Physical Access Information
Trinity College is committed to the principle of universal access and will actively work towards providing reasonable access to all of its services, information, and facilities.
Trinity College Dublin has seen significant improvements to the physical environment since the development of the Disability Service which was set up in 2000. In partnership with the Estates and Facilities Department, €2,650,014 of funds has been ring-fenced for universal access works. Trinity Policy on Universal Access outlines Trinity’s commitment to comply with the Disability Act deadline for all strategic buildings to be accessible by 2015. The carousel below shows the improvements carried out since 2000.
Report Accessibility Issues
If you identify any physical barriers around Trinity, please report this to email@example.com explaining the issue and giving the location of the barrier. Please copy firstname.lastname@example.org on the email.
Examples of barriers include: lift breakdowns; enable toilets that are broken, misused, or inaccessible; barriers blocking campus paths; vehicles illegally parked that are blocking access to buildings, etc.
On these pages, you find links & information on the built environment and its level of accessibility.
- Accessible map of the College
- Check to see if your building is accessible?
- Changing Place toilet
- Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans - PEEPs
- Access Audit 2008
- Ensuring your College Event is Accessible
Podcasts on finding your way around Trinity College.
View these podcasts to help you navigate your way into and around Trinity College. There are directions from: