Enquiries & Central Events
The Enquiries Office is a public office open throughout the business day to provide information, either in person, by telephone or email, to the College community and the general public. It handles a range of queries from questions about admission requirements, key dates for the College's activities and directions to different areas of College.
The Enquiries Office is also responsible for the booking of rooms for meetings and events organised by academic departments, the Students' Union, the Graduate Students' Union, College societies and clubs and external organisations. To download the general room booking form, please click here
The Enquiries Office team can be contacted at the details below:
|Louise Rickard||Executive Officeremail@example.com||+353 1 896 1897||The Atrium, Catering Complex/Dining Hall|
|Emer Heatley||Executive Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org||+353 1 896 1724||The Atrium, Catering Complex/Dining Hall|
Enquiries Office Opening Hours
Trinity offers iconic meeting and event space, stylish dining and over 600 bedrooms on its historical campus. All activities undertaken on campus demonstrate to visitors and students alike that a high quality commercial experience is complimentary to, and indicative of, a high quality educational experience. Below are some recent events held in Trinity.
For more information on external Central Events, visit https://www.tcd.ie/visitors/events
Recent News on Events
Trinity’s Front Square played host to the Welcome Village for the 2016 Aer Lingus College Football Classic which saw Boston College take on Georgia Tech to start the new college football season. A full schedule of events was organised for travelling and local fans to enjoy, including a joint faculty symposium in Trinity, a welcome parade, pep rallies and after-hours tours of the Book of Kells among many other activities.
Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Trinity to receive an honorary doctorate coincided with the Ireland Funds 40th anniversary gala dinner, held beneath the Campanile on 24th June. Also welcomed at the event was former president Mary Robinson, the very first speaker at an Ireland Funds event 40 years before, and An Taoiseach Enda Kenny. The almost 300 guests were treated to a performance by flutist Sir James Galway who was accompanied by children from Music Generation.