Trinity strives to be a residential college and currently houses over 90 percent of matriculated students in college-owned and -operated housing.

Students are allowed to petition to live off-campus on a space-available basis. 175 students of second year or higher (starting fall 2019) will be allowed to live off-campus (housing not owned by the College) on a first-come, first-served basis. Rising second-year students will be limited to a maximum of 35 and cannot be on academic probation after their first two semesters.

Trinity is not involved in making off-campus housing arrangements for students. Students are responsible for arranging their housing off-campus. When the Office of the Bantam Network Residential Learning Community has received 175 requests, a notice will go out to the community letting everyone know that no more requests will be accepted.

Off-Campus housing applications will be accepted starting February 12th until the maximum number allowed (175) are approved.

Request to Live Off-Campus Form

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Renting 101

Renting for the first time can be hard. There are a million questions to be answered and you don't know where to start. Here are some resources the Bantam Network has put together for you to make the search a little easier.

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Knowing Where You are

Hartford Has It! Beyond knowing the history, entertainment, and restaurants, a new resident of Hartford should be aware of relevant policies and laws. Please take some time to become familiar with these and be ready to scan a QR code to get Hartford in the palm of your hand.