Any member of Trinity Hall who has fulfilled the appropriate examinations and residence requirements may proceed at Congregation. The conferment of each degree is an act of the whole University, approved by the “Grace of the Regent House”, that is by a resolution of the governing body. Graduands are presented one by one to the Vice-Chancellor of the University, or a deputy, in the presence of the Proctors who are the elected representatives of the Regent House. Those unable to receive their degree in person can proceed in absentia (in absence) when their name will be read out and the certificate sent on after the ceremony.
Ordering degree certificates and transcripts
All students will be issued one free copy of their degree certificate upon graduation. One free copy of your academic transcript will also be posted to you within four weeks following congregation.
Additional or replacement copies can be ordered through the University’s online store.
Dress codes for alumni events
The dress code for formal dinners including Reunions, Anniversaries and the THA Cambridge Dinner is black tie/formal evening attire.
For some events, lounge suits/cocktail dresses are acceptable.
Concerts and lectures do not have a dress code unless you are attending High Table after an event. The dress code for High Table is smart.
Please always check the event webpage for confirmation of the dress code.
Updating your details
The quickest and easiest way to update your information is to log in to THalumni.net. You can change the contact details we hold for you and your communications preferences. This includes how you would like to be contacted and what you would like to be contacted about, for example events and publications.
Alternatively, you can email email@example.com.
Alumni and Development data protection
We are committed to protecting your personal data. The law relating to data protection changed in May 2018 and Trinity Hall, along with the other Cambridge colleges, worked closely with the University of Cambridge to ensure we comply fully with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As part of this process we updated our Data Protection Statement, which explains how we look after, process and use your data, and the legal basis on which we do so. Read the Trinity Hall Alumni and Development Data Protection Statement.