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Founded in 1872 as the first residential college of the University of Melbourne, Trinity is a unique tertiary institution that provides a diverse range of high-quality academic programs for some 1500 talented students from across Australia and around the world. Trinity College is the oldest residential college of the University of Melbourne.


Founded on the traditions of the world’s great collegiate universities, Trinity College in the University of Melbourne has been transforming students’ lives since 1872.
In all its diverse programs, Trinity promotes academic excellence, but also encourages students to extend their education far beyond the classroom.
Opportunities abound for students to explore new interests and pursue their extra curricular passions – be they musical, sporting, cultural, spiritual, entrepreneurial, or in the areas of leadership and social responsibility. The breadth and depth of these opportunities, supported by extensive student welfare and pastoral care structures, and the diversity of students' backgrounds, nurtures the development of well-rounded individuals, able and willing to lead and serve, locally, nationally or internationally.
Trinity’s distinguished alumni network of over 15,000 individuals – including 37 Rhodes Scholars – have made their mark in academia, business, the professions, the church, governments and communities in some 60 countries around the world.

Trinity College provides a diverse range of academic and extracurricular programs for more than 1,500 talented students each year from across Australia and around the world. These programs include:
• The Residential College, for undergraduate and postgraduate students – both resident and non-resident – who come from across Australia and around the globe to live, study and grow in an academic community while attending the University of Melbourne.
• Trinity College Foundation Studies (TCFS), a pathways program that prepares international students for undergraduate entry to the University of Melbourne and other leading Australian universities
• Trinity College Theological School, a centre for Anglican theology and ministry that educates people, lay and ordained, to work for the transformation of church and societythe
• Trinity Institute Young Leaders programs, including the Juilliard Jazz School at Trinity and Engage Education at Trinity, which offer academic and personal development opportunities for high school students, and an introduction to university life.

Trinity College actively contributes to the life of the wider University and its main campus is set within the University grounds. An Anglican institution, Trinity welcomes people of all faiths and none. The College celebrates, and is enriched by, the diverse backgrounds of its staff and students.
At Trinity College, you will enjoy transformational experiences that inspire you to contribute to the world's big issues. Teachers and tutors support and challenge you academically, mentors will guide and advise you, visiting scholars (including Nobel prize winners and Rhodes Scholars) will enrich and inspire you, and there are plenty of staff and students to offer pastoral care and support.
Set on a beautiful campus and in the company of other remarkable students with diverse talents, interests, ideas, and backgrounds, you will establish lifelong friends and have access to and become part of an international network.

Trinity's Residential College is a friendly, supportive, and stimulating community, where 300 undergraduate and postgraduate University of Melbourne students live, study and grow.
Generally speaking, the Trinity College population models that of the University of Melbourne with approximately 25% local metropolitan students, 25% interstate, 25% international and 25% from regional Victoria.
Resident students of Trinity College receive strong academic and personal support through small group tutorials, individual mentoring and extensive pastoral care. Living on campus provides obvious benefits, with key University venues and services readily available to students and only a short walk from Trinity.
Students have access to more than 60 resident and non-resident tutors, appointed from the most capable senior students, graduates and staff of the University of Melbourne. Tutors work with individual students and small classes to assist them in exploring their capabilities and developing their specialist knowledge and research skills.
Resident students are also afforded a wide range of extracurricular activities designed to further enhance their University experience. Student-run clubs and societies, programs by visiting scholars of international repute, and opportunities to pursue music, art, drama, sport and community outreach, are just a selection of the enriching services available to students at Trinity.
Trinity's Residential College is a friendly, supportive, and stimulating community, where 300 undergraduate and postgraduate University of Melbourne students live, study and grow.

On entering the College’s historic main campus for the first time, many people are struck by its sense of tranquility. It stands as an oasis somewhat set apart from the hustle and bustle of the ‘real’ world, despite being situated just one–and-a-half kilometres from the city centre. Old stone buildings with ivy-clad cloisters encircle a large open expanse of lawn (known as the 'Bulpadock') fringed by large trees, including the College Oak planted in 1880.
But beneath its deceptively peaceful, stately exterior, Trinity College is a dynamic, vibrant institution, energetically pursuing a world-class education.
Trinity students find themselves immersed in an academic community where all facets of their environment – physical, intellectual, social, cultural, sporting, and spiritual – serve to inspire them to aim not just for academic achievement but for excellence in all they do.
It is an environment rich with history and tradition; where the walls are hung with an impressive collection of artworks; where students can interact with visiting academics, many of whom are world leaders in their field; and where both formal and informal discussion is encouraged and ideas flow freely.
The College Chapel, itself a gem of early 20th century architecture, offers a place of worship and quiet reflection where those of all faiths and none are welcome. The Chapel is ‘home’, also to the internationally acclaimed Choir of Trinity College, whose music adds another dimension to the lively services presented by the Chaplaincy team under the leadership of the College Chaplain.
The College Dining Hall with its dark timber beams and portraits of distinguished founders, Wardens and former students is a hub of communal student life, as are the Senior and Junior Common Rooms also.
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