Trinity College is located within the heart of the City of Oxford. Its spacious site, with exceptionally beautiful gardens and buildings, provides an ideal setting for academic success. Relationships between students and academic staff are open and friendly, and the college fosters a strong sense of community.
Trinity consider applications for nearly all of the University’s degrees and diplomas, especially those in the fields of interest of the Fellows of the College.
Facilities for students with disabilities
has a number of rooms for disabled use. Some teaching
rooms are wheelchair-accessible, as well as the dining hall, chapel, library and toilets.
- College Library, open 24 hours a day with wireless internet access and printing facilities
- Old Library, containing rare books and manuscripts
rooms on the main College site and in the North Oxford site are connected to the University network with access to internet, email and printing facilities.
Art, music, drama and sport
There is a gym and a squash court on the main College site and the College's playing fields are only a short distance away. There are College teams in major sports including cricket, dancesport, football, hockey, rugby and tennis. The College has a successful boat club with its own boathouse on the main stretch of the river.
The College is well equipped for music, with a sound-proofed practice room and pianos. The College has very active choral and orchestral groups who give regular performances.
The College drama group, the Trinity Players, puts on several performances ever year, including a summer play on the College's lawns. The society caters for a wide range of dramatic interests, both on stage and behind the scenes.