Trinity College

Trinity College


Trinity College, founded in 1555, is situated in the centre of Oxford, close to libraries, laboratories, lecture halls and all the city’s amenities. Our community of over 300 undergraduates and 100 graduates is exceptionally friendly; we welcome everyone and are committed to giving students from all backgrounds the chance to succeed.  


This site contains information for prospective students, current students, alumni, those wishing to organise a conference or dinner, and those who just want to discover more about the college.


The current prospectus is available for download (4mb PDF) and prospective applicants for undergraduate courses can also download (8mb PDF) our new 2012 Alternative Prospectus, written by current undergraduates.


Forthcoming events


Boston 10 April

New York 12 April


This year's speaker will be author and journalist Will Self. See the event poster for further details. 

11.05.2014 | PARENTS' LUNCH
24.05.2014 | HISTORY LUNCH
31.05.2014 | BOAT CLUB DINNER

Latest news

11.04.2014 | Chapel Book reviewed

The Chapel of Trinity College Oxford, by Professor Martin Kemp, has been reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement—the review can be read on the TLS website.

09.04.2014 | University Prize won by Trinity Student

Rachel Griffin, first-year student in Law Studies in Europe, has won the University prize for the best performance in Roman Law and Constitutional Law, and also the prize for the best overall performance in Law Mods (first-year exams). We warmly congratulate Rachel (and her tutors, Nick Barber and Elizabeth Drummond)!

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07.04.2014 | Boat Race victory

Two members of Trinity, Constantine Louloudis (2010) and Michael Di Santo (2013), rowed in the victorious Oxford Men's boat in yesterday's Boat Race. The College congratulates Constantine and Michael and the rest of the Oxford crew on a very successful race!

13.03.2014 | Professor Chris Prior has won the IOP PAB Group Prize for Outstanding Professional Contributions

The Institute of Physics Particle Accelerators and Beams Group has announced the award of its 2014 Prize for Outstanding Professional Contributions to Professor Chris Prior, Emeritus Fellow of Trinity and Leader of the Intense Beams Group at ASTeC (the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre, at Harwell).

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