Make Trinity a Part of Your Summer

Summer Session I

As part of the four-term 2020-21 academic year, Summer Session I allows Trinity students to enroll in 1 or 2, one-credit courses during a five-week term from June 1 – July 1, 2021.


Summer Session I is optional for all students. Students must register for a minimum of 4 credits in the spring and summer session I terms combined to be considered full time. That is, a student will be permitted to enroll for 2 or 3 credits in the spring if they take 1 or 2 credits in the Summer Session I term.

Although most students will enroll in Summer Session I courses at the same time as spring course registration, the add/drop period for courses remains open through Wednesday, June 2, 2021. Students can manage Summer Session I enrollments through TCOnline. Please refer to the summer course schedule for a complete listing of courses.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and room and board fees will cover the four terms of the new academic calendar; financial aid also will apply across these terms. The maximum amount of credits that may be taken in the fall and J-Term combined and the spring and Summer Session 1 combined, as part of regular tuition, is 5.75 and, as part of the total number of credits, students can take a maximum of 2 credits in summer. Students who register for more than 5.75 course credits are charged an additional surcharge, with some exceptions as indicated on tuition and fees.

Study Away

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all summer study away programs are suspended, both for Trinity-administered programs and programs offered through third-party providers, domestic and abroad.


Please refer to the links below for more detailed information and direct any questions about the Summer Term to your academic adviser, course instructors, or the Registrar’s Office.

Summer Session II

Information about Summer Session II, which begins on July 6, 2021, will be available in March 2021.



Trinity Tech-Edge Summer Program

Trinity Tech-Edge Returns for Summer 2021! Online Technology and Innovation Summer Program designed for liberal arts students to acquire core skills in technology and business innovation, embrace disruption and learn to thrive in the virtual workplace.

Additional Summer Programs