Being a part of Trinity College gives students the best of both worlds: a small home base and full access to all the benefits associated with Canada’s largest university. With a diverse student body and a supportive community, Trinity is definitely a place where students can get involved and feel they belong. Founded in 1851, Trinity offers an exceptional academic experience and is an innovator in interdisciplinary study in areas such as ethics, society and law, immunology and international relations. Trinity faculty members are among the University of Toronto’s most distinguished and are highly involved in student life.

At the undergraduate level, Trinity is known for its academic excellence and is the smallest of the seven colleges in the University of Toronto. The college’s Trinity One program offers first-year students small seminar classes for shared learning in six streams. At the graduate level, Trinity offers degrees in Theology and is affiliated with the Toronto School of Theology. The college fosters community, responsibility and leadership, and celebrates a culture of openness and diversity. Trinity attracts gifted and engaged students who benefit from its many challenging , including sports, arts, debates, choir, outreach programs, clubs, research and conference opportunities associated with academic programs. Trinity also offers an impressive bursary and scholarship program, health and wellness initiatives, academic resource centre, mentorship program and academic dons. More than half of Trinity students graduate with “distinction” or “high distinction,” and the College has a proud record of producing an unusually large number of Rhodes scholars.


Full-time (undergraduates)

Full-time (graduates)

Part-time (undergraduates)

Part-time (graduates)

Source: University of Trinity College (2017 rounded preliminary fall enrolment)




Undergraduate tuition fees:
$6,590 – $12,090

Graduate tuition fees:
$7,030 – $10,440


Undergraduate tuition fees:
$32,550 – $46,820

Graduate tuition fees:
$20,530 – $28,320

Source: Statistics Canada. Fees for general programs in arts and humanities (2017-18).

Academic Programs

Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.