Campus & Facilities
The Trinity College campus is located in the heart of the University of Toronto. Nestled within a historic campus, the College’s iconic buildings and grounds are impressive. Trinity also strives to be the “greenest” college on the U of T campus and beyond.
Trinity College’s campus includes four buildings:
- Trinity College’s main building (6 Hoskin Avenue) is home to administrative offices, Strachan Hall (dining hall), Seeley Hall, the Archives, the Chapel, and Trinity College Residence.
- St. Hilda’s College (44 Devonshire Place) is the second residence building; it several beautiful rooms for student group meetings.
- Gerald Larkin Building (15 Devonshire Place) is our academic building with faculty offices, classrooms and administrative offices. You’ll also find the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and the Centre for Ethics at U of T in this building. On the main floor, you’ll find The Buttery (cafeteria and lounge) – it’s a popular social and study space and informal meetings, especially for commuter students. On the west end of the Gerald Larkin Building is the George Ignatieff Theatre (GIT). The GIT is used for classes, performances and lectures.
- The John W. Graham Library (3 Devonshire Place) is located between the main building and the Gerald Larkin Building in one of the three beautifully renovated historic buildings, which also houses the the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.
- In the centre of the main building, the Trinity quadrangle is used for many outdoor student events and for informal gatherings and College events.
- Back field (north of the quad): we have the only campus playing field at the University of Toronto that is internationally certified to host athletic throwing events.
- The Quiddich Pitch is located between the Gerald Larkin Building and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.
- Hilda’s College has a green roof available as a study area when the weather is suitable.
- The Bosanquet Garden in located in front of the John W. Graham Library along Devonshire Place.
Trinity College is a residential college and our priority is our students. As such, we ask all visitors not to disrupt the normal operations of the College, including administrative, academic, student life and residential programs and activities. Click here for inquiries about facility and room rentals, permits and bookings.