Advising, Services + Resources

Trinity IDP provides advising and services geared to adult learners, together with full access to all of Trinity’s academic resources.


Because entering IDP students are transitioning to academic life at Trinity, we have created a comprehensive advising system. Each new student is assigned a faculty adviser who is a member of the IDP Council. Your faculty adviser will be familiar with your background from the admissions process and will help you identify the resources you need to succeed at Trinity. Your adviser will oversee your academic progress until you choose a major, when you will have an adviser from your major department. In addition, current IDP students serve as peer mentors.

IDP-Only Services and Academic Resources

Ready access to the Office of Student Success and Senior Associate Director Roberta Rogers for advice and assistance.
Designated staff members in the financial aid, registrar’s, and career services offices to serve the particular needs of IDP students.

​​    Financi​al Aid Staff Member

    Carolyn LeGeyt​

    Senior Associate Director, Financial Aid


   Registrar Staff Member

   Alexis Yusov


    Career Services Staff Member

    Jett McAlister

     Associate Director, Career Development


​The Raether Library and Information Technology Center features one of New England’s largest collegiate libraries with even wider online access through a library consortium.  Our primary contact:

     Erin Valentino

     Director of Research Services​         

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The Information Technology Center supports students’ academic work through the use of computing and technology.                                                       

The Aetna Quantitative Center, commonly referred to as the Math Center, offers peer tutoring along with other services. 
The Writing Center provides tutoring by specially trained students known as writing associates.                                                                                                                       
The Career Development Center is the source for a range of tools and services to help students prepare for post-Trinity careers. 



Jamil Ragland ’13

American Studies Major 

Read Jamil's recent op-ed piece in the Hartford Courant, "College Degree The Fruit Of Hard Work—And Much Assistance."