Humans of Orientation

Incoming TRU students share their hopes and fears at the start of another year

Savannah Ballentyne and Brianna Mueller

Savannah Ballentyne (Science) and Brianna Mueller (Business)

Mueller: “I’m most excited to make new friends”

Ballentyne: “I’m nervous about it being a different setting, but I’m also excited because it’s different and I can meet new people.”

 

Camilla Souig, Anna Kraugerud, Emilie Irgens (Tourism)

Camilla Souig, Anna Kraugerud, Emilie Irgens (Tourism)

Souig: “I’m excited about meeting new people from different parts of Canada and the world and I’m excited to have new classes.”

Kraugerud: “We’re from Norway. I’m excited about seeing Canada and what Kamloops has to offer and TRU as well, and meeting people from all over the world.”

 

Haley Korpan and Jessica Walker (Nursing)

Haley Korpan and Jessica Walker (Nursing)

Walker: “I’m excited to get in clinicals and just get started in courses in the Nursing program and work in the community.”

Korpan: “I think that’s what I’m most nervous about is the clinicals.”

 

Braden Moritz and Surbhi Spolia (Education and Skills Training)

Braden Moritz and Surbhi Spolia (Education and Skills Training)

Spolia: “I’m mostly scared about what people think about me and I’m new to the school so I might get lost. I’m excited for the classes I’m doing with the ESTR course and excited to meet new people.”

Moritz: “I wonder what other people will be like when they see me, that’s about it.”

 

 

Lynden Sandy (Science)

Lynden Sandy (Science)

“I’m most excited about learning.”

 

 

Emmalee Pitcher (Arts)

Emmalee Pitcher (Arts)

“I’m most excited to learn new things and experience what I want and do what I want.”

 

Autumn Dickens and Courtney Schalm (Arts)

Autumn Dickens and Courtney Schalm (Arts)

Dickens: “I’m probably most scared of paying for parking every day because it’s expensive.”