Peter Gzowski College
Nendimowinan eniigaanbidegin zhidchigaadenoon nongwa | The minds of the future are made great beginning today
Trent's youngest college, in the yellow Enwayaang building, is a place to unite the community’s roots with new members who will define its future.
Gzowski College is named after the distinguished Canadian broadcaster and former Trent Chancellor, Peter Gzowski.
Adored by Canadians, he was most famous as someone who listened and welcomed conversation and diverse opinions. That makes it fitting that Gzowski College is housed within Trent’s Enwayaang Building, an Anishinaabek word meaning “the way we speak together.”
Indigenous knowledge is central to our spirit and influences our programming and collaborations with departments in our collegiate community, including the First Peoples House of Learning.
Find yourself at Gzowski
Clad in colours representing the Anishinaabe medicine wheel, Enwayaang's bright yellow exterior welcomes students to Trent's newest residence, and symbolizes Gzowski's collaborative spirit.
Gzowski College, Trent's youngest college, is home to young and vibrant change makers, balancing traditional knowledge with modern ideas and taking intellectual risks for great rewards.
The best way to make the most of your time at Gzowski is to be active! There’s no shortage of high energy events and social get-togethers, plus a great selection of spirit wear to showcase your Gzowski pride.
If it's happening at Gzowski, you know BAMM the moose will be there! In its relatively short time, the college community has developed its own traditions and unique history.