To help you become more familiar with life at Trinity, we’ve created a series of virtual events to connect you with students, alumni, staff, faculty, and families who are eager to help you reach your full potential as a Bantam. Learn more about how to get involved on campus, opportunities to engage with the Hartford community, and the resources to support you here at Trinity and beyond!
Join President Joanne Berger-Sweeney, Director of Admissions Anthony Berry, and other key administrators and leaders from across the college for a Town Hall to welcome our Class of 2026. We encourage you to bring the entire family! This will be a great opportunity to have questions answered about your future as a Trinity student. If you would like to email questions in advance, please submit them by Sunday, March 20 to email@example.com.
Join the Office of International Students and Scholars and the Office of Admissions for a welcome to our international students in the Class of 2026. This will be an opportunity to learn about the international student support and services at Trinity. The session will include Q+A opportunities with a panel of staff advisors and professors.
The college search process can be an information overload for students - Spilling the Trini-tea is a chance for you to have real, quality conversations with current Trinity students. This event is meant to serve as a safe space for admitted students to voice any burning questions about college and the Trinity experience. You’ll receive advice and useful insight from current Bantams in a virtual space free of administrators and counselors – just students!
Learn about what’s next as you prepare to begin your Trinity College journey. Members of our admissions and first-year experience teams will walk you through the exciting opportunities available to you and what you can expect during your first year on campus.
Join the Access and Outreach Team to get an inside look at life as an international student at Trinity. This is the perfect opportunity to get all your questions answered and connect with current international students to learn about what your life at Trinity could look like.
Hartford Has It! Trinity's location in the capital of Connecticut enables our students to immerse themselves in an urban environment while getting a top-notch liberal arts education. Come hear from some of the change makers in Hartford and explore opportunities that await you in our city!
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is comprised of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), the Women and Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC), the Queer Resource Center (QRC), and Title IX. DEI works to ensure equity in all students’ experiences while supporting a healthy campus climate for students, faculty, and staff. Through campus-wide programs and activities, we educate and support students as they embrace their similarities, differences, and complexities with integrity, grace, and respect. Our session will include an opportunity designed to build connection with one another.
The future of work is here. Many jobs of yesterday are now automated, and new types of jobs are being created. So how do we prepare students to adapt to this new landscape of work? Join Executive Director of Career & Life Design Joseph M. Catrino for a presentation and discussion about the future of work and how Trinity is preparing students to design their lives by leveraging the skills acquired in their liberal arts education.
We are excited to invite parents and families of admitted students to join us for a panel of current Trinity community members. Learn about navigating the transition to Trinity, support that students will receive, and how the college keeps you connected and supported as a family. Note: This session is for families, but you should have your admitted student register you by logging into their account.
Celebration of the Class of 2026 – Friday, May 6 @ 7:30 P.M.
Join us for a virtual celebration of the Trinity College Class of 2026! Save the date for Friday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m.!