Trinity College Campus Tour

A College tour is a great way to see all that Trinity has to offer, regardless of whether or not you are planning on living in residence.  The tour begins at the Dean of Students’ Office, where you can ask questions about student life, and ends at the Registrar’s Office, where you can ask questions about admission to Trinity College or U of T’s courses and programs. Tours are scheduled for specific dates and times and you must register for a tour in advance on-line at:

http://trinity.utoronto.ca/tours/  

 

Spring and Summer 2014 Tour Dates

May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

June 6, 13, 20, 27

July** 4, 11, 18, 25    

**Please note that due to conference bookings in the month of July, it is unlikely that tours will be able to include a residence room in the main Trinity College building at 6 Hoskin Avenue. Residence will still remain part of the tour, however, tours will likely only be able to show one residence room at St. Hilda's College. Other common areas in the main Trinity building will not be impacted, and will remain part of the tour.

All tours begin at 2:15 p.m. and are approximately 60 minutes in length.


Fall 2014 Tour Dates

Tour dates for the Fall will be posted here at the end of August.  Fall tours begin at the end of September. 

Tours are NOT offered from December 1st to mid-January, during Reading Week in February, or during the months of April and August as our students are writing exams and/or tour guides are not available.

Tours leave from the main lobby of St. Hilda’s College (one of our two residences) at 44 Devonshire Place.  If you require an accessibility related accommodation, please inform us on the on-line registration form. 

U of T’s Fall Campus Day

Fall Campus Day in October provides prospective students with the opportunity to talk to students and professors, learn about courses and programs and see the campus. Trinity staff will be on hand and tours of Trinity’s residences and campus will be held throughout the day.  

U of T’s March Break Open House

March Break Open House takes place on the Thursday and Friday of March Break.  Prospective students will have the opportunity to take a campus tour, visit classrooms and facilities, see student life in action and speak with U of T staff and professors.  Trinity staff will be on hand and tours of Trinity’s residences and campus will be held throughout the day.  

U of T Campus Tours

Information about University of Toronto campus tours is available through the Nona MacDonald Visitors Centre at 25 King’s College Circle: (416) 978-5000 or http://discover.utoronto.ca/connect/campus-tours