Trinity College within The University of Toronto
A major advantage of Trinity’s Federation with the University of Toronto, is that the rich student life of the UofT is at the doorstep of Trinity and available to all Trinity students.
Trinity students may choose to participate in any number of UofT student groups and organizations, most of which are found on Ulife; webspace is also available for student groups. All Trinity students are also supported by the Office of Student Life, whose over-arching mandate is to support student success and development.
The Office of Student Life oversees many programs and services, and there are some great opportunities to get involved.
The Centre for Community Partnerships was founded to develop, with community organizations, partnerships that are defined, sustainable and action-oriented for students on all three University of Toronto campuses. These partnerships have a dual aim to build educational capacity within communities of the GTA and Peel regions, and to enhance and broaden student learning. Through the establishment of academic and co-curricular service opportunities, students enhance their learning of the social, cultural, ethical, and political dimensions of civic life.
The Centre for International Experience is located in the Cumberland House and Koffler Student Centre. The Centre is here to serve international students coming to U of T and domestic students looking to go abroad.
First Nations House provides a number of culturally supportive student services and programs to Aboriginal students and the general university community.
Hart House stands as a proud champion of education outside the lecture hall, and is a gathering place for all. For more than 90 years it has been showing that something magical happens when you bring students, faculty, staff, and alumni together, beyond the classroom walls, in an atmosphere of common fellowship. From Athletics to world-class debating, Hart House has it all!
Multi-Faith Centre for Spiritual Study and Practice accommodates a variety of spiritual and faith-based practices, and encourages interfaith dialogue and spiritual development as part of the learning experience for all students.