. 

Hmm how long ago did you apply? I applied back in September, and received a link to create a profile for mytru.tru.ca about a week later, and all my updates are on that website! 

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11 minutes ago, Schooliscool said:

Hmm how long ago did you apply? I applied back in September, and received a link to create a profile for mytru.tru.ca about a week later, and all my updates are on that website! 

Thank you so much. I had missed the email and now looked and discovered they haven't received one letter of recommendation yet.

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5 hours ago, Schooliscool said:

Hmm how long ago did you apply? I applied back in September, and received a link to create a profile for mytru.tru.ca about a week later, and all my updates are on that website! 

I applied end of October and still haven't received one... I got one that had the basic "thank you for your interest" with info about statement of interest, letters of reference and transcripts, but nothing regarding setting up an account... 

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I’m already a TRU student, I received this email on October 21st:

”Thank you for your interest in Thompson Rivers University and application to the Law (JD) program.

Your file is complete and you should expect an update no later than the end of April (however, hopeful by the end of January).”

 

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