The Trinity College (John W Graham Library) is open but with restrictions. Online collections and services continue to be available.
This page was last updated on October 15, 2021
Our subject strengths reflect the academic programs and interests of our colleges, especially international relations, ethics, literature in English, philosophy, theology, Anglican Church history, and biblical studies.
Subject strengths reflect the academic programs and interests of the two colleges: e.g., international relations, ethics, literature in English, philosophy, theology, Anglican Church history, and biblical studies.
Rare and Special Collections include: SPCK Collection, Strachan Collection, Churchill Collection, Richard Hooker Collection, Upjohn-Waldie Collection, and the G8 Collection.
How to access
Graham Library’s collections may be used in the library by everyone, but borrowing privileges are restricted to:
- Current students, faculty and staff of the University of Toronto with valid library cards.
- Trinity and Wycliffe College alumni/ae and clergy of the Anglican Church of Canada. See Guide to Library Services for Divinity Alumni/ae for more details.
- U of T alumni/ae and researchers from other institutions may purchase borrowing privileges for the University of Toronto Library system from Robarts Library.
- All rare books and special collections material is non-circulating and can be viewed between 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday. To arrange to view rare and special collections material contact firstname.lastname@example.org.