Trinity College Visitor Network Connection Request Form

  • This form is only to be used by visitors who have not been booked into a college guest room. If you have been booked into a college guest room you can collect your connection details from the Porters' Lodge on arrival. Other visitors to the College may request network access during their stay by filling in the following form. Please also be aware that all requests need to be verified and that filling in this form does not guarantee a network connection. Conference delegates should contact their conference organiser to arrange a network connection.
  • Your contact details

  • The email you provide above will be the address that your connection details are sent to, so please ensure they are correct and that you will have access to emails sent to this account when you arrive.
  • Your stay

  • Please provide below an explanation of who you are and the reason for your request. If applicable, please give the name and details of the Trinity member who has arranged your visit. Please also be aware that all requests need to be verified and that filling in this form does not guarantee a network connection.
  • Submit Request

  • Information you enter into this form, including your name, IP and email address will be processed by The College’s IT department to verify your request and enable your connection. Subject to your successful request your information will also be held in our network systems in order to provide you with connection to our network for the duration of your stay. Your name, IP and email address will only be used for the purposes of contacting you in regards to your Trinity network connection, and providing this connection for the duration of your stay. It will not be used for any other reason or given or sold to any other company or organisation. Upon connecting to the network you will have to agree to the Trinity College and Cambridge University computing policies before being allowed to proceed.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.