There’s no doubt – the Trinity College experience is distinctive. A community within a larger community, we are the smallest of the seven colleges at the University of Toronto. Because we’re small, chances are you’ll get to know many of your peers and you’ll definitely form lifelong friendships. And because we’re small, you will have many opportunities to get to know our faculty at curricular events and social activities throughout the year.
About 470 students (first-year and upper-years) call Trinity their home. We also have a vibrant social calendar – involving students, faculty, fellows, staff and alumni – there’s always something going on at Trinity that will inspire you. As a community, we are committed to make Trinity an even more accessible, inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our community to learn, live and work. Trinity is definitely a place where you will feel you belong.
Our student body is diverse, coming from 60 countries around the world. And for international students, we provide a series of educational and social events to assist and support you. In fact, Trinity has our own CIE International Transition Advisor who comes weekly to the Trinity campus to meet with students. Our Chaplain provide spiritual
We know that personal well-being and academic performance are closely linked. Our focus is on supporting you! Along with an incredible Health & Wellness program, we are the only college at the University of Toronto to have Academic Dons. You will have also have access to enhanced academic and support services, including the writing support, our on-site accessibility advisor, learning strategist support, and career and academic advising and more! If you have questions about academic or financial matters, need extra help with your course materials, or want someone to talk to – our incredible team of faculty and staff and peer advisors are here to help! The chaplaincy at Trinity provides spiritual guidance and pastoral counselling to the entire College community regardless of religious background.
Whether you live in residence or commute to campus, there are many opportunities to get involved in campus life. In addition, as part of the wider University of Toronto community, you will have access to many opportunities across the entire university, including University of Toronto student groups and organizations, All Trinity students are also supported by the Office of Student Life at U of T, whose over-arching mandate is to support student success and development.