UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO: POLICIES AND GOVERNING DOCUMENTS
Trinity College operates in Federation with the University of Toronto, which also means that all Trinity College students are bound by the policies developed by the Governing Council of the University of Toronto. All University of Toronto policies are found on the Governing Council website and key policies that all Trinity College students should read, understand and abide by include:
U of T Academic Integrity at the University of Toronto
U of T Alcohol Policy, June 26, 2003 (PDF)
U of T Appropriate Use of Information and Communication Technology
U of T Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters (PDF)
U of T Code of Student Conduct, effective July 1, 2002 (PDF)
U of T Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, effective January 1, 2017 (PDF)
U of T Smoke-Free Policy, January 1, 2019 (PDF): On January 24, 2019, Trinity College Board of Trustees approved the adoption of the University of Toronto’s Smoke-Free Policy (PDF 84 KB) 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
U of T Statement on Human Rights, July 12, 2012 (PDF)
U of T Statement on Prohibited Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment, March 31, 1994 (PDF)
TRINITY COLLEGE: POLICIES AND GOVERNING DOCUMENTS
Trinity College was established by Royal Charter and operates as a publicly-funded educational institution. With this comes the obligation to transparency of operations and fair, equitable practice where community standards, and in some cases, legal responsibilities, are fulfilled. Membership at Trinity College is by personal choice and governance structures exist to ensure sound operation of the College. Several non-academic policies have been developed through governance to guide administrative decisions and to ensure that the College is using sound operating procedures that are representative of the needs of the community, in particular its students.
It is the responsibility of all Trinity College students to read, understand and abide by the following Trinity College student policies:
Trinity College Alcohol Policy
Trinity College Community Standards
Trinity College Dining Hall Policy
Trinity College Episkopon Policy
Trinity College Faculty of Arts Bursary Policy
Trinity College Faculty of Divinity Bursary Policy for MTS and MDiv
Trinity College Faculty of Divinity Grading Policy for Advanced Graduate Degrees
Trinity College Faculty of Divinity Grading Policy
Trinity College Faculty of Divinity Standing Deferred Policy
Trinity College John W. Graham Library Conduct Policy
Trinity College Residence Admission Policy
Trinity College Residence Agreement
Trinity College Residence Network (ResNet) Rules & Policy
Trinity College Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (see U of T section above)
Trinity College Smoke-Free Policy (see U of T section above)