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Prospective Students



Each student (both undergraduate and graduate) is assigned a personal Tutor who is responsible for their non-academic welfare while they are at Trinity Hall. All of our Tutors are Fellows of the College and will meet students on a regular basis to talk through their general progress, seeing to it that their welfare and general wellbeing are being provided for.

Tutorial Office

Staff in the Tutorial Office are present during office hours and are always happy to help with any queries students might have.

College Dean and Chaplain

The Dean, who also officiates over the College Chapel, is available to provide support to all of our students, irrespective of their faith.


Our Porters are always happy to have a chat or to provide help and advice where they can.

Peer Support

Peer Supporters are fellow students who have been officially trained by the University Counselling Service. They offer a non-judgemental and confidential listening service if you've got any worries, troubles or problems. Both the undergraduate and graduate student committees (JCR and MCR) also have an elected member who is responsible for student welfare.


Miss Vicky Mills
Admissions Officer
Trinity Hall
Trinity Lane
Cambridge CB2 1TJ

t: +44 1223 332535

Undergraduate Admissions
Graduate Admissions


Trinity Hall Wychfield Accommodation

Trinity Hall has a variety of accommodation for undergraduate and graduates. Fully furnished rooms, some ensuite, and much cheaper than commercial rates.

See our Accommodation

MCR (for Graduates)

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The MCR (Middle Combination Room) is our name for the graduate common area and graduate student body. With plenty of facilities, it's a great place to read, grab a coffee or chat with friends.

Visit the MCR Website

JCR (for Undergrads)

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The JCR (Junior Combination Room) is the College student union for undergrads. Organising socials, sports and entertainment, the JCR also has its own common room for meeting or relaxing with TV.

Visit the JCR Website

History of Trinity Hall

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Trinity Hall was founded by Bishop Bateman of Norwich in 1350, making it the fifth oldest surviving college of the University of Cambridge.

Explore Trinity Hall's History

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