Why Trinity Hall?
As soon as you spend any time in Trinity Hall you’ll notice the friendly atmosphere that exists here. Undergraduates, graduates, fellows and staff alike all enjoy the vibrant community spirit present within the College. Although one of the oldest colleges in Cambridge – it was founded in 1350 – Trinity Hall is anything but old-fashioned in its outlook. There is a sense of vitality and youth among its members, making it a fun and informal place to live and study.
A Cambridge college is much more than just a collection of beautiful buildings: it is a place where you’ll live, study and socialise. The College provides a base for student life, offering a range of facilities including accommodation, cafeteria, bar, library, IT, music, sports, etc.
Ideally situated for student life in Cambridge, Trinity Hall is located right in the centre of town and is therefore within easy walking distance of lecture rooms, labs, libraries, clubs, pubs and shops. Our gardens back right onto the river – a popular place to be in the summer!