How can we help you?
The role of the Dean of Students office
is to support the whole student, both academically and personally. We advise students on academic matters and offer general counseling on personal matters not requiring the services of a clinician. We assist students with their transition to college, and we help students work through academic probations and disciplinary actions. The Dean of Students office is also currently playing a large role in changing the social community here at Trinity College by implementing initiatives brought forward by the Charter Committee for Building Community at Trinity College
. Learn more about our services, as well as Trinity’s judicial policies, in the Student Handbook (PDF)
, by following the links to the left of the page, and by reading below and following the links provided within each section. If you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to stop by our office in Hamlin/Cook or contact us
The Allan K. Smith Center for Writing and Rhetoric
For you, the student, the writing center provides a variety of courses, support services, and special programs for students, faculty, and the community. The undergraduate tutors at the Writing Center
are more than talented writers, they’re excellent teachers who understand how to teach you the skills to communicate effectively. Tutors have the option of becoming writing associates and working with faculty as teaching assistants.
Your safety is our top priority. The mission of the Campus Safety Department
is to ensure that Trinity students, faculty, and staff feel secure and protected on the Trinity campus and in our surrounding neighborhood. We believe in treating all members of our community with dignity, fairness, and respect, with the highest level of professionalism.
Career Development Center
Career preparation begins long before the senior year. From the two-day intensive Bantam Sophomore Success program, to case interviewing workshops and alumni networking sessions, Career Services offers tools for all levels of Trinity students. Our experienced staff can help you identify your strengths, find internships and summer jobs, and prepare a job-ready résumé. Not only will you have access to TrinityRecruiting, our online job listing service, but we’ll help you build the skills you need to ace an interview and connect you with Trinity’s extensive alumni network. Make an appointment with the Career Development Center
and start your career preparation today.
Health Center and Counseling Center
The Health Center
is a full-service outpatient medical clinic staffed by nurse practitioners and emergency medical physicians. Appointments are available six days a week for consultations, diagnostic testing, physicals, and prescription services. We also make referrals to outside specialists. The Counseling Center
offers confidential personal counseling to students, faculty, and staff for concerns ranging from stress management to depression to alcohol and drug issues. All services are free.
Office of International Programs
Is your heart set on studying in Mumbai? Not sure if the credits will count toward your major? This is the place to go. The Office of International Programs
will walk you through the process of choosing and applying to a study-away program. The office is also the liaison for Trinity’s international students, providing a number of support services to help them navigate American college life.
Office of Multicultural Affairs
The dean of multicultural affairs and her staff support the work of students, professors, and administrators who are committed to creating a more broadly diverse campus culture. The Office of Multicultural Affairs
assists student groups, runs P.R.I.D.E. and other key programs, and works closely with faculty and administrators to recruit and support a richly diverse student body.
Spiritual and Religious Life
We believe that the life of the spirit goes hand in hand with the life of the mind, and serves a link to the process of discovery and growth that is part of the larger dimension of college life. Regardless of your tradition, you will find spiritual strength and community support
in the programs and services we offer. Whether you seek out a traditional, non-traditional, Western, or Eastern religious experience, there is a home for you at Trinity.
Leave your car at home. For $35 a year, Trinity students get access to fuel-efficient Zipcars right on campus. Reserve a car online
, swipe your Zipcard, and hit the road. Students are charged a flat hourly or daily rate that includes gas and insurance.