The Trinity curriculum provides a framework that ensures rigor while offering students many ways to learn and explore the dimensions of a liberal arts curriculum. It sets a basic direction for students through general education requirements, enables students to deepen old interests and develop new ones through elective courses, and assures that each student acquires specialized training by completing a major.

In order to acquire the breadth associated with a liberal arts education, all undergraduates must complete at least one credit with a C- or better in each of five categories: the arts, humanities, natural sciences, numerical and symbolic reasoning, and social sciences. In addition, students must meet requirements in writing, quantitative literacy, and a second language. All students must take a first-year seminar and one course on global engagement.

Get more information on academics and a list of majors.

For information on registration, visit the Registrar's Office.

For information on resources for students, visit Academic Resources.