Trinity College grounds

Trinity College Foundation

The philanthropic work of the College is managed by the Trinity College Foundation established in 1983.

The Foundation is a separate legal entity with its own Executive Committee, supported by and administered through the College's Advancement Office.

2020 AGM

The 37th Annual General Meeting of the Governors of the Trinity College Foundation and The Trinity College Foundation will be held as follows:

Date: Monday 25 May 2020
Time: 6.30pm local time
Location:  Due to the current COVID-19 social gathering restrictions, this year's AGM will be held via a telephone conference. Details on how to dial in will be provided closer to the meeting date.
RSVP: Wednesday 20 May 2020 to Judith Breheny
            E:  advancement@trinity.unimelb.edu.au
            T:  + 61 3 9348 7116

The agenda and papers for the AGM are available here.
 

What's happening around the College?

Q&A with Senior Student Morgan

Hear from this year's Senior Student, Morgan Galea, on what it's like living at Trinity during the COVID-19 lockdown. Hear about what led Morgan to choosing Trinity after high school, and how, even during the darkest periods, Trinitarians find a way to keep the College spirit burning bright.

2020 Senior Student Morgan Galea 
 

Our latest exhibition goes digital

Our current exhibition, Balnhdhurr – A Lasting Impression, sadly had to close its doors early due to lockdown restrictions. However, thanks to the wonders of virtual tours, you can now experience it from the comfort of your own home. This beautiful exhibition brings together an important collection of artworks from the Yirrkala Print Space in Arnhem Land. The virtual tour also allows you to view artists' names and additional insights into these outstanding works.
 
Artist Ruby Djikarra Alderton with some of her artworks, showing as part of Balnhdhurr – A Lasting Impression.