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Academic Support Services

FALL 2020: Learn about the services and resources available to students, along with important updates and changes at the college due to the pandemic.

Trinity College offers a number of academic support services to assist you in your studies. These services are available to all Trinity students and are free to use.

Academic supports and student services at Trinity work together as a team to support you, from advising sessions to transition support and career planning. The new Student Services Centre brings key student services such as the Office of the Registrar and Office of the Dean of Students together into one space. Trinity’s Academic Resource Centre (ARC) is the home for many of the College’s academic supports (located on the lower level of the main Trinity building), including the writing support, math support, our on-site accessibility advisor and learning strategist support. The Office of the Registrar provides academic advising and referral services and career and academic advising. Click on the individual links for more information on hours and how to make appointments.

There are a number of offices at Trinity that provide a team-based approach to academic services. Make sure to check out the services provided (see links on your right) so that you know where you can get assistance for your particular needs.

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If you are an international student, please click here for information about supports and services to help with your transition to university and to Toronto/Canada.


This is your first stop for all things related to your academics, student finances and post-graduation planning. The Office of the Registrar offers all Trinity students advising on academic, financial, career-related and personal matters. The advisors will listen, offer answers, options, clarification, and advice, and can also refer you to other more specialized services offered by the University of Toronto. Email or drop by to make an appointment to see someone if you have questions, have encountered difficulties, or simply want to talk to someone about your plans.

Services Provided:

  • Academic advising and referral
  • Financial advising and referral: budgeting, government student loans, bursaries, scholarships, and confirmation of enrollment letters and RESP verification forms
  • Personal advising and referral: personal issues affecting academic performance; career planning and references (job, grad school, personal, professional program, etc.) 

Who Should I Contact?

Not sure who to contact? Check out our frequently asked questions about academic supports to find out who you can contact for help and support.

If you have any questions, please contact us:

Office of the Registrar