Whilst the college’s academic community, and its international reputation, have continued to develop in recent years, our accommodation and facilities have not kept pace. It has become clear that we must transform our academic facilities, residential accommodation, social spaces and physical access, and improve provision for graduates. The Levine building will give us the means to address these issues, whilst also acting as a springboard for our long-term aspirations. We want 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.
Making your contribution
The project will cost £30 million. The college has committed to meeting half of the cost, through agreed land sales, and seeks to raise the remaining £15 million in donations. At the time that planning permission was granted in October 2018, more than half of this ambitious fundraising target had been met. Our focus now is to raise the remaining £5.2 million by October 2021.
Every donation will make a difference to the success of this project. We warmly encourage you to make your contribution by clicking here
If you are considering making a gift at a level that will link your name to the building, either individually or as part of a group, please contact Sue Broers on +44 (0)1865 279889 or email@example.com.