You can participate in many activities while completing Foundation Studies at Trinity College.
Trinity College Foundation Studies offers you more than just a great academic experience. As a student, you have the opportunity to take part in a variety of extra-curricular activities to develop valuable qualities and skills that can help you in your future university studies and career.
Our extra-curricular activities are overseen by dedicated Trinity College staff members who ensure activities add richness and enjoyment to the Trinity experience.
Often initiated by Trinity College staff members or students, our clubs will enrich your experience living and studying in Melbourne. Clubs include:
Featuring performances from Trinity College students and staff, this bi-annual festival gives students the chance to sign up to clubs and activities. Fair Dinkum is also the place to learn more about Trinity's social events, hosted by our student leaders, including Cultural Fest and monthly movie screenings.
This annual event enables our Media and Communications students the opportunity to celebrate and showcase their hard work, passion and curiosity of the subject.
The on-campus Media Festival includes displays of student work, performers, popcorn and fairy floss, student-led workshops, screenings of student work and a display of analogue equipment.
Trinity's Got Talent is a fresh and competitive take on our previously entertaining Spring Music Concert. Students have the opportunity to showcase their musical, dance and/or vocal talents. Not only is this a fantastic show, but there are also some great prizes on offer for the performers.
Our students' physical, mental and social wellbeing is always at the forefront. Trinity's wellbeing team hosts an array of events across the year, often in partnership with our healthcare provider BUPA.