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Visiting Trinity

Campus Visit Itinerary

Trinity College Dublin offers Student Ambassador-led tours which provide an ideal way to experience student life on campus and discover the range of student services available at Trinity.

These tours, which normally last for approximately one hour, allow students to talk with our Student Ambassadors and to learn about their own Trinity experiences—both academic and social.

The tour of campus includes an introduction to Trinity's rich cultural and academic history, beautiful architecture, state-of-the-art sports facilities, and innovative new spaces such as Science Gallery @ Trinity College Dublin and the Trinity Global Room, where over 300 international-themed events are held during the academic year, such as national holiday celebrations, seminars, movie screenings and information initiatives.

Trinity visits are run year-round. To book a tour of the campus, prospective students should complete the online form. Please provide as much information as possible so that we can ensure your time at Trinity is as informative and helpful as possible.

You may also take a virtual campus tour of the Trinity campus


Prospective students may contact Danielle Greene, the Dual BA Program Officer, by emailing [email protected] for information about visiting Trinity.


Directions to the Trinity Campus

Campus Map

View the Trinity Campus Map


For information about Trinity’s student accommodations please visit the accommodation website.


Students and family members are invited to follow Trinity College Dublin on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for news and events. 

Visiting Columbia

Information Sessions

Prospective students are invited to attend upcoming information sessions that cover important details about the Dual BA Program in a small-group setting. On-campus sessions include a student-led tour. 

Upcoming Information Sessions


Directions to the Morningside Heights campus are available on the Visitors Center website, as well as links to self-guided or virtual tours of campus.

Campus Map

View the Columbia Campus Map


For information about temporary accommodations on and near the Columbia University Morningside Campus, please visit the Visitors Center website.

The Columbia University Neighborhood

Located in Morningside Heights on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Columbia is the focal point of a residential neighborhood full of bookstores, restaurants, shops, and coffee bars. Home to Barnard College, Teachers College, Union Theological Seminary, Jewish Theological Seminary, Bank Street College, and the Manhattan School of Music, Morningside Heights is one of America's most vibrant academic communities.


Prospective students may contact [email protected] for additional information about visiting Columbia University.


Students and family members are invited to follow the Columbia University School of General Studies on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for news and events.