Prospective applicants and their families are also very welcome to drop in to the College for a look around at any time during visitor hours. Entry to the College is free of charge to prospective applicants - please make yourself known to the Custodians at the Lodge on your arrival.
Where to find more information
Prospective applicants may like to visit the University's drop-in Admissions office, the "Admissions i":
55 Little Clarendon Street
The "Admissions i" gives key information on how to apply to Oxford, as well as details of all the colleges and all degree courses. All candidates applying to read for an undergraduate degree must apply through UCAS.
Prospective graduate applicants should consult the Graduate Studies Prospectus, available from the Graduate Admissions Office (there is no separate College Application Form).
If approaching Oxford from the north (the recommended route), head down from the ring road down Banbury Road. Turn left onto Parks Road (you can see the Parks on the left), and drive down until you come to the traffic lights with the King's Arms on your left. Turn right into Broad Street and Trinity is found on the right, behind the blue gates.
From the east (Cowley/Iffley Road), follow the one way system after passing straight over the Magdalen roundabout, and you will find yourself on South Parks Road. At the end of this, turn left into Parks Road.
From the south, follow signs for the station, then behave as if approaching from the west.
Oxford station is a major station on the Cross Country and West Coast lines, and is well served by Virgin, Thames Trains and First Great Western. To get to Trinity from the station, turn left past the Said Business School onto Park End Street, continuing onto Hythe Bridge Street. After crossing the bridge, head past the Jobcentre onto George Street, and continue to the end of the road. At the end of George Street, cross the road to Broad Street, walking in the same direction; Trinity College is on the left after Balliol College.
Oxford Coach Station is situated close to Trinity, in Gloucester Green, off George Street; 5 minutes walk from Trinity.