Trinity College is one of seven colleges in the Faculty of Arts & Science at the St. George Campus at the University of Toronto. All students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts & Science are a member of one of the colleges.
Trinity admits approximately 450 first-year students each year, and although our admission averages tend to be higher than the Faculty of Arts & Science’s, we do not have set cut-off marks. We also base our admission decisions on more than grades. In addition to your overall academic record, we also take into account your Trinity College Applicant Profile.
You will be asked to choose your college preferences on your OUAC application (note: college selection is unrelated to program choice). Due to demand, Trinity College only considers those students that select “Trinity College” as their first choice of college. All current Ontario secondary-school students who select Trinity College as their first choice of college are required to complete the Trinity College Applicant Profile. Applicants not enrolled in an Ontario secondary school are encouraged to submit it as supplementary material to enhance their application to the College – for further information, click here.
Tip: The application process and requirements depend on where you are currently studying: for example, are you enrolled in an Ontario high school? A Canadian high school outside of Ontario? A Canadian university or college or an international high school or university? Or are you an international student (studying outside of Canada)?
Note: To be considered for membership to Trinity College, you must first meet University of Toronto and Faculty of Arts & Science admission entrance requirements.
After the University of Toronto receives your application, you will be sent an email acknowledgement that includes your JOINid, your University of Toronto applicant number, and the next steps in the application process.
University of Toronto’s Residence Guarantee for First-Year Applicants
Residence is guaranteed for all new full-time students entering their first year of university in an undergraduate program for the first time, provided that they have indicated their interest in residence by completing their MyRes residence ranking (create your MyRes account using your JOINid and University of Toronto applicant number) by March 31, and receive and accept an offer of admission by June 1.
If you are interested in living in residence at Trinity College, you must select Trinity College as your first choice for residence on MyRes by March 31 to qualify for the U of T residence guarantee for first-year applicants. Click here for further information about the Trinity College residence application procedure.
With your University of Toronto application number, you can apply to the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program starting in February and prior to receiving your offer of admission to the Faculty of Arts & Science. However, your Trinity One application will only be considered after you are offered admission to the Faculty of Arts & Science. Note, students from all colleges can apply to Trinity One.
Your eligibility for admission will be considered once your academic record and any additional information requested by the division to which you have applied have been received. You must submit full documentation for all secondary and post-secondary studies you have attempted. Be sure to submit all required documents in advance of the published supporting document deadlines. Please refer to the following for further information: application to do list, and other requirements for applying to the Faculty of Arts & Science and applying to the University of Toronto.]
When you are offered admission to the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Arts & Science, you will be notified which college will be your home. If you are admitted to the University of Toronto, but not accepted by Trinity College, your college membership will have been determined using the alternate college preferences you provided on your OUAC application
Once you have accepted your offer to the University of Toronto and membership to Trinity College, you will be invited to Trinity’s Spring Orientation and you will receive information to help with the transition to university and how to get prepared for your first year. If you are an international student or live outside of the GTA, we can provide academic advising via Skype.
If you have any questions about the admission process or about Trinity College, please email the Office of the Registrar, Trinity College: email@example.com.