Trent University is committed to rewarding academic excellence. All students entering with a final admission average of 80% or higher will automatically receive an Entrance Scholarship; no application required.
National Renewable Entrance Scholarships
Trent’s National Entrance Scholarships are available for Canadian students entering an undergraduate program directly from a Canadian secondary school, and for Canadian students transferring from another post-secondary institution. Applications are not required for the National Entrance Scholarships and they are renewable for up to 4 years of full-time study.
Secondary Students - Canadian students entering first year at Trent directly from a Canadian secondary school with an admission average of 80% or higher.
Transfer Students - Students who transfer from another accredited Canadian post-secondary institution (University or College Diploma program), with an admission average of 80% or higher.
||Maximum Scholarship Potential
||$3000 x 4 years
||$2,500 x 4 years
||$1,500 x 4 years
||$1,000 x 4 years
- Transfer from college certificate program
- Part-time students
- Non-degree seeking students
- Mature students (e.g. out of high school for more than 2 years)
- BEd students
Details & Conditions
- Admission grade point average for incoming students
- Ontario High School student’s average is calculated by averaging the top 6 4U or 4M courses; not program specific.
- Out-of-Province student’s average is based on undergraduate admission requirements.
- Transfer student’s average is based on the cumulative average from previous institution attended.
- For an average ending in 0.5 standard rounding principles apply.
- Final scholarship amounts will be communicated to students by the Financial Aid office.
- Scholarships can be renewed by maintaining a cumulative average of 80% or above in 5.0 Trent credits per year.
- Scholarship conditions and values are subject to change.
Review Current Students for 2017-18 scholarship administration and timeline.
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Scholarships for Home Schooled Students
Only students who have objective, third-party grades, will be offered Entrance Scholarships.
Students who are home schooled may qualify for scholarships if they completed senior secondary school credits and are using 4U/4M, AP or IB marks as a basis for admission. Students who have written the SAT test will also be considered for scholarships based on the grade translation assessed by the Admissions office.
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Scholarships for Non-Canadian High School Students
International Scholarships are awarded through the Trent International office.
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