You Accepted an Offer of Admission - Congratulations!
Welcome to Trent University! By accepting your Offer of Admission, you are now officially a Trent student and part of our community. How does it feel?
The story of your future begins today. It’s your story to write. Trent will provide you with the tools, independence and support to write it your way.
WHAT COMES NEXT?
There a several very important next steps now that you have accepted your Offer of Admission.
Bachelor of Education applicants have specific steps and deadlines slightly different those listed below.
Your Trent identification number has now officially become your student number. It has been sent to you in an important email.
Email will activate in mid-June for students starting their studies in September. At this time, the “Email” tab will appear in your myTrent account.
Once your email is active, Trent University will begin contacting you only through your Trent email account.
Know Your Deadlines
TUITION & FEES
New students must submit a tuition deposit in addition to two tuition installments. Find out about financial dates and deadlines at Financial Services
Bachelor of Education Applicants
Please ensure you submit supporting documentation within the identified deadlines.
SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES
Some scholarships and bursaries have application deadlines. For a complete listing of funding options and deadlines, visit Financial Aid.
HOUSING & RESIDENCE
If you are applying to the Peterborough campus, you are guaranteed a spot in residence as long as you submit your application by June 3, 2013.
The earlier you apply, the more likely you are to receive your first choice. You do not need an Offer of Admission to apply to residence.
While Trent does not secure off-campus housing for students at either the Peterborough or Oshawa campus, we do provide a list of off-campus offerings, roommate and sublet listings to help you narrow down your options.
For information about on- or off-campus housing in Peterborough or Oshawa, visit: www.trentu.ca/housing and www.trentu.ca/oshawa
For other important dates and deadlines, visit: www.trentu.ca/applicants/deadlines.php
Explore Your Program
You are a new Trent student and it’s time to get to know your program and academic department.
Visit your program website, learn about your new professors and their areas of expertise, review your couse options in the academic calendar and when they are offered.
To watch videos about first-year courses, visit: www.trentu.ca/coursevideos
Students can register for courses through Academic Record in their myTrent account.
Fall start: opens mid-June
January start: opens mid-December
Spring start: opens early-March
Watch a step-by-step guide to registering for courses
An Academic Advisor helps you clarify your academic goals, identify your best course options, understand academic regulations, and connects you with any support services you may need. Visit: www.trentu.ca/advising
New Student Orientation
The Orientation Team offers sessions to help you transition and adapt to student life at Trent. At orientation sessions you'll learn valuable information about registering for courses, time management, making academic decisions, connecting with new friends, getting involved in student life and activities, and much more.
For more information about new student orientation and to register:
SPECIAL NOTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
A customized orientation program has been developed for all international students, and Canadian students who have studied outside of Canada. For more information, visit
http://www.trentu.ca/international/ or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact us for any information concerning planning your arrival at Trent University. We can be reached at 1-888-739-8885 and email@example.com.