Trinity Commuter Students: Are you looking for a quiet study space at Trinity?

Posted: October 01, 2021

Study spaces for commuter students in Seeley HallMessage from the Registrar’s Office:

Are you a commuting student looking for a quiet study space at Trinity?

In addition to study spaces available at U of T libraries and various locations around campus, like Sidney Smith Commons, we are offering the following options for Trinity commuting students who need a place for quiet, individual study.

Seeley Hall: Commuter Study Space

Beginning Friday, October 1, a limited number of individual, quiet study spaces will be available for Trinity commuting students in Seeley Hall (upper level in the main building at 6 Hoskin Ave.). Study space is available on a first-come, first-served basis, Monday to Friday from 9 am to 11 pm. To access one of these study spaces, you must first sign in at the Trinity College Welcome Desk located in the front hall of 6 Hoskin Avenue. Please enter the building through the west doors located between the main Trinity College building and the Graham Library. At the Welcome Desk, you will be asked to present your TCard and show verification of a “green” UCheck status for the current day before being assigned a study space. There is a limit of one person per study table and you must remain masked and socially distanced.

UPDATE: Due to the upcoming fall exam period, Seeley Hall will not be available as a study space for the rest of the term effective November 30, 2021.

John W. Graham Library

Individual, quiet study spaces are available for all Trinity students at the Graham Library. Note that the number of study spaces has been reduced at this time to facilitate social distancing. To access the Graham Library and a study space you will need to show a valid TCard at entry and a “green” UCheck status for the current day. You must remain masked and socially distanced while in the Graham Library. Click on the links for more information about Library services and Library hours.

Looking for a place on campus to attend a synchronous online class?

U of T has developed the U of T Synchronous Space Finder app to help students find a quiet classroom space on campus to attend online classes. For more information and to download the app (iOS or Android), visit

Looking for a place or space to go between classes at U of T?

Whether you are returning to campus, coming for the first time, looking for a place to eat, or have been regularly on site, here’s a list of resources that will help you navigate the university campus:

Happy studying and class-taking!

Trinity College’s Office of the Registrar (