Announcement posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Trinity College to Offer State’s First Master’s in Urban Planning

Trinity College will begin offering Connecticut’s first Master of Arts Degree in Urban Planning in fall 2023. The program is aligned with Trinity’s mission to prepare bold, independent thinkers to lead transformative lives and take on some of the world’s biggest challenges.

Student Life posted by Kristen Cole

Photo Gallery: ‘Across the Ninefold River’

Inspired by Greek Mythology and Aztec cosmology, a student ensemble will perform a traveling spectacle across campus once a day for the next three days. Photography by John Atashian.

Academics posted by Kristen Cole

Photo Gallery: ‘What’s Your Move?’

The 2nd annual What’s Your Move? concert will showcase student dancers and choreographers from across campus on stage in Austin Arts Center April 20 and 21, at 7:30 p.m. Photography by John Atashian.

Academics posted by Kathy Andrews

Building on 53 Years, Trinity’s Rome Program Continues to Thrive

For more than 50 years, the opportunity to study at the Trinity College Rome Campus on Aventine Hill has led students to immerse themselves in the culture and language of Italy and to do so from the comfort of a ‘home away from home.’ Trinity’s oldest global study program marked its anniversary with a celebration in Rome.

Trinity Community posted by Hannah Lorenzo ’24

Women’s Herstory Month Connects Trinity Community with Global Women’s Rights Movement

Trinity College welcomed Iranian-American activist and journalist Masih Alinejad as the keynote speaker of Women’s Herstory Month. This year’s theme of “Telling Our Stories” presented the Trinity community with an inclusive representation of women’s experiences through many events and activities.