Trinity is a highly selective liberal arts and sciences college founded in 1823. We’re famous for our breathtaking Hartford campus, rigorous academics, student-driven campus culture, and our forward-thinking urban-global programs. Get the facts about Trinity below, then come for a campus visit to see us in action.
Our Campus + Our City
Hartford, the capital of Connecticut, is our extended campus, offering professional internship placements and meaningful academic and service engagement within a diverse community.
Nine semester study away programs developed by Trinity faculty in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, New York, Paris, Rome, Shanghai, Trinidad, and Vienna
Sports + Athletics
New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), which also includes Amherst, Bates, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut, Hamilton, Middlebury, Wesleyan, Williams, and Tufts
Ferris Athletic Center houses a swimming pool, fitness center, basketball courts, crew tanks, international-size squash courts, and indoor track
19 acres of playing fields, a 6,500-seat football stadium, 400-meter track, and all-weather tennis courts
Arts + Performance
Studio art facilities for painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and printmaking
Alumni + Careers
Over half of Trinity alumni pursue careers in the fields of education, law, management, health and science, and finance.
Data as of November 2013