Rachel Wiebe will be attending Trinity Western University this fall

Local grad heads to TWU

Rachel Wiebe of Nakusp, B.C., daughter of Daniel and Sandra Wiebe, has been awarded TWU's prestigious President’s Scholarship.

Rachel Wiebe of Nakusp, B.C., daughter of Daniel and Sandra Wiebe, has been awarded the President’s Scholarship to attend Trinity Western University for the fall 2012 semester. This prestigious scholarship is awarded annually to the top academic students of the incoming first-year class.

Wiebe is a recent graduate of Nakusp Secondary School where she played on the senior volleyball, basketball, soccer, and golf teams. Not only was she active athletically, she also served as grad president for both student council and yearbook. She is planning to pursue a pre-pharmacy degree at Trinity Western.

On September 1 she will be welcomed to campus for TWU’s O-Week, a signature orientation program designed to welcome new students to the campus learning environment, introduce them to the local area, and connect them with other first-year students who come from around the world to study at TWU.

Trinity Western University, Canada’s premier Christian university of the arts, sciences, and professions, is pleased to welcome Rachel. Recognized for quality, TWU is consistently ranked among the top two universities in Canada for Educational Experience by the National Survey of Student Engagement; holds three Canada Research Chairs; wins National Championships in CIS sports; and emphasizes experiential learning to prepare graduates to make a global impact.

 

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