Trinity College Mission Statement

A small, distinctive college at the heart of a great university, Trinity offers an exceptional academic experience and fosters community, responsibility and leadership.

Trinity College in Toronto, Ontario, is one of the smallest and most prestigious colleges on the St. George Campus of the University of Toronto. The College has approximately 1,700 undergraduate students who are enrolled in the university's Faculty of Arts and Science, and about 140 students in Trinity's Faculty of Divinity, Canada's oldest Anglican theological school. Since its founding in 1851 the College has valued and fostered a high level of academic achievement.

A majority of Trinity students graduate with Distinction or High Distinction and go on to professional and graduate programs throughout the world. Among the College's graduates are writer Malcolm Gladwell, filmmaker Atom Egoyan, businessman the late Ted Rogers, former Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson, and Canada's ambassador to Washington Michael Wilson. Those who have taught here include Robertson Davies and Margaret MacMillan, the College's former Provost.