Admission to Trinity is an invitation to connect—with our campus and urban communities, with the world at large, and with yourself.

At Trinity, we are daring and entrepreneurial, a diverse community of thinkers and doers who prize passion, perseverance, and ingenuity. We believe in transcending boundaries and staying true to ourselves. Our students have the power to transform the world. Are you ready to join our community?

Our mission is to prepare bold, independent thinkers who lead transformative lives. It is time for us to live our mission and to embrace our position in the community and in the world as a powerful force for change. Unequivocally, we affirm Black Lives Matter. The Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid have developed a statement and action plan to take greater responsibility in dismantling systemic racism. Please click here to read our full statement.

We love that you’re interested in Trinity and are disappointed we won’t be able to meet you in-person at this time. Like you, we are navigating a rapidly changing environment. In an effort to help control the spread of Coronavirus-2019, the Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid have suspended all on-campus appointments as Trinity College is closed to the public.

We understand that this news may come at a critical time in your college search process. We remain steadfast in our commitment to working with you as you prepare for a Trinity education. We have prepared several virtual options so that you can continue to get to know Trinity and so we can continue to get to know you. Beyond the virtual information sessions and tours, we are also excited to connect with you individually via phone, email, and video chat. Our website, campus map, Instagram channel @TrinityCollege, and student blog are all great resources to help you navigate and explore the Trinity community as well. Meet our team.

Stay well, and we’ll see you in person when we resume on-campus visits.

Please click here to read the most recent updates on Trinity’s response to Coronavirus-2019.


Financial Aid

We don’t want anything to stand in the way of a Trinity education. We are committed to meeting the full, calculated need of every student.

Q&A: Skyler Szot ’21 on his NASA Internship

Electrical engineering student Skyler Szot ’21 has a semester-long internship in California at the Armstrong Flight Research Center, NASA’s premier atmospheric test flight center. In this Q&A, Szot shares some of his thoughts and experiences from the internship.


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