Non-Academic Policies and Governing Documents
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Trintiy College operates in Federation witth the University of Toronto, which also means that all Trinity College students are bound by the policies developed by the Governing Council of the University of Toronto. All University of Toronto policies are found on the Governing Council website and key policies that all Trinity College students should read, understand and abide by include:
Related resource: U of T Student's Companion to the Code of Conduct
Related resource: U of T Sexual Violence Prevention & Support Centre was created to prevent and respond to sexual violence, with central supports and resources available to those who have experienced sexual violence. Click here for the Centre's contact information, locations and other resources
Related resource: U of T Guiding Principles for Sexual Violence Education and Prevention Initiatives, May 29, 2017 (PDF)
Trinity College was established by Royal Charter and operates as a publicly-funded educational institution. With this comes the obligation to transparency of operations and fair, equitable practice where community standards, and in some cases, legal responsibilities, are fulfilled. Membership at Trinity College is by personal choice and governance structures exist to ensure sound operation of the College. Several non-academic policies have been developed through governance to guide administrative decisions and to ensure that the College is using sound operating procedures that are representative of the needs of the community, in particular its students.
It is the responsibility of all Trinity College students to read, understand and abide by the following Trinity College policies:
Trinity College disassociated itself from Episkopon in 1992. This Policy is intended to support College Officers and the Trinity College community in appropriately addressing the possible adverse effects of Episkopon on Trinity College and its members.