Students' timetables are reportedly showing up blank on their online accounts.
Trinity lecturers have joined academics from the UK and Ireland in calling for the release of Sean Binder after his arrest in Greece last month.
The government today announced extra funding for capital projects in several higher education institutions.
Under the plan, the Loyola Institute, the Irish School of Ecumenics and the Department of Religions and Theology will cease to exist.
The new strategy sees the College aiming to increase the number of students who study abroad by 30 to 50 per cent.
The discontinuation of the online appointment system for the allocation of re-entry visas has been criticised by non-EU students.
Ian Mathews will leave the College for his new role on December 7th.
Judge Gerard Hogan has taken on the role of advocate general in the European Court of Justice.
Hundreds of protestors brought traffic to a halt tonight, as housing activists hit back after the eviction of North Frederick St yesterday.
The union will send a delegation of students to today's rally, after Trinity student Conchúir Ó Raidaigh was arrested last night.