Tuition & Fees
It's tax time and forms are now available on your mytrent portal. For more information visit our Income Tax page.
At Trent University the well being of our students, faculty, staff and campus community is our highest priority. We are committed to keeping you up-to-date on the status of academic and other University operations as the COVID-19 situation evolves.
The Finance department, following COVID-19 protocol set by the University, Student Accounts staff is continuing our work remotely and are here to help you. If you would like to meet with a specific team member on campus, it is recommended you pre-arrange the time and date directly with them.
Remote Delivery Office hours Monday – Friday – 8:30-4:00 p.m.
Our office is currently working through a high volume of email and phone calls and will continue to respond. When leaving us a message, be sure to include your student number, name, contact information and a brief explanation of the purpose of your call or email. We can be reached by emailing: email@example.com or calling 705-748-1317. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this busy time.
The Student Accounts Office serves as the administration point for most university fees and charges, however, we cannot make adjustments to any fees without the permission of the appropriate department.
It is important to review your statement of account regularly, especially after registration changes. In addition to term fees due at the beginning of the term, other fees such as departmental fees (field trips, supplies), late payment fees may be posted to your account throughout the year.
Students must plan their registration activity carefully, It is the student's responsibility to be familiar with the academic calendar for financial and academic matters and penalties.
What's In Your Tuition?
Tuition consist's of registration, ancillary and levy fees. Tuition is assessed per term at differentiated rates between:
- First and continuing year of study
- Programs of study
- International (visa) students
Miscellaneous and Administrative Fees
Miscellaneous fees or administrative fees are fees for service and may be incurred by a student as a result of a request or action.
Course and Program Specific Fees
Course and program specific fees may be charged by Trent University for the reasonable cost of such things as field trips, learning material and placement and/or practicum fees. Please consult course descriptions to identify if course and program specific fees apply.
Residence and Meal Plan Fees
Residence and meal plan fees vary depending on the residence assigned and type of room. Meal plans are mandatory for certain residence facilities. For details consult the Housing Services website.
TrentU Card Trent Cash
In addition to being your student card, your TrentU Card is also your library card, your gym access for eligible members, your door access, and it is the easiest way to pay for everything you need, on and off-campus. Each TrentU Card has two accounts on it - one for your dining plan, one for your Trent Cash. Trent Cash is the fastest, most convenient, most secure, fee-free method of payment available to all Trent University Students. Visit TrentU Card website for more information on Trent Cash and locations that you can use Trent Cash.
Residence students are able to deposit money to their Trent Cash account via their Residence application. For more information on this, please visit the Residence Students link. All other students can add funds via the MyTrent Portal, in the Campus Card Office in Blackburn Hall Rm. 104 (Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) and at the Trent University Durham GTA Library.
Transfer from your Student Account to your TrentU Card
Accounts with a credit balance or overpayment can request a transfer from their student account to their TrentU Card by visiting the Student Accounts Office, Blackburn Hall Suite 114 or email Student Accounts.