Upgrading the electricity supply, necessary to provide power to the new business school and Oisín House, will see construction take place across most of campus.
A full maintenance postgraduate grant, worth nearly €6,000, for low-income students was also introduced.
Students' and trade unions will also present to the Oireachtas Education and Skills Committee in December.
Prof Bruce Misstear, from the School of Engineering in Trinity, was previously vice-president of the association.
Bruton commits to bringing the value of international education to €2.1 billion with more international higher education and English language training students.
As landmarks around the world are lit up, Trinity will host a talk to highlight Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day.
The first group of fellows come from a range of disciplines, and will be responsible for addressing the causes and challenges of dementia.
In their alternative budget, the party states it would reduce the student contribution by €300 for the 2017/18 year, with a view of reducing it by €1,000 over time.
Fossil Free TCD expressed hope that Trinity would decide to end its investments in fossil fuels.
On-campus room rates were increased this June to help subsidise the cost of new rooms in the Binary Hub, based in the Liberties.