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COVID-19

College Advice and Guidance

COVID-19

Updates and Guidance

Trinity College is working in close partnership with the rest of Oxford University to ensure we have the information needed to make swift and safe decisions in response to the changing nature of the pandemic in Oxford.

The Government has advised that some courses can resume in-person teaching from 8 March; with plans for other courses to be confirmed around Easter. This guidance is not expected until 5 April at the earliest. Updates will be posted here and on the main University COVID-19 pages as soon as possible. 

It is essential that you follow all Government guidance when in college, including rules around socialising. For more on changes to teaching, learning and life at the University, please consult the central university’s website with advice on the national restrictions.

College households must be strictly adhered to, and no visitors to college households will be allowed. There will be some other changes to colleges’ COVID-secure policies and operations, and further information will be provided shortly. All existing requirements for social distancing and use of face coverings, remains in place.

The health and wellbeing of our College community is our top priority. We are here to help all members enjoy the many cultural, academic and international resources of being in Oxford by making creative, COVID-safe adjustments to the way we live, learn, socialise and work.

Please note the following information:

Please bookmark the government advice and central Oxford University coronavirus pages as your best reference sites for the latest recommendations and FAQs. 
 

COVID-19 College Guidance

Advice for Students

Detailed advice, guidance, and resources for Trinity College students about changes to living and studying in college under COVID-19.

COVID-19 College Guidance

For Academics and Staff

Information for Trinity College academics and staff about changes to teaching, returning to work and safety in college.