Resources

Resources for Assessing Student Learning

Campus Resources

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
CTL is the principal resource on campus for engaging faculty around issues of effective teaching and learning.

Allan K. Smith Center for Writing and Rhetoric
Trinity’s Writing Center supports student writing, the writing-intensive requirement, and faculty development in integrating writing into and across the curriculum.  It also administers the writing proficiency requirements, as well as offering its own curriculum in Writing and Rhetoric.

Aetna Quantitative Center
The Quantitative Center administers Trinity’s quantitative literacy requirement, while supporting all forms of numerical learning on campus.

First-Year Seminar Program
Trinity’s First-Year Seminar Program supports and administers all aspects of the College’s longstanding First-Year Seminars.

Library Research Education​​
The Library’s Research Education Program offers a rich array of services dedicated to supporting student research and  learning.

Community Learning Initiative
Capitalizing on our location in Hartford, numerous courses permit students to learn actively by participating in community partnerships.

Interdisciplinary Science Center
The Science Center serves as the hub of STEM-related activities on campus, including housing the program in Supplemental Instruction and the Interdisciplinary Science Program. 

Academic Internships
Bridging in-class learning and applied experiences, academic internships offer students unique opportunities to engage.

Instructional Technology
Supporting the use of technological innovations and digital media in the classroom, a team of instructional technologists works with faculty to enhance learning.

Trinity Portfolios Program
Our Portfolios Program provides every Trinity student with the opportunity and resources to create a digital portfolio, reflecting upon and documenting their overall college trajectory.

Health Fellows Program
This innovative program permits students to gain first-hand experience in a range of health-related professions, complemented by in-class learning.​​​​​​