Trinity Hall is home to a friendly community of undergraduate and graduate students, tucked away on a beautiful
riverside site by the city-centre. It is one of the oldest Colleges of Cambridge University, founded in 1350.
Two Trinity Hall alumni have been recognised in the 2018 New Year Honours List.
The poem Wake, written by Katrina Porteous (1979), has been applied to a paving slab in Front Court using ink that is only visible when wet.
Sat 20 Jan
The Boscobel Quartet play Haydn's String Quartet in C, op 20 no 2, Hob. III:32 and Schubert's String Quartet no 14 in D minor, D.810, “Death and the Maiden”.
Online booking has now closed. Limited number of tickets available on the door.
Sat 17 Feb
The Trinity Hall Engineering Society invite alumni who studied Engineering their annual dinner.
Thu 22 Feb
Women in Business:Exploring the interface between research and practice in the business world
Fri 2 Mar
Join us for a drinks reception and dinner at UNIV, Oxford, the sister college of Trinity Hall.
Beautiful in every season to be enjoyed everywhere you go at Trinity Hall.
A friendly welcome, good music, and stimulating preaching and teaching.
Old and new, we have two libraries to discover.
With courses in music and many active music groups - from fun to live concerts.
Whatever your sporting interest, there will be a place for you.