A small, distinctive college at the heart of a great university, Trinity College offers an exceptional academic experience and fosters community, responsibility and leadership.
Transforming the Trinity campus – the new Lawson Centre for Sustainability will enhance the collegiate experience, revitalize our beautiful campus and embodies our commitment to sustainability. Learn more about Living Trinity, our plans for the future and how you can get involved!
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Construction is underway for Trinity’s new landmark building – Lawson Centre for Sustainability! The new building will thoughtfully integrate the beauty of our existing buildings with the very best contemporary sustainable design. >>Learn more about the new building, get construction notices and view our progress! (Image: aerial view of the construction site: March 24, 2023)
The Living Trinity Campaign is an extraordinary effort to make strategic investments to support students, enhance academic programming and build a new landmark building that will transform our historic campus. Join us as we ensure that the benefits of Living Trinity continue for generations of Trinity students to come. Visit the Living Trinity Campaign website at livingtrinity.ca to learn all about our exciting plans for Trinity’s future and how you can get involved.
Our Integrated Sustainability Initiative aims to transform the student experience by integrating sustainability education and practices into daily life at the College, from academic and co-curricular programming to research opportunities and experiential learning. Innovative features include a farm-to-table program, urban agriculture, a community kitchen for teaching and learning, and food-systems research.
Trinity College receives $10 million to support an ambitious initiative designed to integrate sustainability across the College. The donation, from Brian ’82 and Joannah Lawson, is the largest single donation in Trinity College’s 168-year history.
I was not sure what to expect coming to Trinity College, but I am so glad I took the leap because some of my best years were at this school and with this community. I am so thankful for the people I have met throughout the program. And even after graduation, I have felt supported by them.”
– The Rev. Roshni Jayawardena, Class of 2018, Master of Divinity
I love the sense of community at Trinity – it’s amazing.
The friends I’ve made are unlike any other – they are compassionate and passionate. At Trinity, there’s a lot of opportunities to make connections and to network with older students. It’s a gold mine for opportunities.
- Danielle Pal, Class of 2018, Bachelor of Science (double major in Environmental Studies and Psychology)