Trinity College and the Faculty of Divinity offer a number of academic support services to assist you in your studies. These services are available to all Trinity College students and are free to use.
The Office of the Faculty of Divinity offers theology students advice and guidance on academic and financial matters, as well as make recommendations for more specialized resources at the University of Toronto if needed. Please email email@example.com or drop by the Gerald Larkin Building, Room 316 to make an appointment.
Academic supports and student services at Trinity work together as a team to support you, from advising sessions to career planning. 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 writing support, our on-site accessibility advisor and learning strategist support.
The John W. Graham Library services Trinity and Wycliffe Colleges. The Graham Library’s Theological Librarian Thomas Power and theological resources will be invaluable to your studies at Trinity College. The Trinity College Archives welcomes and provides support to students to use materials for research, notably primary research documents.
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.