OUR LOUNGE CAN SERVE YOU IN MANY WAYS
Coffee

  • Republica Perfect Storm

Other Beverages

  • Tea
  • Hot chocolate
PRINTING

  • Black and white: 10 free pages per day (*10 cents/page afterward)
  • Colour: 20 cents/page
  • Photocopying
  • Scanning

BOOKINGS

Our lounge, located in the Douglas Centre, is available to rent out at zero cost! You can book the space for Dorm meetings, events, game nights, and more. Stop by the TWUSA lounge to book your slot.

LOUNGE

The TWUSA lounge is a welcoming atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. Come by to connect with friends, catch up on homework, or simply recline.

TWUSA LOUNGE HOURS

The TWUSA office is closed for Chapel (10:55 am – 11:35 am daily) and exam weeks.

Times are subject to change on event days.

YOU CAN ALSO RENT AWESOME GEAR

TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT

  • Sound Board
  • Large Speakers
  • Microphone Stands
  • Music Stands
  • Spot Lights
  • Extension Cords

LIGHTS

  • Lamps
  • Multicolour Bulb Lights
  • Tiki Torches
  • Christmas Lights

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Bicycles
  • Tricycles
  • Bulletin Board
  • Tarps
  • Megaphone
  • Banana Suits
  • Gorilla Suit
  • Projector
  • Tent
  • Chalkboards

NOTE:

Our rentals are free but require a deposit of $20 or your student card which will be returned to you on the return of the items rented.

Each rental has 24 hour usage period unless specifically discussed with a TWUSA member and approved by the Director of Operations and Services.

When renting out an item, you must sign an agreement that states that you are liable for the items during your care. Any damage or misplacement of items will result in a fine or charge for replacement.

THE CUBE

Acting as an intermediary, The Cube bookstore receives textbooks from students wishing to sell them and offers these books to other students wishing to buy them. The allocated money is then transferred back to the seller after a 10% servicing fee is retracted. All profits made from The Cube are put in the TWUSA endowment fund for future use.

The Cube operates through Books2go.ca. Students can create an account through the website and add in their own books for purchase. Once an account is created, students can find available books for sale.

QUESTIONS?

Contact Braden Barwich, the Director of Operations and Services, for any questions or concerns.

CLUBS

ART CLUB

Contact: Cassie Thorpe

Department: SAMC

BIOLOGY CLUB

Contact: Wes Richardson

Department: NATS

CHEMISTRY CLUB

Contact: Trevor Burgess

Department: NATS

BC YOUNG LIBERALS

Contact: Madison Fleischer

Department: HSS

BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW CLUB

Contact: Matthew Loughrin

Department: HSS

GENERATION SCREWED (CANADIAN TAXPAYERS FEDERATION)

Contact: Michael Loughrin

MATH, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLUB

Contact: Max Stow

Department: NATS

MUSIC GUILD/ORB

Contact: Colin Jamieson

Department: SAMC

PRE-VET CLUB

Contact: Makaila Lapointe

Department: NATS

TKC MANNA CLUB

Contact: Scott Lee

Department: HSS

PHILOSOPHY CLUB

Contact: Matthew Tucker

Department: HSS

SPACES LITERARY JOURNAL

Contact: Heather Twele

Department: HSS

TRINITY ENTREPRENEUR ASSOCIATION

Contact: Andrew Brookes

Department: Business

STUDENT BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (SBA)

Contact: Daniel Erkau

Department: Business

TRINITY REFUGEE AWARENESS ASSOCIATION (TRAC)

Contact: Jordan Kowslowsky

Department: HSS

FUTURE TEACHERS SOCIETY

Contact: Breanna Hayward

Department: Education

TRINITY ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATION

Contact: Kayla Gordon

Department: Business

TWU CONSERVATIVE CLUB

Contact: Brett Wilson

Department: HSS

UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY INITIATIVE (UPSI)

Contact: Sally Maeng

Department: HSS

YOUNG AMERICAN FOUNDATION (YAF)

Contact: Zuri Vankevich

Department: HSS

TWU RISE

Contact: Sienna Bontorin

Department: HKIN