Special Programs

 

Graduate Scholar Program

 
If you have earned a master’s degree from an accredited college or university, you may audit graduate courses at Trinity College. By auditing courses, you 
  • Gain valuable professional development at little cost (currently $400 per course, plus fees );
  • Attend classes at convenient times , usually during the evening;
  • Have access to all College facilities, including Library borrowing privileges and Information Technology services and resources;
  • Receive a transcript of all courses audited.
All graduate courses are open to program participants; you need only an instructor’s permission to enroll.
To apply, contact the Graduate Studies Office .
 

Hartford Consortium for Higher Education

 
Trinity College is proud to be a member of the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education. Other member institutions offering graduate courses include
The Registrar’s Office of each respective institution can provide listings of courses available each semester.
 
If you are a graduate student wishing to register for courses at another institution, please consult the Consortium's Graduate Brochure (also available online) . In addition, if you are a Trinity graduate student, you must submit the special cross-registration form  to the Office of Graduate Studies.

Employees of member institutions of the Consortium may enjoy tuition remission benefits. For more information, please consult the Employee Brochure. To request tuition remission, please complete and submit the Employee Tuition Remission Form.
 
Before enrolling, you should consult your graduate adviser to make sure that the Consortium course will be accepted toward a Trinity master’s degree.
 
Registration and payment for Consortium courses is completed at the institution offering the course. All Consortium courses are offered on a space-available basis and in accordance with the deadlines and regulations of the host institution.
 

For Additional Information, Please Contact:
 
William R. Barnett, Ph.D.
Dean of Graduate Studies
Trinity College
300 Summit St.
Hartford, CT 06106-3100
 
(860) 297-2527
William.Barnett@trincoll.edu