College to scrap social distancing and vaccination centre to be set up on campus on November 1

Provost Linda Doyle and Director of Student Health, Dr David McGrath have announced College’s plans for after reading week

Today, Provost Linda Doyle and Director of Student Health, Dr David McGrath announced that College plans to scrap social distancing and set up a vaccination centre on campus after reading week

In a video posted on College’s online media platforms


Students4Change call on College to apologise for poor communication and provide more in-person lectures

The group strongly disagrees with College’s reopening plan that limits on-campus activity until October 25


Students4Change have called on College to provide more in-person lectures, and to apologise to students for poor communication throughout the return to campus. 

Students4Change are an independent, open-forum alliance of students from Trinity focused on taking action on the housing

Trinity's Front Gate open during Senior Freshers' Week 2021.

Students express disappointment and indifference towards College reopening plan

Trinity is taking a different approach to reopening to other Irish universities

Students have expressed feelings of disappointment and indifference towards College’s two-phase approach to reopening.

On August 27, Provost Linda Doyle announced College’s restrictions on campus activity for the first half of the semester. Trinity opened on September 6 with a …


TCDSU and Trinity Ents announces plans for Senior Freshers’ week

From September 6 to 10 there will be several in-person outdoor and online events

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) and Trinity Ents have organised an orientation week for Senior Fresh students from September 6 to 10. 

TCDSU has organised the orientation week exclusively for Senior Freshers after their freshers week last September was


French President Emmanuel Macron visits Trinity

Macron was welcomed by Provost Linda Doyle and joined by the Taoiseach, Minister Simon Harris and Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland

Yesterday (August 26), President of France Emmanuel Macron visited Trinity during his first trip to Ireland since entering office.

He toured the campus and met with students and staff to discuss topics such as post-Cocvid Europe, climate change and digital …


System errors related module capacities was cause for module enrolment delay, College explains

1,600 students made over 20,000 individual module enrolments yesterday

System errors related to the assigned capacities of several modules was the cause of the delay in module enrolment opening yesterday, College has said. 

1,600 students have made over 20,000 individual module enrolments since yesterday afternoon.

In a statement this