To be eligible for summer housing, one of the following must apply:

  • Enrolled in an in-person class for summer session I or summer session II
    • We ask that students taking a remote class(es), study remotely. Students may be able to request an exception to remain on-campus for extenuating circumstances on the application. 
  • Participating in a summer research program at Trinity College
  • Working as a summer term employee at Trinity College
  • Participating in a summer internship in the Hartford area (students currently enrolled at Trinity College)

Please note: summer housing space is limited.

Non-Trinity students who are not enrolled in summer courses at Trinity or involved with a special project affiliated with Trinity College are NOT eligible for summer housing.

Graduating seniors will not be eligible for summer housing unless for an extenuating reason.  


All summer housing applications are due by Monday, April 12th 2021 by 5:00PM. Applications after this date WILL NOT be considered.

Note: If you are planning to register for summer classes, it is in your best interest to apply for summer housing by April 12, 2021.

If you wish to withdraw or make changes to your application (e.g. change in starting or ending dates), you must notify the summer housing coordinator via email (summer-housing@trincoll.edu) as soon as possible. Individuals who fail to contact the summer housing coordinator with appropriate notice will incur a $100 late withdrawal fee.

Any summer residents who vacate their summer housing earlier than anticipated without proper notice may still be required to pay the housing fee based on the original ending date.

Please read the summer housing application carefully and fill out ALL sections. Room assignment notifications will be emailed to your Trinity College account when your room is ready for occupancy. Every attempt will be made to accommodate any preferences that you make.

Access will be programmed into your summer housing assignment only for the dates that you have indicated on your summer housing application.

Summer residents are expected to be familiar with, and abide by, the Residential Guidelines and Student Handbook’s policies and procedures.

Summer residents will be held responsible for the condition of their rooms at the time of checkout. Summer residents are expected to leave their rooms clean and free of personal items and trash. A room left in an unacceptable condition will be subject to excessive cleaning and/or damage fees. Fees incurred as a result of damage or excessive cleaning will be posted to the student’s fall tuition bill.


The cost of summer housing for 2021 will be $165 per week.

Note: Students who are completing their research through the Dean of Faculty Office and students completing a summer session I course will be exempt from this fee. All other students, please refer to the payment information below.

There are four options for summer housing payment:

  1. Summer Research Program – Most grants are for 10 weeks only; please confirm your eligible weeks with your faculty supervisor. Additional weeks stayed will be charged to your student account and must be approved.
  2. Department/Office – If a department/office employs you and has agreed to pay for your summer housing, your employer must fill out a payment request form (link located at the bottom of this page). Please note that employers do not always pay for housing for your full term of employment; please confirm your eligible weeks with your employer. Additional weeks stayed will be charged to your student account and must be approved. If a payment request form is not submitted by your supervisor, you will be responsible for the cost of summer housing.
  3. Self-Pay – Payment for summer housing is billed through the Office of Student Accounts, NOT the Office of the Bantam Network Residential Learning Community. If you are opting for full or partial self pay, make sure to check your student account throughout May and June. Once the charge is posted, you will have to pay in full. Any payments that are returned for insufficient funds could void your application. You will have 5 business days from notification that your payment was insufficient to submit another payment to the Office of Student Accounts. If payment is not made, your summer housing assignment will be cancelled. If you have any questions about your billing or this process, contact the Office of Student Accounts (student-accounts@trincoll.edu or (860) 297-2028).
  4. A combination of the above (please review the notes for each category)

Payment is expected for all weeks that your belongings are occupying your Summer Housing assignment, regardless of whether or not you are in your room (i.e. you will be charged for housing even if you are away for a week or weekend on vacation).

Please note that summer housing is billed by full weeks (Sunday—Saturday), regardless of whether or not you will be moving in or out mid-week. Below is the list of billable weeks:

  • 05/23/21 – 05/29/21
  • 05/30/21 – 06/05/21
  • 06/06/21 – 06/12/21
  • 06/13/21 – 06/19/21
  • 06/20/21 – 06/26/21
  • 06/27/21 – 07/03/21
  • 07/04/21 – 07/10/21
  • 07/11/21 – 07/17/21
  • 07/18/21 – 07/24/21
  • 07/25/21 – 07/31/21
  • 08/01/21 – 08/07/21
  • 08/08/21 – 08/14/21


May 24, 2021—May 31, 2021

Summer residents will not transition to their summer housing assignments until they receive notification from the summer housing coordinator. Summer residents will remain in their Spring 2021 housing during this transition.

Most residents will be contacted between May 19, 2021 and May 26, 2021 with their summer housing assignments and their anticipated move date(s). Summer residents are expected to be on campus and ready to move during this time period. Moves are required to take place within 1-2 days of notification.

Summer residents must be moved out of their spring housing assignments by Monday, May 31, 2021 unless otherwise notified. The access to spring 2021 housing assignments will be deactivated at 11:59 pm, May 31, 2021. No exceptions will be made.


July 30, 2021 – August 1, 2021

Access to summer housing assignments will be deactivated at 11:59 pm on August 1, 2021. No exceptions will be made.

Please note: the transition date to fall housing is subject to change.

The summer housing coordinator will notify residents when their fall housing assignment is ready, and of any changes in the schedule. You may move into your fall housing assignment only after you are contacted by the summer housing coordinator.


  • May 18, 2021 – Residential communities close at noon for all students except for those participating in Commencement and for summer residents who are transitioning to summer housing.
  • May 24, 2021 – Transition to summer housing begins; all summer residents are expected to be ready to move within 1-2 days of notification.
  • May 21, 2021 – Residential communities close for all students (i.e. predominantly graduating seniors) except for summer residents who are transitioning to summer housing.
  • May 31, 2021 – Transition to summer housing ends; access to spring housing cuts off at 11:59pm.
  • July 30, 2021 – August 1, 2021 – Transition to fall housing; access to summer housing cuts off at 11:59pm on the 1st. Summer residents may stay in their fall housing from these dates onward; those without fall housing are expected to vacate campus.​


Summer residents will be housed in a few of the Crescent Street Townhouses. Please note that the Townhouses are 8 and 9 person units comprised of 8 and 9 single occupancy bedrooms, full kitchen/living room, 2 or 3 bathrooms, washer/dryer. Also, these units are centrally air conditioned. Due to limited space, we anticipate all rooms will be filled.

If you wish to request roommates, please be sure that all roommates are individually applying for summer housing, and are all individually listing their preferred roommates. They should all submit their summer housing applications as soon a possible. If there are conflicting roommate requests, then the requests will be considered void, so you should make sure you are in fully communication with your preferred roommates. Roommate requests are not guaranteed. A group assignment will not be made until all applications from every member of that group are received. If a room is not filled to capacity, the Office of the Bantam Network Residential Learning Community reserves the right to fill any vacancy throughout the summer.


2021 Summer Housing Application

2021 Summer Housing Departmental/Office Payment Request Form

Please contact the Summer Housing Coordinator at summer-housing@trincoll.edu with questions.​