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Co-Curricular Program

The Margaret MacMillan Trinity One co-curricular program enable students in all Trinity One streams to socialize with peers and attend skill-building workshops. Occasionally, academic speakers are invited to deliver a talk on their area of expertise from the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics, the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto Affiliated Hospitals and beyond.

Most events are held over lunch on Tuesdays between 12 pm and 2 pm at Trinity College. Students are encouraged to keep this time-slot open.


Academic Events

  • Academic Guest Speakers (various)
  • Trinity College Archives Tour
  • Trinity College Undergraduate Research Conference (TCURC)
  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities
  • Peer-Support Groups

Skill-Building Workshops

  • Public Speaking
  • Applying for Work Study Program positions
  • Navigating CLNx
  • Poet in Residence
  • Mock Interviews
  • Advice for Selecting Programs
  • Resume and Cover Letter” workshop

Community-Building Activities

  • Opening of Term Luncheon
  • Afternoon Tea and Coffee featuring Student Performances
  • Escape Rooms
  • Sticker Making and Jazz CafĂ©
  • End-of-Year High Table
  • Health and Wellness (various)
  • Community Skating
Contact Us:

Sharon Reid
Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program Coordinator (Acting)


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