Welcome Otonabee Class of 2025!
Nick, Orientation Facilitator
Spending his undergrad at Trent’s Durham campus Nick was involved in orientations and student government while completing a History/English degree. Now he has made the trip of the 105 to Trent’s Teachers College with an eye to teaching high school. Away from school Nick enjoys woodworking, dogs, being active, dogs, learning the guitar and dogs! Nick can’t wait to welcome this years new students to Trent!
Grace, Senior Leader
Hi new students!
My name is Grace and I’m a senior O-Week leader for Otonabee College, I’m going into my third year in the Forensic Science Program. A fun fact about me is that I like to draw and do digital design. As a student from out of province, I was worried about making friends when I first came to Trent. O-Week was really important in helping me to get involved at Trent and make friends. I am now a member of Trent University Rowing, Otonabee College Cabinet, the Forensics Science Society and O-Week. Use this time in O-Week to meet new people, find your interests and get involved in your new Trent community!
Katie, Senior Leader
I am going into my 4th year (out of 5 total), I am taking Forensics and Psychology Joint Major; I am an avid Hula Hooper and no maater the hike, I will always find the perfect stick to walk with :) My advice to new students is to steph outside your comfort zome, whether that means talking to a stranger, joining a club, starting a new hobby - you won't know, unless you try it. This mindset has helped me meet a low of people and try new things.