Almost all Trinity students live on campus. We're proud of our supportive, active residential community that students call "home" for four life-changing years.
The Office of Housing Operations promotes and supports student development by striving to maintain a healthy, safe, and community-centered living environment in which the values of diversity, respect, responsibility, and good citizenship are emphasized.
1.) Promote Trinity’s mission of “excellence in liberal arts education” by providing educational and social programming opportunities that emphasize critical thinking and civic responsibility.
2.) Support a community-centered living environment by providing social opportunities that foster interpersonal communication, connection, service, and compassion.
3.) Celebrate the diversity of cultures by providing venues for the exploration of difference and the inherent values that benefit a well-educated, global student population.
There are 26 residence halls at Trinity and each one is unique. You might share a modern suite in Summit East or stretch out in a roomy single in Northam Towers, overlooking the renovated Long Walk. Each hall has its own character, makes its own policies, and sponsors its own events.
Wherever you live, you’ll find high-speed Internet, TV lounges, study spaces, and endless opportunities to make personal connections with classmates from around the world.