Drops, Withdrawals & Refunds
***While Students may opt to seek financing for their education through private lenders, please be aware that Trent University will not issue refunds greater than the student's Trent-related expenses(tuition, ancillary fees, meal plans, and ON-campus housing).
Student's who are borrowing funds to pay for OFF-campus housing and other living expenses should arrange for funds to be deposited directly into their personal bank account.
The refund tables outline the percentage at certain dates during the academic year at which credit is calculated for full withdrawal from the University or for a course drop by a part-time student. The actual amount of refund will depend on the amount of fees actually paid. The refund schedule assumes that all fees are paid. Student Association and Organization Fees are not refundable by the University.
Refundable Undergraduate Tuition Deposit for Fall 2021- The claim deadline is closed.
Bank Account Icon Information Support
Bank of Montreal - log into your banking app, select the bank account, click account details and scroll to bottom of the screen where you will see VOID CHEQUE and download the information.
Bank of Nova Scotia - log into your online banking app and select the bank account from the home screen. Tap account information and under Direct deposit, tap to view details.
Royal Bank of Canada - log into your online banking app and select Bank Accounts. Beside each account, you will find a 5-digit transit/branch number (before hyphen) and a 7-digit account number (after hyphen).
TD Canada - log in to your banking app, select the bank account then select Summary and click the Direct deposit Information at the bottom of the screen. Your full banking information will display.
CIBC and SIMPLII- log into your banking app, select the bank account The screen opens in transactions view so click on ACCOUNT INFO and your direct deposit information will display in detail.
If you bank elsewhere, please log into your banking app and search for “direct deposit” or “void cheque information” or call your bank for instruction.