Take ownership of your academic experiences by making use of the many academic resources we offer.

A successful Trinity student makes use of academic resources from day one! As a Trinity student, you are responsible for your learning both inside and outside the classroom. That means seeking the guidance you need before it is too late. These resources can help guide you as you move through your academic experience. Above all, it gives you a chance to practice the knowledge you gain, in settings outside the classroom. This also gives you an opportunity to build great relationships with various offices across campus.

Be reflective. Ask questions. Get the guidance you need to stay on the path to graduation!


Aetna Quantitative Center (Q Center)

The Aetna Quantitative Center (Q Center) offers peer tutoring for Math related courses, including Calculus, Statistics, Economics, and College Algebra. ​​Faculty in the Q Center work closely with the Math Department to provide students additional guidance as they progress through their courses.


Bantam Study Spaces

Need a good place to study? Trinity students can reserve study spaces for groups of two or more in the Raether Library. Explore campus to find other spaces!


Center for Academic and Experiential Advising

The Center for Academic and Experiential Advising coordinates the College’s academic resources, supports advising initiatives, and drives the implementation of credit-bearing experiential learning opportunities within the Trinity Plus Curriculum.


Career and Life Design Center

The Career and Life Design Center empower students and graduates to be active agents in designing their careers and to use their liberal arts education to adapt to and to transform the future of work.


Course Incomplete Petition

An incomplete is intended for students who have serious and unforeseen emergency situations in the last week or two of classes (e.g. are hospitalized for the last week of classes due to a car accident and so cannot turn in the final assignment or take the final exam). It is a notation for a temporary extension to complete coursework.


Library Research Education Program

The Research Education Program connects faculty and student researchers with a variety of information sources, guides their implementation of effective research processes, and promotes knowledge creation in a variety of contexts and formats.


Meet With A Librarian

If you need some guidance on your research project or paper, please make an appointment to speak with a Research Librarian. They are eager to work with you!


Peer Tutoring NetWork

Housed in the Dean of Students Office, the Peer Tutoring NetWork provides students with supplemental guidance on course-content. Tutoring is offered in two formats, one-on-one and small group sessions.


Writing Center

Housed in the Allan K. Smith Center for Writing and Rhetoric, the Writing Center offers tutors to help students improve their writing skills. Whether you are a first-year student, a second-year student, a third-year student, or a senior, the Writing Center is here to help guide you.