Trinity College was established in 1851 and is located in the heart of Toronto. A small, distinctive college in the heart of a great university, Trinity offers variety of first-year courses. The university is cutting-edge yet traditional with Anglican heritage still intact.
|Number of Undergraduate Seats||1850|
|Number of Postgraduate Seats||125|
|Annual Acceptance Rate||34%|
|Average Tuition Fee, Undergraduate||Domestic: From CAD 6400 to 14300 International Candidates: From CAD 29740 to 55900|
|Average Tuition Fee, Graduate||Domestic: From CAD 9370 to 48, 480 International Candidates: From CAD 29740 to 55900|
|Test Scores Accepted||GMAT, SAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS|
Trinity College presently consists of a secular undergraduate section and a post graduate divinity school which is a part of the Toronto School of Theology.
Strachan Hall is the largest component of the western wing of the college, serving as the central dining hall for students residing in the main building adorning the walls of the Strachan Hall are portraits of important figures in the history of the college.
Trinity College provides students with easy housing plans. For booking of a well-furnished accommodation booking must be done well in advance. The type of rooms available are:
Meal plans at Trinity college are based on dining facilities. All students living in the Trinity College residencies are required to purchase a meal plan.
The details of the meal plans available in the college are given below:
|Type of plan||Details|
|Meal Plan A||7 day unlimited dining + 10 guest meals|
|Meal Plan B||5 day unlimited dining Monday breakfast – Friday dinner + 10 guest meals|
|Meal Plan C||5 Day unlimited dining Sunday dinner – Friday lunch + 10 guest meals|
|Meal Plan D||310* meals + 10 guest meals|
* Meals are not unlimited
Off Campus housing is also available for students. The University of Toronto Housing Services is the primary resource for students seeking off-campus housing.
They are physically located in the Koffler Student Services Centre but have a very accessible web presence with many tools, such as the Off-Campus Registry and Roomate Finder.
Trinity College offers various courses at the Undergraduate level and Basic Degree level. The college also offers programs in Divinity at the Advanced Degree level. The list of courses available in the college is given in the table below:
|Undergraduate Level||Courses||Details of Course|
|Trinity One||Academically rigorous preparation for the rest of your undergraduate career and is an excellent foundation for future upper level work.|
|Ethics, Society and Law||Sponsored by Trinity College|
|Basic Degree Level||M.Div.||Master of Divinity|
|M.T.S.||Master of Theological Studies|
|Advanced Degree Level||MA, Th.M., Th.D., Ph.D., D.Min.,||-|
Candidates seeking admission to Trinity College can apply through the Ontario University’s Application Centre (OUAC).
For applicants who have chosen trinity college as first preference will be required to complete their student profile on the Trinity College Applicant’s Profile link.
Only 3 questions must be answered in the profile.
Candidates will have to show a proof of income while applying for Students Visa. The tuition fee for the college is mentioned on the official website of the University of Toronto
The total Incidental fee of Trinity College is provided in the table given below.
|Art and Science Full time Incidental Fee|
|U of T Incidentals||$1313.82|
|Trinity College Fee||$313.00|
|Trinity College Student Society Fee||$119.25|
|Art and Science Part time Incidental Fee|
|U of T Incidentals||$451.66|
|Trinity College Fee||$156.50|
|Trinity College Student Society Fee||$119.25|
|Type of Roomsh||Cost|
|Single Room||CAD 9518.00|
|Double Room||CAD 8998.00|
|Triple Room||CAD 8998.00|
Meal Plan Costs
|Type of plan||Cost|
|Meal Plan A||CAD 5625.00|
|Meal Plan B||CAD 5105.00|
|Meal Plan C||CAD 5105.00|
|Meal Plan D||CAD 5209.00|
Trinity College offers Scholarship, financial aid and bursaries for candidates, the details for the same are given below:
Trinity College Bursaries: Non-Repayable awards designed to assist Trinity College students who have explored all other avenues of financial assistance and who still demonstrate financial need.
Financial Aid: Government Assistance Programs in the form of Grants and Loans and Ontario Graduate Scholarship
Scholarships: The College also offers Scholarships to candidates on the basis of their past academic records however no application is required for the same.
The type of scholarships available in the college is mentioned below.
|Jubilee Scholarship||Rupert Fenwick Williams Prize|
|Dean Grasett Scholarship||Doolittle Prize in Reading|
|Dean Fielding Scholarship||Canon G.B. Morley Memorial Prize|
|Sydney Childs Prize||Year Prize|
Students can work on campus while studying at the institute. They will have to fulfill the following
1. Study full time in a program
2. Have a valid study permit
3. Have a SIN (Social Insurance Number)
4. Can work a maximum of 20 hours/ week during school year
5. Can work full time during school holidays
The jobs available on campus include the following:
Social Insurance Number (SIN) is compulsory to work on campus or off campus and for tax purposes. It is not at all related to a person’s health insurance number. A social number is valid until the end of your
stay or a maximum 5 years. You can renew the same if necessary.
One can obtain SIN by going in person to Service Canada office along with the following
1. Your Passport
2. Your study permit
3. Your off campus work permit/ co-op/internship program permit.
As a part of University of Toronto, Trinity College also provides alumnus benefits in the form of unique travel experiences, value-added financial services, exclusive memberships, and access to U of T facilities
Some of the notable alumni of Trinity College, Toronto is mentioned below:
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