The Trinity College Music Theatre Society presented an engaging and vocally stunning production of one of the world’s favourite musicals in the Union Theatre...
Psychology students from the Foundation Studies Program recently raised money for Oxfam and donated clothes to the Australian Red Cross.
What do a travel technology expert, active wear designer and gym owner all have in common? The answer; they all studied at the Trinity College Foundation...
AGL Shaw Postgraduate Scholarship to Oxford
I have been teaching in Foundation Studies since 1995. In that time I have taught in EAP and Literature over all the intakes we run. I am now teaching...
Trinity is proud to congratulate Tess Ryan, the College’s first Resident Indigenous Liaison Officer – recipient of the 2016 Melbourne Poche Visiting Graduate...
The story of the how WWI affected the family of alumnus Maurice Hurry (TC 1902) is told by Rusden Curator Dr Ben Thomas and reflected in the remarkable...
Hamidreza ‘Will’ Borghei (TCFS 2013) has been active in the Melbourne Space Program for the past two years. The Melbourne Space Program was initially a...
A glance back at the construction of a key College landmark, named after Trinity’s fifth Warden, the Revd Dr Evan Burge.
75 Trinity students and staff from Residential College and Foundation Studies took part in Clean Up Australia Day on 12 March.
Trinity recently hosted a celebration of graduates of the Skyline Education Foundation Australia, which for the first time included a new Residential College...
Taffy’s autobiography was launched at Trinity at a reception overflowing with friends and family last Thursday.
The Bill Cowan Alumnus of the Year Award recognises prominent alumni who have made an exceptional contribution to the College or achieved outstanding success...
Three Foundation Studies October Fast Track students recently donned journalist caps and received a media invite to the new Melbourne Museum dinosaur...
Foundation Studies Drama teacher and Subject Leader Rosemary Blight (formerly Dansick) talks about how she applies her experience in drama outside of Trinity.
Indar Gill, from Foundation Studies February Main 2002, shares his career journey and reflections on success.
The program provides new Foundation Studies students with an easy transition into the living and study environment in Melbourne.
Professor Rob Phillips, from the University of Richmond, Virginia, in America, recently gave a fascinating lecture on moral responsibilities and where they...
On 9 April, the College Choir will perform at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
More than 300 students and staff met in the Dining Hall on Saturday 27 February for the formal Commencement Dinner.
The Cowan Residential building is looking fresh after an extensive summer refurbishment.
‘Everyone is entitled to be a leader; you don’t have to have a particular role to be one. It’s about finding opportunities where you can to really make a...
Trinity is excited to welcome 92 new residential students to the College family.
From February to April, the College Chapel is presenting a sermon series of talks around human rights.
A three-day national conference on mission and evangelism called ‘Life in Abundance’ recently finished at Trinity’s Theological School.
February Main Orientation students recently got their groove on for The Big Noise.
We are sad to report the recent passing of David Scott Woodruff (TC 1962) at his home in Chapel Hill in North Carolina.
Welcome to the Trinity College Associated Clubs (TCAC) 2015–16 representatives.
The Trinity College Careers & Alumni Office recently caught up with Ju-Han Soon from Malaysia, an accomplished engineer with a passion for performing arts.
Being held on 19 February, the Revd Canon Dr Matthew Anstey will give a public lecture.