“It’s so easy to get involved here, whether it be in academics or extracurriculars, and that makes Trent feel like home the second you arrive here. There’s a club or group for just about anything you could want, and organizers are always so willing and excited to have people be involved! Trent is a community of people that want everyone around them to feel a part of something.”
With close to 6,000 km between Trent University and Norway, the home country of third-year Psychology and Forensic Science student Christina Neerland, getting involved and feeling part of the Trent community was something Ms. Neerland knew she needed from the very beginning of her Trent experience. From her first moments on campus for orientation, to events hosted by the Psychology undergraduate society, Ms. Neerland feels proud to call Trent home.
Trent University prides itself on providing an outstanding personal and interactive learning environment. This story is part of the #FacesofTrentU series, which highlights our many student success stories and the numerous dynamic programs offered at Trent.