Founded in the spring of 1823 as Washington College (the name was changed in 1845), Trinity was only the second college in Connecticut. Although its earliest heritage was Episcopalian, its principal founder and first president having been the Rt. Rev. Thomas Brownell, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut.
At Trinity, you’ll chart an independent course. Between our 41 majors, 27 minors, and more than 900 courses, you can follow the route that sparks your interest.
Various forms of research skills characterize different disciplines, but all disciplines seek to foster techniques of research and investigation, analysis and problem-solving, that provide the basis for discovery and validation in their fields.
Once you’ve explored your options, chosen your major, and decided on a direction, it will be time to get down to the business of actually finding an internship or job. Throughout this process, we’ll be here to support you. Our Trinity CareerLink database is filled with academic internships, non-academic internships, and full-time jobs. Plus, the employers who post to this platform are specifically looking for Trinity students — so when you apply for a job listed here, you’ll have a distinct advantage in the market.
Dean of Students Christopher Card, Associate Dean Ann Reuman, and Associate Dean Robert Lukaskiewicz advise students on academic matters, provide general counseling about personal matters not requiring the services of a clinician, assist students with their transitions to college, and handle student discipline.
Trinity College strives to ensure that students with disabilities will have the same opportunities to thrive academically and personally in their Trinity experience. Trinity is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to students who are substantially limited by a diagnosed disability.
The Information Services division is housed in the Raether LITC and includes College and Watkinson Libraries as well as Information Technology Services. As the central research facility of the College, the Raether LITC is a place where students and faculty, collaborating with library and technology staff, come together for the serious work of scholarship.
The student Health Center coordinates your medical care and health insurance when you are here on campus. Staff provide primary care for illnesses and prevention services in addition to health education programs.
The dozen or so community and cultural houses on campus are each an example of student-led (and often student-created) spaces where all students are welcome. Students come to gather about a common interest but leave with an appreciation for different experiences. The definition of community goes well beyond the borders of our campus. Every year, hundreds of students are active in community service and civic engagement projects around the city of Hartford, the country, and the world.
The Recreation Office is located in Trinity Commons office 120 & 121. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to come down to the office to see what recreation opportunities are available. Recreation has many facets including intramural sports, club sports, fitness & well-being, outdoor education and informal recreation.
Student involvement is an integral part of the Trinity College experience. The Office of Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership (S.A.I.L.) has oversight of more than 140 student-run organizations on campus.
Trinity College is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.