Trinity provides a large and diverse community in which to live, work and play. We offer high-quality accommodation, a central location on the river, excellent meals in Hall and extensive sports facilities.
There’s a lively Students’ Union that organises a wide variety of social events, and a popular student centre with common rooms and a bar. Undergraduates can live in College throughout the full length of their course, and all rooms have internet connections.
We pride ourselves on being both traditional and progressive, and this is reflected in our buildings. There is some magnificent architecture at the heart of the College – Great Court, the Chapel (home to our outstanding choir), the Hall, Nevile’s Court, the Wren Library – but there are also fine modern buildings, including an attractive development at Burrell’s Field, a short walk away through the beautiful College gardens.
Trinity has a long tradition of academic excellence. We welcome all those who have the ability and determination to succeed, whatever their background. We engage extensively in visiting schools, in hosting residential and other visits to the College, and working with educational charities. Along with other Cambridge Colleges, we are actively committed to widening participation, while emphasising that admission to Trinity is based solely on academic merit and potential.
You can learn more about Trinity by booking a place on an open day, or just by visiting the College informally to have a look round. Our website contains comprehensive information and the Admissions Office is happy to deal with further enquiries.