When we do re-open: Only current members of the University of Toronto community with a valid TCard (or valid UTORid) & green UCheck screen will be permitted to enter the library at this time. Masks are mandatory for staff and library patrons. If the app cannot be accessed, a paper check-in form must be completed. For full details, please see Fall Reopening & Updates to Services & Operations 2021.
Patrons can still return materials using the drop box outside the library. The library and library staff remain operational and are available to assist. Please refer to the Library Services page for information on the services the Graham Library continues to offer on a limited basis, and the University of Toronto Libraries’ website for information about other library hours and services.
The John W. Graham Library fosters the academic and scholarly endeavors of the Trinity College and Wycliffe College communities by providing services tailored to student and faculty research needs, diverse collections and beautiful study space.
The Graham Library at Trinity College is part of the University of Toronto library system and open to all members of the university. It embodies nearly two centuries of vision, energy, and commitment to the academic enterprise of Trinity College.
The Graham Library has many resources and services to support students and faculty, including specialized collections for College programs, research consultations, classroom instruction in research skills, the Personal Librarian Program, and Graham InfoExpress service for faculty, instructors, and fellows conducting research. The Graham Library is an inspiring, comfortable, friendly and well-equipped place for individual and group study. We also encourage students and faculty to use the resources and services of the Trinity College Archives for scholarship and research.
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