Announcement posted

Trinity College Welcomes New Bantams Admitted to the Class of 2026

With Regular Decision admissions letters sent to future Bantams, Trinity College is eager to welcome members of the Class of 2026 to campus for special events over the next several months. Trinity received 6,198 applications this year, marking a five-year high for the college, and admitted 257 students through two rounds of Early Decision.

Student Life posted by Hanifa Darwish ’22

The International House: ‘A Space of Comfort for Me and for Others Far from Home’

Coming to Trinity as a first-year student from Kabul, Afghanistan, Hanifa Darwish ’22 found support at the college’s International House, which promotes the appreciation of diversity on campus. “The iHouse helps international students adapt to life at Trinity and introduces all students to international cultures through events, discussions, and trips,” she says.

Announcement posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Trinity Public Policy and Law Faculty Member Nominated to Connecticut Superior Court

Visiting Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Law Matthew A. Weiner has been nominated by Governor Ned Lamont to become a judge on the Connecticut Superior Court. Weiner currently serves as a prosecutor in the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office and has taught “Fundamentals of American Law” at Trinity since 2016.