We are a small college and proud of it. No matter where you go on our campus, it will feel familiar. We have just over 2,000 undergraduates, and over 90% of them live on campus, so friendly faces are never far away.

Though we’re close-knit, this campus also has room for students to pursue diverse interests. We have more than 150 student clubs and organizations, all spearheaded by students like you. We have music festivals, movies, concerts, lectures, parties, student government meetings, a cappella practice, mock trials, art shows, and almost every type of athletic event you can imagine. And when you leave campus, Hartford has farmers’ markets, shopping, concerts, theater shows, food, music, an incredible science center, and the oldest public art museum in the country.

Support for Every Student

Though students take the lead on our campus, you’ll also have a strong network of support. We have resources to help you navigate whatever challenges you face.

155 student clubs and organizations
52% of students hold leadership positions

In student organizations, community groups, clubs, or teams. Source: 2019 Enrolled Student Survey (all undergraduates)

First-Year Mentors: Helping Students Find Their Place

Emily Wickles ’20 reflects on her experience in the First-Year Seminar Program as a mentor to 15 new Trinity students. “Mentee-mentor relationships do not and should not stop after the seminar is over. These relationships are indicative of a greater mentoring culture at Trinity,” she says.