A rendering showing the Trent University Student Centre in full view with the grounds.


Trent University – New Student Centre


Trent University


$13 Million


35,000 sf.


August 2017

Delivery Model



Post Secondary Education


Teeple Architects Inc.

This project’s site is found at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, on an existing parking lot on the west bank of the Otonabee River between the Bata Library and an existing woodlot. The project work comprises of the construction of a new three-story Student Centre with a total floor area of approximately 35,307 square feet. The scope of the project involves associated site development for underground utility services, driveways, small parking areas and other site landscaping.

The building program consists of a 3-storey atrium, 3 classrooms (one of 60-seats,one of 100-seats and one of 200-seats), an event space, Trent Central Student Association offices and Clubs area, an entrepreneurship centre and a small food service area. Construction is currently underway and expected to be complete in August 2017.

A rendering of the exterior of the Trent University Student Centre.
A rendering of the exterior of the Trent University Student Centre from the garden perspective.
A rendering of the stairs of the Trent University Student Centre.

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