We Empower Students To Be Self-Sufficient By Providing Them With Holistic Care.
The Dean of Students Office helps immerse students in the spirit of Trinity. To help sustain a community of engaged students who exhibit academic and personal responsibility, we constantly reflect on our practices and the impact it has on their experience. We also help guide parents and families, faculty, and staff as they work to help students navigate through challenging situations.
Recognizing that every situation is unique, we coordinate efforts with other units on campus to help students navigate their path forward. Together, we advise, guide, and care for students throughout their time at Trinity. In addition, we uphold our community standards and guide students, as they work to balance their academic and personal needs. Above all, we encourage students to practice self-advocacy and engage in active problem solving. With this in mind, we urge students to be proactive in the search and use of resources and services.
Have questions or concerns about campus life or student services? Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Coming from various walks of life, we bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our roles. We each have unique personal and professional backgrounds that inform our practice and the ways in which we engage with the community.
All Trinity community members are encouraged to submit an iCare Wellness Referral for students who are facing challenges that may negatively impact their academic progress and personal wellbeing. We also encourage our community members to report concerns regarding incidents that they witnessed or experienced, which they believe have violated Trinity College policy.
Here at Trinity, Community Standards is an integral part of our students’ experience. Our Community Standards help guide students as they make decisions, face consequences, and learn from mistakes. More importantly, when violated we work closely with all involved parties, helping guide them through the process and tap into the vast network of campus resources.
The Dean of Students Office is here as a resource for parents and families. We facilitate questions and concerns and help you stay informed about campus happenings. We look forward to working with you as partners in your students' Trinity experience.
Additional Campus Life & Student Affairs Resources
Trinity is welcoming more than 600 new students, including 582 first-year students in the Class of 2023, 17 transfer students, and nine new Individualized Degree Program (IDP) students. “Our college community is ecstatic to welcome all of our new students and their families,” said Trinity College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney.
Teams representing seven countries gathered at Trinity to compete in the college’s 26th International Fire Fighting Home Robot Contest, which advances robot technology and knowledge by using robotics as an educational tool.
Check out our video and photo gallery with highlights from Orientation, Convocation, Matriculation, and many other activities, including Bantam Beginnings, that celebrate the start of the academic year.
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Dean of Students Office
Joan Murphy, Administrative AssistantCook Hall - B
300 Summit St
Hartford, CT 06106