Transfer To Trent University
Free application. Automatic credit assessment. Flexible credit transfers.
Studying at Ontario’s #1 undergraduate university can help you open new doors, expand your options, and achieve your personal, academic and career goals.
Looking to transfer to Trent? Applications are open for 2023 and our Admissions team is available to guide you through the transfer process. Contact us anytime at:
- Peterborough Campus: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 1-888-739-8885.
- Durham GTA Campus: Email email@example.com or leave a message at 1-888-655-5559.
Note: Transcripts that cannot be ordered through the Ontario Universities Application Centre can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org after you have applied.
Trent is one of Ontario's most transfer-credit friendly universities
With many transfer agreements and flexible pathway options, Trent University makes it easy for students to make the most of the credits you have already earned. Your transfer credits from past accredited colleges and universities can be applied to almost all programs at Trent. Unassigned Arts or Science credits from past programs can satisfy elective course requirements for your new degree.
Explore Trent’s Transfer Credit Database to see how your earned credits can count towards degree program requirements at Trent.
Join us for Transfer Week to get personalized support with your transfer application and admissions
Transfer Week at Trent University provides transfer students with dedicated support through the transfer process, from navigating program and pathway options, to application support and admissions requirements.
Learn more about Transfer Week, including upcoming dates and session information.
Meet with an Academic Advisor
Trent University is known for the academic support we provide to our students to help them get the most out of their time at Trent and beyond. As a transfer student, you also have access to this support.
When you receive and accept an offer to Trent, you can meet with an Academic Advisor to look closer at your transfer credits and program requirements and develop a plan for completing your degree.