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Resources for Student Clubs & Organizations

Trinity College is an active community with a vibrant student government, dozens of student clubs, academic student associations, groups for intramural and recreational sport along with historic community wide social events, conferences, and regularly occurring staff and student lead programming.  If you’re interested in (or part of) one of the above, read below for more information about resources available to you, connect with supports to get engaged, or find out more about starting your own thing.

Trinity College Student Club and Group Registration

If your organization and its work are primarily focused on (or by) the Trinity College community, this is your first step!  To access the additional supports and resources on this page student groups are required to register their group annually.  Student organizations will be reviewed using the framework from the Policy on the Recognition of Student Groups and should have 5 members prior to registering.

Trinity Club and Group Registration 2024-2025

Benefits of registering

  • Low (or no) cost Event bookings at Trinity College*
  • Funding opportunities
    • Student Life Initiative Funds
      • Registered groups will be e-mailed information about partnership and funding opportunities from the Office of the Dean of Students
    • TCM Budget Requests
      • Registered groups will have their contact details shared with the Student Government (The Trinity College Meeting or TCM) for details about the budget request process.
  • Student Club and Group Office and Storage Space Access**
  • Additional support from the Office of the Dean of Students for:
    • Risk assessment
    • Event Planning
    • Leadership Training
    • Communication support, staff expertise, and conflict mediation

*Event bookings require Completion of the Student Group Trainings: Available through Trinity Life on Quercus including:

  • Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
  • Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Policy Review
  • Risk Management and COVID-19 Best practices
  • Additional EDI workshops (contact deanofstudents@trinity.utoronto.ca)

**Space is limited, availability not guaranteed.

Picture of Cameron McBurney

Are you a new student organization looking to get started?

Contact the Assistant Dean of Students – Student Life Cameron McBurney for more information and support.


Want to host an event or book a room? 

Submit an Event

(Completion of the TrinityLife Club and Group Training modules required for Registered groups)

Additional Resources

Already part of a student club or organization?  You’re in the right place!  Check out the resources below for support in meeting your goals.

Are you already connected with the Trinity College student government (TCM)?  More information on their resources are available on their google drive (check here) or check their website for more information (check here).


Event Planning

Best Practices


Have more questions or can’t find what you’re looking for?
Contact the Office of the Dean of Students deanofstudents@trinity.utoronto.ca