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Royal Roads University



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A place for transformational education

At Royal Roads, we celebrate a vibrant community of students, staff, faculty, associate faculty, researchers and alumni. Together, we create a safe and welcoming space to deliver life changing education. 

Learn about our rich history, strategic commitments and powerful network of changemakers working toward a brighter future.   

Our inspiring leadership

Royal Roads relies on many people to provide leadership, guidance and expertise to the university and its operations.

Meet the people and groups who administer our learning community.




What sets us apart

It’s not just our vibrant educational environment, hands-on learning opportunities or team-based model that sets us apart. It’s the powerful combination of how we do things differently that defines your experience.

Feel the difference of meaningful, practical and personal education, and see why RRU is Canada's university for changemakers. 

Our approach to learning, teaching and research

It’s a tall order to create an educational approach that inspires people with the courage to transform the world. But that’s what we've done.

Our Learning, Teaching and Research Model explains how – and why – we do things the way we do. It also supports the decisions we make in the classroom, in our programs and in the wider world.

Our LTRM guides us as we live our values: applied and authentic, caring and community-based, and transformational.

Applied and authentic

We see our university as a network of global citizens. We're unique, passionate, determined lifelong learners, up for the hands-on challenges we face. Our flexible, individualized approach lets you apply your learning, and learn from your experiences. Our model challenges you to tackle complex, real-life problems by learning to connect ideas from diverse perspectives.

Caring and community-based

We learn from each other's unique experiences. Our model encourages our whole community to foster this learning with creativity, dialogue and debate. At any age, at any stage of your learning, you'll know you're at a university that values you.


We embrace innovation, and we respect tradition. We seek to make the world a better place by solving difficult problems — something we call changemaking. Our model encourages us all to reflect on our own impact, and on how we can do better — for everyone's benefit.


If you have a health condition or disability that affects your learning, you can get extra support. Health conditions can be temporary or permanent, or affect you physically or mentally.

Accessibility Services offers confidential advice and support with an aim to remove barriers for your learning.

We need to understand the functional limitations you have, whether it's because of a temporary or permanent health condition or disability.

Types of health challenges

Health challenges can include temporary or permanent disabilities, or physical or mental health challenges.

Access Advisors will offer you different support or services depending on your circumstances.

Temporary disability

Examples of a temporary disability:

  • a healable injury
  • a broken limb
  • a concussion

For a cold or flu in our community of caring you can ask your instructors for short-term flexibility with individual assignment deadlines.

Permanent disability

Examples of a permanent disability:

  • a chronic health condition
  • low vision or blindness
  • deafness or difficulty hearing
  • limited mobility
  • neurodiversity, learning disability or mental health challenges

Academic or physical accommodations

Here are some examples of support you can receive for temporary or permanent health challenges:

  • extra time for assignments or tests
  • transcription of course materials to other formats
  • emotional supports including emotional support animals
  • wheelchair accessible tables or computer workstations
  • sign language interpreting or captioning
  • medical leaves of absence (request form pdf)
  • authorized withdrawal from individual courses for personal medical reasons (request form pdf)

Other assistance

The following organizations can provide assistive technology or course materials to support your learning needs. This may include requesting materials in formats like digital audio, large print or e-text for screen readers.

  • Assistive Technology BC provides assistive technology resources to make learning environments usable for people with disabilities throughout BC.
  • CAPER-BC (Centre for Accessible Post-Secondary Education Resources) helps BC post-secondary students get their course materials in formats that meet their learning needs.

Your learning environment

Get to know the spaces and facilities that will support your educational journey at Royal Roads University.

Our oceanfront campus — set on a National Historic Site — is a learning environment like no other.

We have:

  • Campus Welcome Desk
  • Parking
  • Food services
  • Library
  • Bookstore
  • Campus learning spaces
  • Sneq’wa e’lun
  • Multi-faith spaces
  • Recreation
  • Where to stay
  • Campus Store
  • Transportation



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