Trinity College
Students at a tutorial in Trinity College.
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Trinity College

About the college

Trinity is a medium-sized college with a great central location in the heart of the city centre. We encourage openness and engagement: with each other in college, with the wider university, with the local community, and with the world at large.

Trinity is progressive, dynamic, supportive and welcomes everyone. 

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Trinity wants to support the widest diversity of talent: whatever your background, we think you will find your place and feel at home in our community. 

We provide accommodation for all years of an undergraduate course and our food is renowned as among the best in Oxford. Our excellent facilities, generous bursaries and welcoming student community will support you to thrive and experience the best of what Oxford has to offer.

Our students are involved in a wide range of activities, and reflect a diverse and inclusive community. We have a range of active student societies and sports teams, as well as an annual Arts Week and a group of committed Student Ambassadors who contribute to our access work in Oxford and beyond. 

Our non-auditioned choir gives recitals both in Oxford and on tour, in recent years visiting Tuscany, Budapest and Madrid. Many subjects also have their own societies, hosting guest speakers and social events.

Read more on the college website.

Trinity is...

'…by far the best choice I have ever made!'
Laura

'…a fantastic place to work and relax on our vast lawns in the sun.'
Nick

'…a super friendly community; the size of our student body means that we all know each other well!'
Kathy

'…down to earth and friendly, set in spectacular surroundings.'
Mark

'…always feeling welcomed and appreciated.'
Hannah

""College facilities

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College accommodation

Accommodation

College availability

All first years on siteYes
Usually offered for all yearsYes
Usually offered for three yearsNo
Usually offered for first year and one other yearNo
Some vacation storage for international studentsYes

Catering

Catering type

College availability

Dining hallYes
BarYes
CaféYes

Facilities

Facility type

College availability

Gym on siteYes
BoathouseYes
Library open 24/7Yes
Computer rooms/stationsYes
Wi-Fi throughout collegeYes
Music roomYes
Theatre/performance spaceYes
ChapelYes
Multi-faith prayer roomYes

Clubs and societies

Club / society

College availability

Music societyYes
Orchestra(s)No
Choir(s)Yes
Dramatic societyYes
College student magazine/paperNo
Some subject societiesYes
Other societiesYes

College outreach

Link areas

In order to ensure that all areas of the UK are fully supported by the University of Oxford, our colleges are working together to establish Oxford for UK, a series of regional outreach programmes offering tailored and local support to students of mixed ages, their parents and teachers.
 
Getting in touch with the college linked to your region has no influence on your chances of being accepted to this or any other particular college. You are also very welcome to get in touch with any other college for advice about applying or studying here.
 
Trinity College is part of Oxford for North East.

Link Local Authorities

Darlington
Durham
Gateshead
Hartlepool
Middlesbrough
Newcastle upon Tyne
Northumberland
North Tyneside
Redcar and Cleveland
South Tyneside
Stockton on Tees
Sunderland

Milton Keynes
Oxfordshire

Outreach programmes

We run an active schools & outreach programme working with schools, students and teachers in our linked regions. 

We also work in partnership with St Anne's College and Christ Church as members of the Oxford for North East consortium to support schools and prospective applicants across the North East of England.

Our outreach priorities

The Access Team at Trinity College prioritise outreach engagement with schools, in our linked regions, on the basis of specific needs related to lower rates of progression to higher education, to the Russell Group universities and to the University of Oxford.

We also prioritise engagement with under-represented and disadvantaged groups of students.

Contact

Access and Outreach at Trinity
Access Officer: Innocent Otunnu

 +44 (0) 1865 279864 
 access.officer@trinity.ox.ac.uk
 www.trinity.ox.ac.uk

For schools in the North East: oxfordfornortheast@admin.ox.ac.uk

Postal address:
Trinity College
Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BH

Outreach events

Visit the University's Outreach event calendar to view upcoming outreach events. Please note that some events may require advance booking or have specific eligibility criteria.