FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How do I get my Dean’s List Certificate?
Each year the College Office prints certificates for the students within the college who achieved a place on the Dean's Honour Roll. Certificates are printed in the mid-late fall for the previous year (ex. In Oct. 2015, the certificates will be printed for the 2014-2015 year).
I am starting a club, how do I apply for College funding?
Each college cabinet offers funding to student clubs affiliated with the Trent Central Students' Association. Please visit the Lady Eaton Cabinet Office to pick up an LEC funding application.
How do I book an Academic Advising appointment?
Go to Trentu.ca/advising, click book an appointment in Peterborough. Click on the name of the academic advisor for their affiliated college (Note: They you go to another advisor if there is timing problems) and follow the instructions from there. Student do receive a reminder email but it's helpful to make a note of the date/time of your appointment in your calendar.
Or sign in to the Student Experience Portal with your Trent username and password. Click on "Book Appointments" in the left menu to get started (http://www.trentu.ca/sep). If you do not have an active student account please call 705-748-1011 ext 7333 for help booking in Peterborough.
How do I book an Academic Skills appointment?
Sign in to the Student Experience Portal with your Trent username and password. Click on "Book Appointments" in the left menu to get started (http://www.trentu.ca/sep). If you do not have an active student account please call 705-748-1011 ex 7333 for help booking in Peterborough. You can still call 705-748-1720 during office hours.
Also visit Trentu.ca/academicskills for information on what to bring to your academic skills appointment, online resources, and a link to the booking website for the Trent Oshawa office.
*New for summer 2015: academic skills instruction is now available in the college offices -- please note the location of your appointment when you book.
What is the Vaisey Music Library?
Lady Eaton College is fortunate to house the Vaisey Music Library which is a collection of books and sheet music, donated by the musicologist and pianist William Vaisey. Mr. Vaisey was a music teacher with the Royal Conservatory, National Music Consultant for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and a life long member of Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association. Not only was he a teacher of piano and vocals, but he was also a sought after music adjudicator and a very well known accompanist (including when he was young, the Milan Opera Company). Lady Eaton College is honoured to house this collection, and welcomes students and members of the Trent Community to come in to browse and/or sign out pieces of the collection. The music library is located in the College Office.
What is Black Honey and how do I get my discount there?
Black Honey is a café located in downtown Peterborough on the Corner of Hunter and Aylmer. Lady Eaton College is proud to have a strong partnership with this cafe; extending the college community to Peterborough's downtown. If you are affiliated with LEC you receive a 10% discount at Black Honey with your discount card. These cards are given away in the college office and are one per person, as the same card can be used multiple times.
How do I get proof that I live in LEC?
Students who need proof of residency (often for the purpose of getting a police check) should first check their personal email (not Trent email) for the email housing originally sent them accepting them to LEC for residency in June or later of 2014. This email has a link to their res assignment, which can then be printed off and used as proof of residency. If they do not have this email any more they should contact Michele Sparkes in the Housing Office (email@example.com).