Trent students have a proud history of students helping students. Peer support programs provide students such as yourself with connections to resources, services and supports on campus to help you during your time at Trent University. Here you will find a variety of peer support programs that are tailored to different student needs.
Black Student Support Program: Black Student Support program is a safe space for current Trent Black students to come together for support and conversations around their Black experience at Trent, the Peterborough community and beyond
FPHL Tutoring: The First Peoples House of Learning provides tutoring to Indigenous students as well as students in Indigenous studies.
Ishkodehwin Peer Mentoring Program: Offered at the First Peoples House of Learning. Through peer assistance, advice and guidance, students are able to find lifelong growth and success both academically and personally.
Out on Campus: Out on Campus is a confidential discussion group for Trent University students who are questioning their sexuality, gender identity or are in the process of coming out. Out on Campus is led by students who have already come out to their friends and family.
Peer Support Program: A free, non-judgemental, confidential space for students to receive support from their peers.
Rebound: Help for first or second year students wanting to start University off on the right foot.
Second Year Stride: Transition and orientation for students entering their second year. Connect with other second year students through Microsoft Teams in the summer. Complete the Second Year Stride Certificate offered in the fall semester.
Tutor Posting Board: A centralized online listing of tutors-for-hire and free departmental supports.
You Belong Here: Meet other Trent students seeking communitiy and explore how belonging is integral to student well-being and academic success. Connect with upper-year students to learn about campus supports. See a listing of events, including interactive group workshops with peer and Trent staff facilitators, student-only conversations, and community dialogue panels.