The Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program
Starting September 2018, Trinity One will be offering the Butterfield Environment & Sustainability Stream, open to all full-time students entering their first year of study in the Faculty of Arts & Science. Click here to learn more!
The Margaret MacMillan Trinity One program at Trinity College in the University of Toronto provides first-year students with the opportunity to explore major issues and ideas pertaining to human life and world affairs, while in a small-group environment conducive to deep discussion and interaction.
THE ADVANTAGES OF TRINITY ONE:
- Trinity One provides an academically rigorous preparation for the rest of your undergraduate career and is an excellent foundation for future upper level work.
- Trinity One's interdisciplinary focus provides a firm grounding in, and connections to, a number of undergraduate programs. Students leave the program well positioned to thrive in a range of popular majors, minors, and specialists.
- Trinity One includes co-curricular events that draw upon the rich resources of the University of Toronto's School of Public Policy and Governance, Centre for Ethics, Munk School of Global Affairs, Faculty of Medicine and University of Toronto affiliated hospitals. These events enable students in all Trinity One streams to hear guest speakers and to engage in informal conversation with one another and with their professors.
- Trinity One is connected to a diverse, engaging, and motivating undergraduate college community.
- Trinity One has a strong track record of producing alumni that go on to excel in both their academic and professional pursuits.
- Trinity One has six streams: Policy, Philosophy, & Economics; Ethics, Society, & Law; International Relations; the Anne Steacy Biomedical Health Stream; the Butterfield Environment & Sustainability Stream; the Anne Steacy Medicine & Global Health Stream. Students enroll in one of these six streams.
- Each stream consists of two credits.
- For Policy, Philosophy, & Economics; Ethics, Society, & Law; International Relations; the Butterfield Environment & Sustainability Stream; and the Anne Steacy Medicine & Global Health stream, the two seminar credits are both taken concurrently in the first year.
- For the Anne Steacy Biomedical Health Stream, one seminar credit is taken in the first year, and the second seminar credit is taken in the second year. This gives students in life science the option to take math, chemistry, biology and physics in first year while taking part in Trinity One.
- The seminar courses have limited enrollment to ensure small class sizes. They foster small-group discussion and emphasize the development of critical-thinking, oral-presentation, writing, and research skills.
LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS:
- Trinity One alumnus Andreas Kyriakos joins the 2018 cohort of Yenching Scholars, receiving a full-ride scholarship to study at Yenching Academy of Peking University in China.
- Congratulations to Riam Kim-Leod, recipient of the John H Moss Scholarship at the U of T Awards of Excellence!
- Congratulations to Trinity One Alumni Nishani Chankar, Andrea Dimiskovska, Hélène Emorine, Katrina Fettes, Arjun Gandhi, Melisa Gumus, Andreas Kyriakos, Magi Jury Leung, Rachel Levitt, Venessa Nevena Sectakof, and Wendy Wang who were awarded the Gordon Cressy Leadership Award this year.
- The Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program is growing! Trinity College alumni George '61 and Martha '63 Butterfield have generously donated $1.25 million to the College to establish the new Butterfield Environment & Sustainability Stream.
- Trinity One alumna Jennah Khaled joined us on March 6th to discuss her work at the International Atomic Energy Agency and on the Iran Nuclear deal.
- We are excited to announce changes to the Trinity One Program for the 2018-2019 Academic Year!
- On February 12, Dr. Michael Ignatieff stopped by for a candid, intimate talk with students.
- Students joined the International Relations Society in welcoming The Right Honourable Paul Martin, 21st Prime Minister of Canada, to Trinity College.
- André Picard, The Globe and Mail health columnist and best-selling author, spoke to Trinity One students about ways to improve mental health care in Canada.
- Professor and former Trinity College Provost Margaret MacMillan discussed the importance of history in her talk to Trinity One Students on September 26th in Seeley Hall.
- On September 5th we welcomed a new year of Trinity One Students to the program. Check out the photos!
For more news and a look at our past events, please visit our News and Program Events page.