Welcome to Trinity 2020

Whether you are a Fresher or a returning student, welcome to Trinity 2020!

The public health situation has transformed many things globally, nationally and in Cambridge, including at Trinity.

How we live, study and work at the College has and will continue to change, in line with government guidance. Rest assured the College takes the wellbeing of students, staff and Fellows seriously.

College-specific information about protecting yourself and other members of the Trinity community is outlined in a series of short films available on the College website’s COVID-19 College Guidance Page.

Thank you to those students and staff who volunteered their time, energy and inspiration to help create these films.

Watch Joshua’s compelling reminder of why we should all follow the rules to protect others as well as ourselves.


Thank you to:

Areeg Emarah, Engineering student; Wanipa Ndhlovu, Law student; Tom McGachie, Languages student; Gabby Budd, PhD researcher; Stephanie McGimpsey, PhD researcher; Darren Peterson, PhD researcher; Maaz Shahz, Law student (now alumnus); Savannah Dixon, Engineering student; Harry Veysey, Gym Manager; Steve Harris, Boathouse Manager & Head Coach; Frank Barker, Acting Head Porter; Olga Fabrikant-Burke, Chaplain; Sandy Paul, Sub-Librarian (now retired); Sarah Claydon, Deputy Head Gardener; Ian Blatchford, Senior Porter; Stacey Hall, Plumber; James Mansfield, Furnishings & Handyperson Supervisor; Heidi Sharp, Projects Coordinator; Chris Andrew, Estates Director and Joshua Heath, PhD researcher.

Many thanks as well to filmmakers Oli Sharpe and Adrian Storey.

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