Co-ordinator of Trent Online
705-748-1011, ext. 7718
Trent University is a liberal arts and science-oriented institution located along the Otonabee River in Peterborough, approximately 90 minutes from Toronto. One of Canada’s top primarily undergraduate universities, Trent is known for striking a unique balance between outstanding teaching and leading-edge research.
Trent offers interdisciplinary programs in:
95% of Trent students are employed six months after graduation; graduates with majors in chemistry, biochemistry, physics and biology experienced 100% employment rates.
Trent University Academic Advising
Academic advising at Trent is an ongoing educational partnership between advisor and student that is dedicated to student learning, development, and success.
Trent University Counselling Centre
The Centre offers counselling on an individual basis to help students with personal concerns that interfere with academic performance and emotional well being.
Trent University Library
Find resources by subject guide, access online databases, and get library skills tutorials.
Trent University – Indigenous Student Services
An Aboriginal counsellor/academic advisor and a cultural advisor are available to all Indigenous students at the university and to any student taking Indigenous Studies.
Student Accessibility Services
Student Accessibility Services at Trent supports students with disabilities through individual service, and helps with the development of the individual student.
Trent Central Student Association
Represents all full-time undergraduate and bachelor of education students at Trent University. “The Central” is committed to bringing about necessary educational, administrative and/or legislative changes in those areas affecting students.
In addition to its advocacy and lobby efforts The Central also provides a variety of services and events for its members including a Community Resource Centre & Alternative Library, a Consignment / Used Book Service, student discount cards, free student dayplanner, a health and dental benefits plan, social events, concerts, speakers and more.
Trent Durham Student Association
Advocates specifically for undergraduate students studying via the Oshawa campus. Offers students access to health and dental benefits, a transit U-Pass, an athletic and recreation program, used books and more.
Trent University Graduate Students' Association
The Trent Graduate Students’ Association provides opportunities for graduate students to communicate with each other, and with the entire University community about issues and problems of particular concern to graduate students.
Trent University Peer Mentoring
The peer mentoring program is an academic mentor-matching service that identifies student needs, evaluates available support and services, and facilitates mentor-mentee relationships.