Getting involved is a great way to add to your university experience!
There are a number of ways you can get involved through the Student Affairs Office.
Want to develop skills, gain experience, build confidence, and add to your resume? Get involved at Trent! Our Opportunity Directory allows current or prospective students to search a database of co-curricular activities and positions at the university. Find volunteer positions, clubs and groups, athletics, committees, student government positions, and more.
Visit the Opportunity Directory website to get started!
Are you a student who is involved in activities on campus? In addition your academic degree, recent research has highlighted the importance of skill development through campus involvement. Becoming involved as a volunteer or a student leader can help you to develop your resume and strengthen your experience for the job market. Trent's Co-Curricular Record will provide a tool for tracking your involvement, so that the information you need is at the tip of your fingers when preparing to apply for a job. Start a Co-Curricular Record today!
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Impact is a program which focuses on developing leaders who are committed to personal growth, collaboration, and working for positive social change. This program is an excellent way develop self-knowledge, build leadership skills, and add valuable experience to your resume. For more information about the program, please visit the Impact website.
First Generation Student Programming
This progamming aims to assist students who are first in ther family to attend university.
Rebound is a support program offered to first and second year students who find themselves struggling academically or finding it difficult to transition to university. Students who are enrolled in Rebound are matched with an upper year student who is trained in goal setting, problem solving and student support.
Rebound hires up to 20 students who are in their third year of study or beyond of their undergraduate degree. Guides are trained in communications skills, SafeTALK, goal setting, time management and study skill strategies.
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There are other ways to get involved in the university. The Trent Central Student Association houses a number of clubs and groups which are a great way to get involved.