– Writing Support
TRU SLS Constitution:
A PDF version of the Constitution may be viewed here: SLS-Constitution-March-6-2017.
The Elections committee is made up of non-SLS members and is appointed via application after the Annual General Meeting in March for the following term. Election committee bylaws can be viewed here.
TRU SLS Member Behaviour Policy:
A PDF version of the Member Behaviour Policy may be viewed here.
TRU SLS Meeting Minutes:
Meeting minutes from the SLS meetings can be found at this link. All meetings are open to al students unless indicated.
TRU SLS Funding Documents:
Interested in applying for funding from the TRU SLS? Ensure you are familiar with the funding guidelines before you apply. Requests not in compliance with the guidelines will not be accepted.
TRU students may also be eligible to apply for funding from TRUSU. See TRUSU for more information.
TRU SLS Club Registration Form
Note you must be a registered TRU SLS Club to apply for TRU SLS and Law Foundation funding
TRUSU New Club Registration Information
Note you must be a registered TRUSU club to apply for TRUSU funding
Study rooms in HOL may be booked here.
The Student Union in the CAC also offers a variety of study rooms as well as larger spaces for meetings, and may be booked here.
Looking to book a full classroom? Room bookings for events can be booked through TRU here. Please submit bookings a minimum of 72 hours prior to your event.
Writing and Citation Support:
TRU Library Writing Support website provides students with information and resources about writing procedures, essay styles, plagiarism, academic policy, and cultural approaches to writing and citation. This website is collectively maintained by various TRU groups and is a place for students to access material which will help them create a strong, better, and more academically significant essay.
Writing a paper but don’t have your McGill Guide handy? Both Queens University and Durham College provide online versions for citation support. The University of Calgary also provides an online collection of journal abbreviations as found in the McGill Guide Appendices.