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On-Campus Housing

On-Campus Housing
Enhance your Reunion experience by staying on campus in one of the dorms from your time at Trinity! Upon registering, you will be able to indicate 1-2 names of alumni you wish to be housed near. Be sure your friends indicate you as a mutual match, too. Classes will be assigned in the same dorms, until capacity is reached or unless special requests prevent us from doing so. With over 400 alumni and friends planning to stay on campus, it is difficult to announce in advance the exact dorms and rooms that will be assigned to you.

Trinity will provide you with a clean room, along with bath and bedroom linens. Each dorm room will have its own key for access. Please keep in mind that bathrooms are shared amongst roommates by unit and/or by floor. In most cases, you must order one bed per person, as the dorms feature cozy twin sized beds which may not be suitable for couples.

A limited number of on-site reservations will be allowed, however, advance planning will ensure a more enjoyable experience for you. No pets are allowed in the residence halls. Children under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Trinity is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Alumni with Children
To accommodate the needs of families, we will house them together.

Arriving after Reunion Headquarters Closes?
If you just need your registration materials, please come back during normal operating hours. If you need access to your dorm room after Reunion Headquarters closes, please call Campus Safety at 860-297-2222. An officer will assist you with gaining access to your dorm room. Please be sure you have a photo ID and have pre-registered for the dorm room.  

Reunion Headquarters will be open:
Thursday, June 6: 3:00-8:00 p.m.
Friday, June 7: 9:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 8: 8:30 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 9:  8:30 a.m. – Noon (at Mather Dining Hall)
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What to Pack
To make the bare rooms a little cozier, consider packing a nightlight, reading lamp, travel alarm clock, notepad and pen, hangers, and maybe even an extra pillow or bath towel. All restrooms and showers are “down the hall,” so be prepared to dress for the walk. Bring casual summer clothes, a sweater for the cooler evenings, one outfit that’s fit for a festive class dinner and dancing the night away, and rain gear, just in case. Don’t forget to bring athletic wear and your own towel if you plan on using the athletic facilities or participating in any alumni sporting events.  ​

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