The Trent Colleges
The Colleges at Trent are local communities that create intellectually and socially meaningful experiences.
Choose a college based on what speaks to your interests, and feel free to switch affiliation if you make a connection in a different college. The point is find a place where you belong and that inspires you.
Regardless of your academic program, you can choose to affiliate with any college - everyone is affiliated somewhere. Residence students are automatically affiliated with the college where they live.
Named in honour of the explorer Samuel de Champlain, the college is situated right on the bank of the Otonabee River. Champlain’s spirit of adventure, discovery, and global citizenship are captured in the college motto: “continuer mes decouvertes”, “continue my discoveries”.
Lady Eaton College
Lady Eaton College is the second oldest college on the Symons Campus of Trent University. It was established in 1968 and is named in honour of Flora McCrea Eaton, who helped support the university during its founding. For many years, Lady Eaton has been a home-away-from-home for thousands of Tr