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Trinity College has a variety of excellent event and classroom spaces for meetings and events. *The College is also a destination location for special events* – from lectures, conferences and AGMs, to receptions, cocktail events and buffet-style gatherings and plated dinners. Our signature halls (Strachan Hall and Seeley Hall) make for a perfect venue for those who want a civil wedding or other special ceremony.
Click on the links below to go directly to the rental space types:
Contact us to discuss what type of space will best suit your event needs: Event Services & Catering at 416-978-8680 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trinity College student organizations must contact the Office of the Dean of Students at email@example.com for any room requests at the College.
* When spaces on not otherwise employed for College use; preference is given to Trinity alumni and the U of T community.
Adjacent to the George Ignatieff Theatre, it is a perfect venue for a quick intermission or a reception after the performance. The Buttery is also available for private receptions, dinners and as meeting space. The room is wheelchair accessible and air-conditioned.
|Trinity College Chapel
The Trinity College Chapel is a magnificent place to hold your wedding ceremony. When the Chapel is not in use for regular services and other events, the Chapel can also be booked for celebrations and services, such as recitals and artistic performances that reflect the sanctity of the Chapel and the College’s values.
The Combination Room is perfect for larger meetings, lectures, receptions or small sit down dinner. The room is adjacent to the Private Dining Room (see below) where catering selections can be offered. Room is air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible with assistance.
|Divinity Common Room
Located on the ground floor, the room offers a great option for a reception and/or a meeting. Room is wheelchair accessible.
|Douglas & Ruth Grant Boardroom
Located on the second floor and overlooking a courtyard, this space is a perfect venue for a small meeting. Room is equipped with built-in projector and screen. The room is NOT wheelchair accessible.
|Junior Common Room
Old world charm. The room features wood panelling, large windows and bronze chandeliers. A perfect spot for a reception or lecture. Wheelchair accessible is available. Room is not air-conditioned.
George Ignatieff Theatre
The George Ignatieff Theatre is a great space to host a variety of performances, conferences, large lectures and special screenings. For information about booking the theatre, please visit the theatre page.
|Melinda Seaman Hall
|Private Dining Room
With its boardroom table, the Private Dining Room (PDR) is a perfect space for group meetings and working lunches. The PDR can also serve as a buffet area in connection with your event in the Combination Room. Room is not air-conditioned. Wheelchair accessible with assistance.
Available all year round, Seeley Hall is another magnificent space for receptions, weddings, lectures, and other ceremonies and services. Located on the second floor of the main Trinity building, the timber ceiling is a perfect backdrop for a lecture, reception or dinner. The piano is a permanent feature and can be made available for a performance. There is elevator access to Seeley Hall, and the room is wheelchair accessible and air-conditioned.
Strachan Hall is a magnificent space for receptions, weddings, lectures, and other ceremonies and services. Located on the first floor of the main Trinity building, Strachan Hall is the flagship venue for dinners and receptions in late spring and summer. With soaring stained glass windows, high ceiling and oak panelling, it is a perfect room for a stand up reception of sit down dinner. Room is wheelchair accessible with assistance.
|Trinity College’s classrooms available for rental by external groups when not needed for classes or internal functions. All classrooms are WiFi accessible with UTORid. There are a variety of classrooms available at the main Trinity College building, please enquire for setup, sizes, capacity and pricing. Please note: classroom set-up cannot be rearranged. There is a minimum of 30 minutes added before and after each booking to allow for set-up, guest arrival and cleaning.|
TC 22: Located on the 2nd floor. The room is air-conditioned. The room is not wheelchair accessible.
TC 24: Located on the 2nd floor. The room is air-conditioned. The room is not wheelchair accessible.
All classrooms in the Gerald Larkin Building are located on the 2nd and 3rd floor and are wheelchair-accessible. Capacity from 25 to 64 students. These classrooms are air-conditioned.
Audio Visual Support for Professors in Classrooms at Trinity College, St. Hilda’s College and the Gerald Larkin Building
Trinity College has ten standard classrooms in its three buildings that are suitable for classes from 20 to 70 students. These classrooms can be viewed on the University of Toronto website for Academic and Campus Events. All Trinity College standard classrooms are equipped with a projector with built-in speakers and a screen (equivalent to a U of T Junior Teaching Station). Please note that users are responsible for bringing their own computer and adapter for rooms with built-in projectors.
Printed instructions are posted in every room to assist professors in managing their AV support needs.
Internet access (Wifi and LAN networks) are managed by U of T and accessed via UTORid. Trinity IT staff support the Trinity College standard classrooms but they are not on standby for immediate or in-class support although problems with the projectors or Lan Jacks should be reported to them at 416-978-2522 ext 84715.
For classroom reservations by Trinity teaching staff for the academic session, please contact the Office of the Dean of Arts (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Trinity College’s beautiful, historic campus provides a glorious backdrop for events and gatherings. Some of the College’s outdoor spaces* can be booked when not in use by the College.
For size, capacity and options for outdoor spaces at Trinity College, please contact us for more information: Event Services & Catering at 416-978-8680 or email@example.com.
Location: behind (north of) Trinity College (6 Hoskin Avenue)
Location: 3 Devonshire Place (at Trinity College’s John W. Graham Library)
The Trinity Quadrangular (approx. 66’ x 50’) can normally not be booked in its entirety, but permits can be granted to allow for specific activity, such as photography and special events (note: permits do not grant exclusive use of the Trinity Quad on the given date and time).Note: As a residential college, during the academic year (September to April) the Trinity Quad is a student and College space and main through fare for residential students along with the general community.For inquiries about photography permits, please visit the Photography & Filming section.Location: Trinity College (6 Hoskin Avenue)
Location: between the Gerald Larkin Building (15 Devonshire Place) and the John W. Graham Library 31 Devonshire Place)