Rebuilding and enhancing our 135-year-old campus was a major element of the six-year Cornerstone Campaign, with the College raising $25 million in private philanthropy to update academic buildings and classrooms, including a $32.9-million Long Walk restoration completed in 2008. More recently, in the fall of 2012, the beautiful Gates Quadrangle
was dedicated. Please see below for information and links on campus building projects for which fundraising is ongoing.
A New Music Rehearsal & Performance Center
Trinity seeks to raise funds for a new Music Rehearsal & Performance Center that will allow us to directly compete with peer schools' music programs.
Proposed Neurosciences Wing
The College seeks to raise $3.5 million for a new, state-of-the-art neurosciences suite of labs and offices.
Long Walk, Classrooms, and Technology
The “new” Long Walk buildings, officially dedicated in fall 2008, feature renovated office and residence hall spaces in Seabury and Jarvis, with up-to-date lighting, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and furnishings. The Long Walk has retained its historic 19th-century beauty, while meeting the needs of the 21st century. Classroom improvements include the addition of six additional “smart classrooms,” also called digital, multimedia, or new media classrooms, at a combined cost of $2.5 million. Named giving opportunities are still available.
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