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.
UPDATE 4 NOVEMBER: It is essential that you follow all Government guidance when in college, including rules around socialising. We are currently reviewing what the new law and guidance means for services provided by your college and we will publish more information as soon as we can. For more on changes to teaching, learning and life at the University, please consult the central university’s website with advice on the new 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 in the near future.
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.
The college remains closed to visitors to protect the wellbeing of our community while we ensure continuity of College life as much as possible during the pandemic. Please note the following information:
- The University and colleges continue working closely together to coordinate activities in response to COVID-19, following advice from the government, Public Health England, and the University’s own public health and infectious disease specialists.
- Trinity follows current University guidelines on COVID-19, and we advise all our community to regularly visit the University’s COVID-19 Response pages for information, including details about the University’s Early Alert Testing Service and advice for students about staying safe and well at university and some of the changes to living and studying in colleges.
- We also encourage our staff and students to consult government and NHS advice on precautionary measures you can take, guidance for households with possible infection, and travel advice for those arriving in or departing the UK.