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Easter Term 2021

Information on exams, graduation and guidance for moving around College.

Easter Term 2021

Coronavirus information

College is working differently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The College’s Fellows, staff and JCR and MCR Committees have been working very hard to ensure your time in College is as Covid-secure and comfortable as possible.

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Trinity Hall is home to a friendly community of undergraduate and postgraduate 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.

Trinity Hall Today

Trinity Hall members honoured by the Queen

Five Trinity Hall members have this week been recognised for their services to Computer Technology, Arts, Engineering, Environment & Development, and International Relations & Politics.

Coronavirus information

College is working differently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The College’s Fellows, staff and JCR and MCR Committees have been working very hard to ensure your time in College is as Covid-secure and comfortable as possible.

Wellbeing on demand

Imagine having a wellbeing coach available 24/7 who can reliably improve your mood. You never feel judged, the coach is always on top form, and sessions are tailored to your personality to keep you mentally well.

New Trinity Hall album released

A new album W.A Mozart: Sonatas for Violin and Piano, featuring the Director of College and Chapel Music, Andrew Arthur, alongside the acclaimed violinist, Peter Hanson, was released by Resonus Classics this week. It was recorded, pre-Covid, in the beautiful and historic surroundings of the College Chapel.

 

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