"Trinity College is an amazing place
– so different to what I had ever experienced before. "
"Samantha Mori Pe Sy, July Main Plus 2012"
"All the staff and teachers coached and guided us relentlessly."
"The teachers are very patient and helpful."
"The Theological School is more than just classes with world-class tutors, it is a real community where students, faculty and staff genuinely care for each other. "
"The study of theology at Trinity has enriched me as a human being and deepened my faith in Christ."
"I couldn’t think of a better way to spend your university years, or at least your first couple!"
Trinity College is a unique tertiary institution that provides a diverse range of high quality academic and extra-curricular programs for some 1,500 talented students from Australia and around the world.
The residential College is a friendly, supportive, and stimulating community within which some 290 undergraduate and postgraduate University of Melbourne students live, study, and grow intellectually and personally.
Secure a place in a prestigious University of Melbourne course by attending Trinity College’s outstanding Foundation Studies program … you’ll grow as a person and as a student.
Trinity College Theological School offers programs for people who wish to pursue ordination in the Anglican Church, develop skills for lay ministry, or explore Christian faith for personal or vocational enrichment and development.
The aim of the Office is to help students connect with Trinity’s global network, develop work-ready skills and explore career-defining opportunities.
Trinity College has world-class learning resources for all of our students.
Each year, exceptional scholars and thought leaders visit Trinity and contribute to our intellectual development and aspirations.
‘Bloodhound’ is rarely employed as a term of endearment, but when the ...
The third edition of the FS Buddy Program hosted by the Student Welfar...
Calling TCFS alumni who attended the program between 1998 and 2007.
The Chapel is an important expression of the Anglican foundations and Christian values of Trinity College and Janet Clarke Hall.
Designed by the Tasmanian architect Alexander North and built between 1911 and 1917, it was made possible by a gift from John Horsfall in memory of his daughter, Edith Carington.
Join us to celebrate the Centenary of the Chapel's consecration.