Alex Lewis
Class of 2024
Mapleville, RI
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High School: Ledyard High School
Major: Public Policy and Law
Minor: Religious Studies
Favorite Trinity Course: Religion and Climate Change
Extracurricular Activities: Transfer Student Ambassador, Green Campus, Cleo of AX
Why I chose Trinity: After obtaining my associate’s degree from Three Rivers Community College, I wanted to continue my education. I realized that I was looking for a smaller academic environment that mirrored my Community College experience. A college where I would not be lost in the crowd and can interact with professors and students and build lifelong relationships. I also wanted a school with many opportunities for advancement and academic rigor. Trinity was the perfect option. Trinity’s professors are incredible and deeply invested in their students. They are always accessible and willing to answer any questions you might have. Trinity also brings large campus amenities to a small campus setting. From community engagement to clubs to internship opportunities, the number of opportunities is incredible. Trinity is truly a phenomenal school and a place where being a Bantam is more than just being a student; but a part of Trinity’s global community.
CC Bennett
Class of 2024
Hartford, CT
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High School: Northwest Catholic High School
Major: English
Favorite Trinity Course: Art & Activism at the Rome Campus
Extracurricular Activities: Entertainment Activities Council, Club Tennis Team
Why I chose Trinity: Prior to transferring to Trinity, I attended another liberal arts college in a rural location and felt very restricted to the campus. Trinity appealed to me because it provides a liberal arts education in an intimate environment, but with unparalleled opportunities to take advantage of the arts, culture and cuisine of Hartford’s vibrant urban environment. The professors here at Trinity are engaging, dynamic, and supportive. I was recently accepted into a top graduate business school program with unconditional support from the entire English department.  My professors encouraged me to explore different options for graduate school that complement my undergraduate studies in a manner that best aligns with my long-term career goals.