The Levine Building entrance from Library Quad with the War Memorial Library.


The Levine Building

The Levine Building

Underpinning the Future of Trinity

The Levine Building, a substantial development set in the heart of Trinity’s main site.

This ambitious project will expand the college's academic and teaching facilities, enhance the student experience, improve physical access, and create significant opportunities for wider public engagement.  

Designed to serve Trinity for hundreds of years, the Levine Building marks the first major upgrade to the college's facilities in 50 years and is most likely to be the last building of this scale to be constructed on the historic main site.

It is also central to the strategy approved by the Governing Body in 2018.  Within our mission to "advance education, learning and research", we aspire for our community of students, academics and alumni to bring their talents to make a positive impact on the world. 


The Levine Building

Full Details

From plans to purpose, discover more about this ambitious project and why it is so important to Trinity's future. 

Download The Levine Building Brochure


The Balance

The project will cost £30 million.  Half of the cost will be met by the college with the remaining £15 million being sought in donations.

Thanks to the transformational gift made by Peter Levine, and the tremendous generosity of several other Old Members, Friends and Organisations, more than £8 million of the fundraising target had been met by the time works began in summer 2019.

To date, 1180 individuals and organisations have helped to raise over £14.9 million in cash and pledges (over 99% of the £15 million fundraising target).

Our focus now is on raising the shortfall of just over £30,000.  


Make Your


Projects like the Levine Building rely heavily upon the financial assistance of Old Members and Friends, and we are very grateful indeed to everyone who chooses to make a gift to the college. 

Every donation has an impact, no matter the amount or how frequently it is given and will help to make this exciting new chapter in Trinity’s history a reality.