We encourage visitors to consult the U of T’s community FAQ for regular updates, as well as the provincial Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario for relevant regional advisories. It remains our pleasure to connect with you for any questions about the Trinity College Community.
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A virtual tour is a great way to see all that Trinity College has to offer, regardless of whether or not you are planning on living in residence! Learn about life at Trinity, admission information, residence and student life information, the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program, University of Toronto courses and programs, and more! Your tour will be led by one of our incredible student tour guides.
“I fell in love with Trinity and knew it was the right place for me when I came for my campus tour. It’s definitely the best way to find out all that Trinity has to offer. Join us for a tour – I’d be happy to show you and your family around our beautiful campus and answer any questions you may have. Hope to see you soon!”
Even in our current circumstances, Fall Campus Day in October still provides prospective students with the opportunity to talk to students, faculty, and staff; learn about courses and programs; and even “see” the campus via virtual/online tours. Trinity staff will be on hand and tour videos of Trinity’s buildings and campus will be made available. Learn more about Fall Campus Day and other Faculty of Arts & Science events on this regularly updated webpage.
It is our hope we will be able to offer some additional programs during this March Break week, March 15th to March 19th. Learn more about March Break campus events and other Faculty of Arts & Science events on this regularly updated webpage.