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Scholarships & Financial Aid

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Each year, Trinity offers more than $1 million in scholarships and bursaries to our students, in addition to awards granted by the University of Toronto and the Faculty of Arts & Science, to recognize academic excellence, community engagement and other outstanding accomplishments.

The College offers admission scholarships, in-course awards (available to currently-registered students) and graduation awards for exceptional student achievement, including several renewable awards valued at $15,000/year. We also offer bursaries to students in financial need. Students can apply for funding to assist with experiential learning opportunities, as well.

Application-Based In-Course Scholarships: next deadline - January 26, 2024 Application-Based Graduation Awards: next deadline - May 10, 2024

Questions about our scholarship & financial aid program? Contact the Office of the Registrar at trinity.registrar@utoronto.ca.

For information about tuition and student fees, click here.  The University’s may also be helpful in budgeting your academic year.  You can view your financial invoice on .

U of T Awards Programs: The University of Toronto and the Faculty of Arts & Science each have their own scholarship and financial aid programs. Information about these programs is available on the following websites:


“This scholarship means everything from the hundreds of extra hours I will now have to commit myself to the College and extracurriculars, to the peace of mind of knowing I can focus on what’s most important this year. This scholarship will allow me to pursue writing-related opportunities and still be involved on campus.”

– Kelly Bilenkis, Class of 2020, recipient of the 2017 William and Nona Heaslip Scholarship, valued at $15,000 per year (twice renewable)

“Thanks to the financial stability it offers, I no longer have to work as a line cook to support myself, which grants me much more free time to dedicate to school and extracurricular activities. This also means I can extend my learning outside of the school year, through unpaid internships and other opportunities.”

– Kate Reeve, Class of 2020, recipient of the 2017 William and Nona Heaslip Scholarship, valued at $15,000 per year (twice renewable)

߲Ƶ is grateful to donors for supporting our talented students. View our Student Awards Report.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Office of the Registrar