Trinity At a Glance

From our expansive and historic campus in Hartford, Connecticut, Trinity College stands on a tradition of independence. Since its founding in 1823, Trinity has been an example of collegiate excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. But we pair this classic approach with modern research and an urban-global perspective to graduate independent, innovative thinkers. And by pursuing our individual interests in a welcoming, small-college culture, we gain confidence in ourselves and friendship in one another.

Come for a campus visit and see Trinity for yourself.

Our Students

  • 2,192 full-time undergraduates

  • 91 graduate students

  • 48% women

  • 18% students of color

  • From 45 states and 67 countries

  • Approximately 44% receive financial aid

Our Campus and Our City

  • Our 100-acre historic campus includes the recently restored Long Walk buildings, the oldest example of Collegiate Gothic architecture in America.

  • The Raether Library and Information Technology Center is one of the largest college libraries in New England, with nearly 1,000,000 books, rare collections, and state-of-the-art media labs.

  • More than 90% of undergraduates live on campus in fully networked residence halls, apartments, and theme houses.

  • Hartford, the capital of Connecticut, is our extended campus, offering professional internship placements and meaningful academic and service engagement within a diverse community. 

  • Trinity is located two hours from both Boston and New York City

Our Academics

  • Nine semester study away programs developed by Trinity faculty in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, New York, Paris,  Rome, Shanghai, Trinidad, and Vienna

  • More than 50% of undergraduates study abroad or away

  • 200 academic internships (for credit) in Hartford and abroad

  • Intensive first-year gateway programs in the arts, sciences, history, and urban studies

  • All classes taught by Trinity faculty, not graduate students

Our Athletics

  • Over 40% of undergraduates compete as intercollegiate athletes (varsity or club sports).

  • 29 men’s and women’s NCAA Division III varsity teams.

  • 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

  • Over 15 intramural sports including yoga, flag football, softball, and basketball

Our Campus Life

  • More than 100 student clubs and organizations

  • A 315-seat proscenium-style theater in Austin Arts Center

  • 4 campus eateries for all kinds of dining

  • 1 unique film theater: Cinestudio

  • 2 campus art galleries: Widener Gallery and Broad Street Gallery

  • 4 on-campus theater and dance studios

  • 2 coffee shops for early morning coffee or late night snacks

  • 7 studio art facilities for painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and printmaking

Our Alumni + Careers

  • 65% of alumni hold an advanced degree within 10 years of graduation.

  • Our loyal alumni network is 20,000 strong

  • Our alumni include Fulbright and Watson scholars, MacArthur Fellows, and 5 Pulitzer Prize winners

Data as of December 2016