At Trinity, we pride ourselves on our tradition of excellence and our strong sense of community. Trinity College’s community of students, alumni, faculty and staff give meaning to the idea of Living Trinity.

The Living Trinity Campaign is an extraordinary effort to make strategic investments to support students, enhance academic programming and build a new landmark building that will transform our historic campus.

Join us as we ensure that the benefits of Living Trinity continue for generations of Trinity students to come.

Ways to Give

Three Priority Areas

Lawson Centre for Sustainability

Trinity’s world-class contribution to sustainable architecture will add 14,000 square metres to our campus, providing students with a hub for residential living and learning. The building will feature wood-beam construction and inspiring spaces for socializing and dining within a “living lab” that focuses on sustainability practices and research.

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Ensuring Student Success

Our aspiration is to support Trinity’s students by enriching programs for academic guidance, career counselling and mental health initiatives, and substantially increasing financial awards available to students.

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Enhancing Academic Excellence

Innovation in undergraduate education is Trinity’s hallmark. By engaging and challenging students with the best instructors in the field, our students and alumni will be equipped to meet the most complex and pressing issues of our time.

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How Are You Living Trinity?

Support the Campaign

Continue the tradition of excellence and support Trinity College through the Living Trinity Campaign.

Campaign News

Kate Zernike ’90: Breaking the Big Story

When Kate Zernike '90 broke the story of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)’s admission in 1999 that it had discriminated against women…

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Disha Nayak ’21: Entrepreneur. Influencer. Disruptor. Alum.

It’s August 2021. In a 25-second video on social media app TikTok, Disha Nayak shares her mother’s recipe for homemade alfredo pasta. Watching the…

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Five Questions with Cherryl-Lyn Holder-Olamuyiwa, Career Advisor

What will you do with that degree? We don’t mean to put pressure on young people, but as alumni we are curious about what today’s Trinity students…

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