This page contains information for future Leeds Trinity University students, including enquirers, applicants and offer holders, and visitors to the campus.
If you have a question that is not answered below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current students can find information about COVID-19 on the myLTU app or can email email@example.com
Information for Applicants
Here you will find the latest information for UK applicants and offer holders, as we respond to the COVID-19 situation.
Can I still attend an Open Day?
Due to COVID-19, we are unable to host our usual Open Days on campus this year. We understand how important it is to get a feel for a university before applying, which is why we’re hosting Virtual Open Days online instead. You will still get to explore our green campus, sports facilities, industry-standard studios, on-campus accommodation and social spaces from the safety of your own home with our virtual tour.
Do you have a Virtual tour?
Yes we do. Our Virtual Tour allows you to explore our green campus, sports facilities, industry-standard studios, on-campus accommodation and social spaces from the safety of your own home. We are also running Campus Tours on campus. Book your place on a Campus Tour here.
If I receive an offer from Leeds Trinity, will I be invited to an Offer Holder Day?
Yes you will. It is our intention to run Offer Holder Days on campus from February to April 2021. We will contact all our offer holders in January 2021 with more information.
Information for Parents / Carers
Online Q&A session for parents and guardians of current students at Leeds Trinity
We will be hosting an online Q&A session for parents and guardians of students at Leeds Trinity on Tuesday 20 October from 7-8pm. To find out more information and book your place click here.
How do you intend to support students living on campus who are required to isolate due to COVID-19?
We are already supporting a small number of resident students who have been required to isolate or quarantine on campus, and have an action plan in place to support larger groups of students should the need arise.
This support will be overseen by our dedicated Student Engagement Team who will work with other University staff to ensure every student has both the practical and well-being support they need, including:
- Allocation of a named member of the Student Engagement Team for each isolating student who will check in with them regularly and ensure they have academic support.
- Provision of essential food and hygiene products until isolating students are able to arrange supermarket deliveries.
- Access to our ‘head space’ and mental health resilience programme via the myLTU app.
- Provision of board games and opportunities to take part in online social activities.
We hope this provides some reassurance for parents/carers, but we appreciate that this is a worrying time for both you and our students. If a student has any concerns or questions, please ask them to contact the relevant University support services, the contact details for which can be found on the myLTU student app.
You can also find more information in our Frequently Asked Questions for parents and carers.
2: Information for Visitors
Campus is currently open to a restricted number of students and staff only to allow for small group teaching. Some facilities remain closed.
Library and IT facilities
The Andrew Kean Learning Centre is open from 08.30 – 16.45 Mondays to Fridays.
All users must wear a face covering when entering the building, unless they have a valid exemption. Items for borrowing (e.g. books and DVDs) must be ordered in advance using the new click and collect service.
Library members can continue to access the University’s digital library collection via the Library website and gain access to an extensive range of e-books, electronic journals and online databases.
You will find more information on the Library website including Frequently Asked Questions or if you have a specific question about the library services, you can email Library Enquiries or call 0113 283 7244.
Due to reduced capacity to comply with social distancing guidelines, we regret that Trinity Fitness is currently only open to students with shower and changing facilities remaining closed. These arrangements will be reviewed again formally on 30 November 2020 and we will let members know if we are able to open the fitness suite more widely. Membership payments will remain frozen in the meantime.
For more information read the Trinity Fitness Frequently Asked Questions.
Food and drink
The following catering facilities will be open with reduced capacity and with track and trace procedures in place.
Monday to Friday: 8.00am – 6.00pm
Takeaway breakfast, meal and snack options. Track and trace is in operation for anyone wishing to sit in.
Monday to Friday: 8.00am – 4.00pm
Weekends: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Starbucks coffee, snacks and drinks. Takeaway only.
Monday to Friday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
Weekends: 6.00pm – 11.00pm
Takeaway food and drink. Socially distanced seating is available outside with track and trace.
In line with government guidance, it is mandatory to wear a face covering inside campus buildings unless you have a valid exemption. You do not need to wear a face covering when outside or when eating, drinking or taking medication.
All of campus facilities have additional safety measures in place, designed in line with the latest guidance from Public Health England (PHE). These include:
- Operating to a reduced campus capacity
- Non-student facing staff continuing to work from home
- One-way systems and 2m social distancing in all campus buildings
- Staggered start and finish times for teaching sessions
- Mandatory use of face coverings while inside campus buildings
- Sanitisation stations throughout the campus
- Enhanced cleaning regimes
- Reduced number of rooms in on-campus halls of residence.
All visitors should report to the main reception on arrival.