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Trinity College is your home within the larger University of Toronto community. Get the latest news and updates here! Click below to view information for first-year students, upper-year students, residence and commuter students. See the menu for more information for graduating students and international students. Upcoming College events for students and important dates are also listed below.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS & USEFUL LINKS

All Undergraduate Students

Exam Prep & Rules

Make sure to check out the Faculty of Arts & Science Exam Rules and Exams Toolkit, which includes study strategies, tips on what to expect at exams, and information on what to do if you encounter difficulties related to an exam. Good luck on all your exams!

Classes in the George Ignatieff Theatre: Students are asked to abide by the theatre’s house rules:

  • Please no food or drink other than water
  • Please keep rolling stock (bicycles and skateboards) out of the theatre
  • Please use the powerbar in the rear house centre for laptops and other items that need charging (cables that cross stairwells can cause folks to trip and fall)
  • During exams, please place books and coats onstage (rather than in the aisles where they become a trip hazard)

Click here to view frequently asked questions about the George Ignatieff Theatre facility, including and accessibility.

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First-Year Students

To help with your transition to university – join one of the Faculty of Arts & Science’s First-Year Learning Communities (FLC). Trinity hosts the Life Science FLC – you can opt for this FLC, or consider some of the other FLCs, to meet classmates, develop friendships, form study groups and develop academic and personal skills.

Information for newly admitted students, including Trinity’s orientation program, academic advising, course enrollment, and academic and student support services.

Academic Programs & Support Services

Financial Matters

Student & Campus Life

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Upper Year Students
Residence Students
Commuter Students

What’s News: The commuter lounge is located in the Melinda Seaman Hall in St. Hilda’s College. Drop by to relax and connect with other students.

Trinity is home-away-from-home for many students who do not live on campus. In fact, 3 in 4 students commute daily. Our Non-Residence Affairs Committee (NRAC), a branch of student government, is responsible to keep non-residents involved in student life through programming and resources. You will find their office (and the many supports and services they provide) in Melinda Seaman Hall in St. Hilda’s College. The Co-Heads of NRAC work closely with the Office of the Dean of Students, Dean of Arts, Academic Dons, and other Administration to bring supportive programming to commuting students, always with the goal of encouraging engagement in College life. You can find much more information on the student-maintained website, Trin Life.

The Buttery is the main common use study lounge for commuters and is found on the main floor of the Gerald Larkin Building. This wheel-chair accessible building has a cafeteria, study space, a lounge, washrooms, events space, and even a fireplace. The relaxed setting makes it a perfect spot for informal meetings, from group-study sessions to tutoring sessions with Academic Dons and TAs.

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UPCOMING EVENTS CALENDAR

School Dates

Civic Holiday | College is Closed

  • Monday, August 3, 2020
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All In-Person Events: Cancelled or Postponed | Events May Be Hosted Remotely/Virtually

  • Thursday, March 12, 2020
  • to Monday, August 31, 2020
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Office of the Dean of Students: deanofstudents@trinity.utoronto.ca
Office of the Registrar: registrar@trinity.utoronto.ca