Dr. Leo Groarke, President
Dr. Groarke was appointed President of Trent in 2014. Since he arrived he has restructured Trent’s budget and marketing, recruitment, and admissions operations. Reviews have been completed on retention, internationalization, Traill College, the college system, career services and research.
Michael Khan, Provost & Vice President Academic
The Provost & Vice President Academic is responsible for the planning, development, administration, and integrity of the academic affairs of the University.
Kent Stringham, Vice President, Finance & Administration
The Office of the Vice President, Finance and Administration, oversees the management of a variety of administrative and operational services provided by Trent University to its students, staff, and faculty, including Financial Services, Information Technology, Facilities Management, Risk Management, Athletics, Housing and Conference Services.
Julie Davis, Vice President, External Relations & Advancement
The Office of the Vice President, External Relations & Advancement's aim is to develop, inspire and nurture institutional relationships to build support, attract funding, increase engagement, raise profile and enhance Trent’s reputation to advance the University’s mission and vision.
Dr. Cathy Bruce, Acting Vice President, Research & Innovation
Responsible for achievement of Trent's research goals and objectives, the Office of Research works in cooperation with other departments to implement the University's strategic research plan.
Marilyn Burns, Vice President, Communications and Enrolment
The Office of the Vice President, Communications & Enrolment strives to build and raise Trent’s profile and reputation on a provincial, national and international level. Working collaboratively, they support Trent’s strategic goals, objectives and key initiatives, with a specific focus on expanding recruitment and increasing acceptances and overall undergraduate student enrolment. The Vice President, Communications & Enrolment also oversees Trent’s Collegiate System, which offers a unique opportunity for the creation of engaging and meaningful experiences for students outside the classroom.
Stephanie Williams, Vice President, Human Resources
The office of the Vice President, Human resources provides services for all employees, retirees, and future employees of Trent University, in the areas of Benefits, Pension, Recruitment, Compensation, Payroll, Labour Relations, Job Evaluation and Learning & Development. The Vice President, Human Resources also oversees a range of departments that provide services to students on campus including personal counseling, residence and food services, a student health clinic, student accessibility services, and the Spiritual Affairs coordinator.