Trinity College is the oldest residential college of the University of Melbourne. Founded in 1872 on a site granted to the Church of England for the University of Melbourne, Trinity is unique among Australian university colleges in the scope of its educational programs.
In addition to its resident community of 300 University of Melbourne and University of Divinity students, Trinity's programs includes Trinity College Foundation Studies, which prepares around 1000 international students for admission to the University of Melbourne annually; the Trinity College Theological School, an Anglican theological college affiliated with the University of Divinity; and the Trinity Institute, which runs summer and winter schools for young leaders, as well as other shorter learning and leadership programs.
The Chapel of Trinity College and Janet Clarke Hall is an Anglican Church in Trinity College’s grounds at the University of Melbourne. People of all denominations and faiths or none are welcome at Chapel worship. The College Chaplains, eminent visiting preachers, and members of Trinity and Janet Clarke Hall communities all preach at various services throughout the year.
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