Registration Opens April 10

For Trinity students:​

​Trinity students can register for summer courses, beginning on April 10by clicking here​ or registering through their student portal.  (See  Tuition & Fees​.)

Scroll down for information about summer internships for academic credit.

For other undergraduates and high school students:

Registration for  other students  will open on April 20.  The online application materials are available here​.  (See Tuition & Fees​.)​

* Note that students may enroll in no more than two courses per summer session.  All summer courses must be taken for a grade, not on a pass/fail basis.

Special Instructions for High School Students

High school students must demonstrate a strong academic record and will be asked to submit the following:  

  • A copy of the high school transcript;
  • One letter of recommendation from a teacher, commenting on readiness to take college courses; and
  • A brief statement of interest, describing what you expect to learn by enrolling in an undergraduate course/summer institute at Trinity College.  (500 words maximum) ​
  • International students should also demonstrate English language proficiency, by either attending high school in the United States or providing relevant test scores (TOEFL iBT of 100 or better, or alternatively IELTS of 7.0 or better).

Course Cancellations

Courses may be canceled if they do not meet a minimum enrollment; you will be notified by the week of May 22 (Session I) or July 10 (Session II) if the course you selected is canceled.  If that occurs, you will be given the option of selecting a replacement course during that week, subject to the availability of seats.  If you decide not to take a replacement course, you will receive a full refund and not be assessed the drop fee.

Withdrawing From a Course

You may withdraw from a course and receive a grade of “W” prior to the fifth class meeting.  After this date, you will receive a grade of “F” if you choose not to complete the course; and withdrawing will require petitioning the Academic Affairs Committee for approval.  In order to drop or withdraw from a course, you must notify the Registrar’s Office in writing/by e-mail.  A phone call is not accepted as notice to drop or withdraw, and failure to attend the class will not drop you from the course. 


If you are planning to do an internship for credit this summer, you should contact as soon as possible the Career Development Center for detailed requirements, the internship contract form, and key deadlines.  Drop by their office, email (, or call (860-297-2080).

Students can complete a .5 credit exploratory internship, on a pass/fail basis.  Once Career Development has approved your contract, you will be enrolled in the internship and billed $600.

If you would like to earn 1 credit during the summer for an academic internship, you can enroll in FORG 210 Seminar Internship for $2775.  This will require completing a .5 credit internship and participating in a .5 credit seminar.  Contact the Career Development Center for internship details, then be sure to register in FORG 210.

If you decide not to complete your internship, you may only drop or withdraw by following the withdrawal policies for all summer courses.  Failure to properly withdraw will result in a grade of F.​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​