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Welcome Future Students

Considering a degree at Trent University? You’ve made a great choice. Trent University is a wonderful place to pursue your academic journey.
 

A Hub of Learning and Innovation

Building on a tradition of academic excellence spanning nearly four decades, Trent Durham offers a dynamic and rigorous education experience grounded in the social sciences and humanities and unparalleled in the Durham Region and eastern GTA.
 

  • Peer Mentoring is students helping students transition into academic and social life at Trent University Oshawa.

Academic Mentoring Program

What is Academic Mentoring in Durham?

The Academic Mentoring Program is a network of student volunteers who foster academic engagement by creating an environment where students can continue to explore their academic potential.

Academic Mentoring is for Everyone!

Enrich your academic experience by participating in the following:

  • Study groups
  • One-on-one Mentoring
  • Discovering strategies for success
  • Exploring services and resources on the Durham campus

… and by helping you get involved with Trent University Durham!

Who Is An Academic Mentor?

Academic Mentors are accomplished students who serve as role models and represent an important source of information and guidance.

Academic Mentors take advantage of campus supports and help fellow students tap into these resources. Academic Mentors volunteer their time and are not tutors or Teaching Assistants.

More Information About Academic Mentoring

To speak with the Academic Mentoring Coordinator about how to get involved, email the Academic Mentoring Coordinator.

Study Groups

Interdisciplinary:

Mondays
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Room 105

Wednesdays
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Room 109

Fridays
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Room 106

Specialized:

Psychology/Statistics
Wednesdays

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Room 109

Business
Wednesdays

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Room 105

Put the Read Back in Reading Week Contest

Running from Tuesday, February 21st to Friday, February 24th . For every hour a student spends studying on campus throughout these days, they will receive a ballot. These ballots will be entered into a draw, and at the end of the week one ballot will be selected. The winner will receive a $100 gift card to Chapters! The ballot and ballot box will be found in the library. Mentors will also be available on campus to chat with students about the program and study groups throughout the break.