There’s lots of variety in housing, and each residence hall has its own character, makes its own policies, and sponsors its own events. You can also find a second campus home in the nonresidential houses devoted to cultures and themes, which form hubs of community activity.
Each room on the Trinity campus is equipped with furnishings, and every student is provided with a bed, mattress, desk and chair, and wardrobe or dresser, as well as a telephone outlet, a cable connection, and an Ethernet line. Some rooms have common area-style setups, and these come equipped with stuffed furniture and entertainment tables. Rooms with kitchens have a refrigerator, stove, table, and kitchen chairs. And in each building, students have access to a nearby laundry facility and study and recreational lounges.
Residence halls are organized into four neighborhoods: