The inside of the Levine Building cafe.

Our New Levine Building

Information for Students

Levine Building

Information for Students

Our vision is for Trinity to be recognised as a modern college that welcomes a diverse and widely representative community, in which the best UK and international students and academics of all backgrounds are supported and able to deliver their best work. Our students’ needs are uppermost in our minds. We aim to support them academically, socially, and to ensure their well-being.

Whilst the college’s academic community, and its international reputation, have developed in recent years, our accommodation and facilities have not kept pace. The Levine Building will transforms our academic facilities, residential accommodation, social spaces and physical access, and improve our provision for graduates.

In particular, new facilities provided by the building frees up space for additional study bedrooms, enabling us to offer on-site accommodation to all first-year postgraduate students. This enhances the experience for graduates and strengthen the academic and social community.

Students also benefit from 46 new spacious ensuite study bedrooms (including 8 which are fully accessible), along with two kitchens and a new student laundry. The library has been improved through the addition of a reception area, librarian’s office and and 20 additional formal study spaces. Student services are now easier to access via a central office.

Music practice rooms and an auditorium capable of accommodating performances enhance leisure activities and a cafe, overlooking the wilderness, provides a space for meetings, informal study and socialising.

The building also allows us to better serve the needs of disabled students through the creation of eight fully-accessible bedrooms, fully compliant facilities, and permanent wheelchair access to two floors of the existing library.