Resources for Administrative Staff

Sexual Violence and Harassment: Resources and Support

Trinity College Statement of Adoption of the University of Toronto Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment with Amendments (pdf)

University of Toronto Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (pdf)

Learn more about the Trinity College adoption statement in the context of the U of T Policy (pdf)

University of Toronto Statement on Freedom of Speech (pdf): On January 24, 2019, Trinity College Board of Trustees approved the adoption of the University of Toronto’s Statement of Institutional Purpose and Statement of Freedom of Expression

University of Toronto Smoke-Free Policy (pdf):  On January 24, 2019, Trinity College Board of Trustees approved the adoption of the University of Toronto’s Smoke-Free Policy to apply to Trinity College

Support related to cessation - the university offers support for faculty, staff and students who want to quit smoking:

  • Staff and faculty have access to Green Shield's smoking-cessation program, which includes some drug coverage and pharmacist counselling, as well as an e-course available through the university’s Employee and Family Assistance Program.
  • For students, smoking-cessation programs are available through the Health and Wellness Centres at the St. George campus and U of T Scarborough, and the Health and Counselling Centre at U of T Mississauga.
  • More information is available on this resources page

Trinity College Pension Plan (pdf) - amended and restated effective July 1, 2014

Trinity College Pension Plan (pdf) - amendment dated May 14, 2015

Parking Rates and Conditions (pdf) (2018- 2019)

 Emergency Instructions Quick Reference (pdf)

Copy Centre

Phone Manual (pdf)

Avoid phishing scams

Accessing your Zimbra mail

University of Toronto HR website

Trinity’s Employee and Family Assistant Program (EFAP) service provider Homewood Health provides confidential counselling support: 1-800-663-1142. Faculty and staff seeking support should not hesitate to contact the university’s EFAP. You can also visit their website: http://www.homewoodhealth.com/health/services/stay-at-work/efap.

Documents required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) are available upon request to the Human Resources Officer