The College Today

Trinity Hall, or The Master, Fellows and Scholars of the College or Hall of the Holy Trinity in the University of Cambridge, was founded by Bishop Bateman of Norwich in 1350. The College is an autonomous, self-governing community of scholars, and one of 31 Colleges within the University of Cambridge.

The Governing Body

The Master and Fellows constitute the Governing Body of the College, to whose meetings are invited Junior Member representatives (for unrestricted business). The Governing Body is constituted and regulated in accordance with College Statues. The body is responsible for the strategic direction of the College, for its on-going administration, and for the management of its finances and assets. The Governing Body are also the Trustees of the charity. Meetings are held eight times a year under the Chairmanship of the Master. Supporting the Governing Body is a range of committees and advisory groups.

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