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.
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.
|24.06.2013|||||FIFTY PLUS YEARS ON LUNCH|
|28.06.2013|||||DINNER AT MANSION HOUSE|
|20.09.2013|||||TRINITY SOCIETY WEEKEND|
|20.05.2013|||||Dam Busters' 70th anniversary commemoration|
A service took place in Chapel on Friday 17 May to commemorate the Seventieth Anniversary of the Dambusters’ raid. Trinity alumnus Melvin ‘Dinghy’ Young (1934) was the only Oxford man to take part in the raid. The service was preceded by an exhibition of Melvin Young memorabilia from the college archives.Read More
|01.05.2013|||||MAY DAY MADRIGALS SUNG FROM THE TOWER|
Members of the chapel choir sung madrigals this morning from the chapel tower to welcome in the month of May.
|29.04.2013|||||Twenty-four hour 'organathon' completed|
At 9.00 am on Saturday in the Chapel, senior organ scholar Benjamin Morrell, and William Heywood, Organ Scholar of Harris Manchester College, began a physically and mentally challenging test: a twenty-four hour Organ Marathon.Read More
|25.04.2013|||||Inspirational Teacher Honoured by the University|
Of the many students each year who are inspired by staff at their schools and colleges to make applications to the University of Oxford, Cathy Mason (2012, Philosophy and Theology) has been able to show her gratitude to one of her former teachers, Karen Kelly, who was honoured as an inspirational teacher by the University this week. Cathy nominated Ms Kelly, who taught her Philosophy at Wootton Upper School, a state academy in Bedford.Read More