Faculty/Staff Phone Services

Office Telephones

A standard office telephone has the following features:

  • An extension and rollover extension to allow for multiple calls simultaneously
  • Call forwarding (to other on-campus numbers) 
  • Call transfer 
  • Conference calling 
  • On campus calling 
  • Calls to the Hartford Area 
  • Toll-free calls 
  • Internet (Inum) calls (883 country code) 
  • Toll calls (including international) 
  • Directory Assistance – at a cost of .75 per use
The following additional features are available on request:
  • Additional extensions (so that you can pick up calls for your colleagues) 
  • Forwarding to off-campus numbers 
  • Caller ID display 
  • Speaker phone

The department will not be charged for any long-distance calls made on your office telephone.

Ordering Telephone Service

To request that a telephone be installed in an office, please contact the Help Desk. Please call at least two weeks before the telephone will be needed. There is no installation charge. The department will be charged $12 a month per telephone.

Multi-line telephones, telephones with caller ID, and speakerphones are available on request.  The department will be charged the cost for any non-standard telephones that are special-ordered.

Please contact the Help Desk to request the move of an office telephone. There is no charge for moving telephones. Please call at least two weeks ahead of time.

Cellular Telephones

In some limited cases, Trinity College will provide a cellular telephone for an employee to use. Since this is an expensive service, only a small minority of employees have one. They are generally only used in cases where the employee is on-call after hours, is a maintenance worker who moves about the campus, or travels extensively on college business.

Employees who are required to carry a college phone are permitted to use it sparingly for personal calls.

Cellular telephones belonging to Trinity College should not be used to make international calls (unless a phone card is used) since the rates are very unfavorable.