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Policies, Plans & Procedures

Trinity College Policies, Plans & Procedures

Academic Handbook

Academic Dons: Terms & Conditions of Employment

Academic Staff: Policy on Conflict of Interest (PDF 384 KB): The University of Toronto’s Policy on Conflict of Interest, Academic Staff, was approved by the Executive Committee on March 16, 1995

Academic Staff: Regulations

Alcohol Policy

Librarians: Policy on Conflict of Interest (PDF 340 KB): The University of Toronto’s Policy on Conflict of Interest, Librarians, was approved by the Executive Committee on October 12, 1995

Accessibility

College Associates: Policy

College Fellowship: Policy

Emergency Instructions

Freedom of Speech: 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 (PDF 228 KB)

Graham Library Conduct Regulations

Health & Safety Policy

Non-Medical Masks or Face Coverings Policy: On August 20, 2020, Trinity College Board of Trustees approved the adoption of the University of Toronto’s Policy on Non-Medical Masks or Face Coverings to apply to Trinity College

Trinity College Pension Plan: amended and restated effective July 1, 2014; and May 14, 2015 amendment (PDF 536 KB)

Privacy Policy

Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Local 2, Collective Agreement 2016-2019 (PDF 11 MB)

Staff Policies Manual (PDF 365 KB)

Sexual Violence & Sexual Harassment Policy

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

University of Toronto Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment

Smoke-Free Policy (U of T): 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 Strategic Plan 2016

+ Students Policies, Procedures & Agreements

+ Resources for academic, administrative and service employees