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Trinity College was founded in the sixteenth century in what was then a rural outpost, and which now forms the heart of Oxford’s city centre. The college has developed over four and a half centuries into a vibrant and diverse educational community that has produced award-winning academics, successful leaders in the business, political and economic world, and passionate public servants, teachers and campaigners.
Our community of 450 students and 300 academics and staff come from more than 40 countries and form a community that is open, outward-looking, and supportive. Our ambition is for our community of students, academics and alumni to bring their talents to make a positive impact on the world – through their teaching and research, and through the many other passions and talents our community encompasses.
We are able to offer an Oxford University experience of the highest quality: our academics regularly win awards for their committed and innovative teaching as well as for the impact of their research; our food is renowned for both its quality and variety; and our staff and students contribute to a vibrant college culture that includes active music, athletic and performance societies.
Thank you for coming to our website. Whether you are a prospective student, former student, donor, researcher, teacher, conference organiser, or visitor, I hope you will find what you are looking for here. If not, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Dame Hilary Boulding, College President
At Trinity, our ambition is for our community of students, academics and alumni to bring their talents to make a positive impact on the world. Read more about our values and ambitions moving forward as an outward-facing and open college community.
As a college, we are committed to reducing our impact on the environment.
Learn more about detailed advice and guidance for students and staff living and working in college under COVID-19 restrictions.
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Read the latest news from college about our activities and the work of our academics, students and alumni.
For almost a century the War Memorial Library has provided college members with an inviting space to study and a growing book collection. Our 50,000-volume selection is tailored to our readers’ evolving needs.
Trinity's chapel was built at the end of the seventeenth century and continues to be a place of worship and a space at the heart of the college.
Read more about the history of Trinity college from its origins as a training house for Catholic priests to the present.
Trinity houses several exceptional collections of manuscripts and early printed books, and our Archive containing records of the college's history.
Find out more about the history and key features of Trinity's gardens and historic main site in the city centre.
Find out what job opportunities are available at Trinity for academics and staff.
Trinity College is a registered charity that publishes a range of policies and reports on its financial, safeguarding and other governance activities.