Open DetailsCome together
Close DetailsThe redesigned Vernon Social is a hub for student social activity.
Open DetailsJoin in
Close DetailsThere are more than 100 student clubs and organizations to join. Or start your own!
Open DetailsLiving and learning
Close DetailsFrom historic to modern, Trinity's residence halls build a living and learning community.
Open DetailsStay active
Close DetailsVarsity athlete, or just someone who wants to stay in shape? You’ll find a lot to choose from.
Open DetailsDining on campus
Close DetailsMather Dining Hall, The Cave, The Bistro, Peter B’s—you can choose from lots of dining choices!

Student Life

The Trinity experience is powered by students. 


Trinity is a place where people get together to create, learn, discover, compete, and socialize. Whether it is a student working one on one with a faculty member in a lab or office, a group lingering over dinner in the Mather dining hall discussing whether there should be limits to free speech, or two classmates hatching an idea for a new smart phone app, Trinity is first and foremost a community of people who are interested in ideas and one another.  

If you are a person who engages with people and ideas, who is curious about the human and natural world, and who wants to be a contributing member of a vibrant community, then Trinity might well be the place for you to test your mettle and make your mark.  With over 100 clubs and organizations, a dedicated and diverse student body, and a city around us, there are few limits to what you can do if you have the desire to learn, curiosity, and are willing to do what it takes to make this campus "yours".

Live + Learn
Residential life is the heart of the Trinity experience. Almost all Trinity undergraduates live on campus all four years. In first-year residence halls, your roommates are your classmates, sharing closet space and a first-year seminar. As a sophomore, junior, and senior, you can choose from cozy singles, roomy suites, or a spot in a theme hall, like the service-minded Praxis or the eclectic “The Fred.”

Events + Activities

Between on-campus lectures, concerts, movies, parties, club meetings, yoga class and a capella practice — plus Hartford sporting events, free music festivals and shopping trips — you’ll be busy, but it’s the best kind of busy. Learn more about what’s happening at Trinity

Support + Resources

Even though campus life is student-driven, it’s supported by a strong network of student resources, including: academic tutoring, health and wellness programs​, personal counseling, and the Career Development Center. We are proud of our diverse, inclusive campus and our relationship with the greater Hartford community.​​
Events
Nov
1
Various Campus Locations
Nov
2
Cinestudio
7:00 PM PBPL-201
Seabury Hall Wagner Lecture Room N130
Nov
3
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
McCook Academic Building McCook Auditorium
Nov
4
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Mather Hall Rittenberg Lounge
Seabury Hall Lecture Room 217
6:30 PM Documented
Mather Hall Wean Terrace Rooms AB
Jacobs LSC Boyer Auditorium
Nov
7
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
McCook Academic Building McCook Auditorium
Nov
8
Cinestudio
Nov
9
Cinestudio
Nov
10
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
McCook Academic Building McCook Auditorium
Jacobs LSC Boyer Auditorium
Nov
11
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Nov
12
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Smith House Reese Room
Nov
13
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Mather Hall Washington Room
Mather Hall Wean Terrace Rooms BC
Zachs Hillel House Recreation Room
Austin Arts Center Goodwin Theater
Nov
14
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Austin Arts Center Goodwin Theater
Nov
15
Austin Arts Center Goodwin Theater
Nov
17
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
McCook Academic Building McCook Auditorium
Nov
18
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Mather Hall Wean Terrace Rooms BC
Center for Urban and Global Studies First Floor
Hallden Hall Lecture Room 121
Nov
19
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Nov
20
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Trinity Commons Performance Lab 152
Nov
21
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Trinity Commons Performance Lab 152
Chapel Main Chapel
Nov
22
Trinity Commons Performance Lab 152
Nov
24
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
Nov
25
Raether Center J. Hammond Trumbull Exhibition Area A69
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Frederick Alford
Dean of Students