Option 1: May 8 to July 3, 2021
Option 2: July 4 to Aug 21, 2021
May 8 to Aug 21, 2021
|Mandatory Meal Plan (provided through University College)
Current Trinity residents staying for the summer may request the opportunity to stay within residence between the dates of their last exam and the beginning of summer residence (Saturday, May 8, 2021). A fee will be applied to students wishing to stay within residence between terms.
Generally, the only stays that can be extended beyond August 21 are those of students who will be living in a Trinity College residence building for Fall/Winter 2021-2022 session. If you believe you may need to stay in residence beyond August 21, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students at email@example.com as early as possible, so that we may work with you to find the best solution. A fee will be applied to students who are approved to stay within residence between terms.
MINIMUM STAY: ONE HALF SUMMER (options above)
Due to current public health requirements, spaces in residence for summer 2021 are limited. Current students of the University of Toronto are eligible for summer residence. Your application for summer residence is not confirmed until a staff person within the Office of the Dean of Students has contacted you and assigned you a room.
Please direct all enquiries to the Office of the Dean of Students at Trinity College: firstname.lastname@example.org. The office is located in the Student Services Centre at 6 Hoskin Avenue.
NOTE: Your application for summer residence is not confirmed until staff within the Office of the Dean of Students has contacted you and assigned a room.
The Trinity College building at 6 Hoskin Avenue has a Welcome Desk which is visible upon entering the building through the front doors, although access to the 6 Hoskin Ave building is currently limited to the West doors of the College, located on the west side of the building, between the Graham Library and Trinity College. At the Welcome Desk you will be able to:
To access the Welcome Desk, visit in person, call 416-978-2522, or email email@example.com.
Staff in the Office of the Dean of Students are available and will connect with students over the summer months to support non-academic student life at the College, foster student well-being, and connect students with resources available through Trinity, the University of Toronto, and beyond. A member of staff is on-call 24/7 to respond to incidents and emergencies after hours.
All summer residents and guests are expected to show respect for fellow residents and for College property. Many summer residents take summer courses. The College reserves the right to terminate the summer residency immediately for failure to adhere to the Summer Residence Agreement or any of the rules outlined below, for non-payment of summer residence fees and/or for persistent disruptive behaviour.
Students registered in summer courses at the University of Toronto or eligible to register for the following fall are subject to the University’s Code of Student Conduct as administered by the Dean of Students, Trinity College. Students registered or eligible to register for the ensuing fall term at Trinity College are subject to all relevant Trinity College policies.
(for current and incoming Trinity College residence students)
Students living in residence for the winter term who also plan on booking a summer residence room beginning at the start of summer residence may request to “bridge” their residence stays. In order to make a bridging request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be charged a fee of $50 per night for the time between the end of the academic year and beginning of the summer term.
At the end of the summer, if you are living in residence for the fall and winter, you may request to stay within residence between summer residence and the start of term. If your request is granted, the Office of the Dean of Students will notify you when your fall room is ready, and you will be charged a fee of $50 per night for your bridging stay. Please be ready to move anytime starting in mid-August.
If you are NOT living in residence in the fall but believe you may need to stay in summer residence beyond August 21st, you must request a summer residence extension in writing to email@example.com, as early as possible in advance of your move-out date. If your request is granted, a fee will be charged for your extended stay.
Check-in time: after 2:00 pm on the day of arrival.
On arrival, please check in at the Welcome Desk in Trinity College at 6 Hoskin Avenue, where you will obtain your security access key and room key. Please inform the Office of the Dean of Students (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you will be arriving after 10 pm.
Check-out time: before 11:00 am on the date of departure.
For check-outs after 11:00 am, guests will automatically be charged for an extra day of accommodation at the daily rate. Keys must be returned to the Welcome Desk at departure (lost key charge: $250).
Trinity College – 6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1H8
St. Hilda’s College – 44 Devonshire Place, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2E2
Mailing Address for both buildings: 6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1H8
Parcels will be delivered to the Welcome Desk at Trinity College and residents will receive an email alerting them to the delivery of their parcel. Parcels will be stored at the Welcome Desk for 10 days, and then returned to sender. The Welcome Desk does not accept parcels on behalf of residents when there are charges associated with the delivery of a parcel. Residents are encouraged to arrange for alternative delivery options if there are fees required upon delivery.
Please note that Welcome Desk staff will not accept deliveries when a signature or fee upon delivery is required, nor will they accept deliveries from the LCBO or other distributors of controlled substances including cannabis products.
Cancellations must be given via email at least 3 business days in advance. Your summer residence deposit is non-refundable. No refunds will be offered for reduced stays. Meal plans are non-refundable and expire at the end of the summer, on August 21, 2021.
Taxes: 13% HST is charged on all stays of less than 30 days where rents are more than $20/day or $140/week; if the stay extends past 30 days, tax is refunded. Current residents continuing for the summer are considered to be extending their stay.
Excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, as determined by the College, is not permitted. The Trinity College Alcohol Policy is in effect during the summer months. We expect that summer residents will be familiar with all Trinity College residence policies and codes of conduct. Please note that:
Residents are individually responsible for the care and proper use of all College property, including the furniture in their rooms. If the room is not fully furnished on arrival, please inform the Office of the Dean of Students immediately. Any damage or missing furniture found after move-in will be added to your charges.
The electrical system will not support excessive loads. Excessive use of appliances (air conditioners, microwaves, hair dryers, etc.) may result in power interruptions. The College reserves the right to ask residents to disconnect appliances.
Due to excessive power loads, air conditioners are not permitted in residence as they may cause power interruptions. Any resident found to be using an air conditioner will be asked to remove it immediately, and anyone that does not comply may be asked to leave residence, and will forfeit residence payments. A limited number of fans are available for rent from the Office of the Dean of Students.
Please read the fire safety notice included in your check-in package. Check your area for fire exits. Always respond to the fire alarm by leaving the building. If you discover a fire, pull the alarm and immediately leave the building. Tampering with fire equipment is a criminal offence and will result in eviction from summer residence.
In-room cleaning service is not provided. However, a vacuum cleaner may be borrowed from the Welcome Desk for a period of one-hour at a time. Students are expected to obtain any other cleaning supplies needed for their own rooms. Bagged garbage and recycling should be brought to your nearest washroom or kitchen garbage area, and facilities staff will collect it from there. If you require additional garbage bags, please ask at the Welcome Desk.
Bed linen is not included. Economical linen sets may be purchased for $60 (cash) at the Welcome Desk at Trinity College.
U of T students may use their UTORid to connect to the U of T wifi network. Internet connection by way of an Ethernet cable is also an option. If you do not have your own Ethernet cable, you may purchase one from the Welcome Desk. Ethernet cable adaptors are also available for sale at the Welcome Desk.
Download of illegal material is strictly prohibited. The College receives notifications from the internet provider when these materials are being downloaded, and reserves the right to terminate the summer residency immediately for failure to adhere to this regulation.
There are kitchenettes throughout the residence. Kitchenware is not provided. Fridges are communal so please clearly label and date your food. Unlabelled food may be thrown out. Each resident must wash their own dishes promptly and ensure the kitchen is cleaned after use (the cleaning staff will empty the garbage but is not responsible for dishes or food left out). A LIMITED SUPPLY OF BAR FRIDGES CAN BE RENTED FOR THE SUMMER FOR $75 (PLUS TAX).
App/card operated washers and dryers are located in the basement of each residence building. You can reload your laundry app with funds in the app itself. Locate and download the Coinamatic CleanPay Mobile app in your appstore. Laundry cards can be obtained from the card dispensing machine in the laundry room of St Hilda’s College. There is no refund of any balance remaining on the card.
Summer residents and guests are asked to keep noise within reasonable bounds. If you receive a noise complaint, please act promptly on it. If you are disrupted by noise in the building, go in person to the source and request reasonable quiet. If this approach does not work, report the problem to the Welcome Desk by visiting in person or calling 416-978-2522.
A single room may be occupied ONLY by the person to whom it is rented. Guests are not permitted without prior written permission from the Office of the Dean of Students. If a room has more than the allotted occupancy at any time, the person reserving the room will be informed in writing and charged double the room rate for the total duration of their stay.
There is limited meter parking in the Trinity parking lot: with daily rate (to 6 pm), overnight rate (from 4 pm), and weekend rate. For long-term summer parking, please enquire through the Bursar’s Office (email@example.com).
No cats, dogs, or other pets may be kept in residence rooms. Exceptions will be made for service animals for students with registered disabilities, following discussion with the Dean’s Office.
Repairs and renovations may occur over the summer. If your room is affected, you will be notified and, if necessary and if possible, given a temporary room. Notice of major projects will be posted at the Welcome Desk.
Security doors (doors that provide access from shared spaces to residence halls) are to remain locked at all times. Do not prop open these doors. Security patrols throughout the College continue through the summer.
Trinity College adopted the University of Toronto’s Smoke-Free Policy (PDF), which came into effect on January 1, 2019. The new Smoke-Free Policy applies to smoking or holding lighted tobacco or cannabis, and the use of e-cigarettes or other vaping devices. The smoking ban makes exceptions for Indigenous ceremonial activities and medical accommodation. The Smoke-Free Policy applies to all individuals present on University of Toronto property and Trinity College property at any time and for any purposes, including employees, students, contractors, volunteers and visitors.
All Trinity College facilities and grounds are smoke-free. Trinity College residences are strictly non-smoking buildings. Residents agree to adhere to the Trinity College Community Standards, which outlines policies regarding smoking in residence.
Residence rooms are not automatically equipped with a telephone set, however most (but not all) rooms do have access to an active phone line, and a phone set may be borrowed from the Welcome Desk for the duration of your stay in residence, at your request. Do not bring your own phone set: it will not function on the College phone system. There is no additional cost for local phone service.
In spite of security measures, thefts can occur. PLEASE LOCK YOUR ROOM DURING EVERY ABSENCE, HOWEVER BRIEF. The College accepts no responsibility for losses resulting from theft, including theft from common areas such as kitchenettes.
For further questions about accommodation in summer residence, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students (firstname.lastname@example.org).