2022 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted, the founder of American landscape architecture, and Trinity College is joining the celebration. The campus was recently featured in the Olmsted 200 Newsletter, highlighting our Champion Elm and Olmsted’s contribution to the design of the Trinity College campus.
Vernon Social Transforming into Cornelia Parsons ’80 Center
Vernon Social will transform into the Cornelia Parsons ’80 Center, the new home of the Career and Life Design Center, formerly the Center for Student Success and Career Development, and is anticipated to become a hub of student-centered activity.
The Mill: A Student-Run Space for Music, Art, and Community
Amanda Lafferty ’21 shares why the student-run art and music space called The Mill is her favorite place on the Trinity College campus.
Trinity Innovation Center Now Open in Downtown Hartford
Trinity College has opened the 13,000-square-foot Trinity Innovation Center in downtown Hartford as a space for boundary-crossing collaborations and creativity. Located on the third floor of One Constitution Plaza, the new center will house Trinity’s partnership with Infosys; the Digital Health CT accelerator; and new innovation and entrepreneurship programming for students.
Coffee on Campus: Peter B’s Espresso and the Underground Coffeehouse
Two popular coffeehouses on campus supply caffeine and distinctive community spaces for students to gather.
Story Labs: New Podcast Recording Studios in Library
Two new podcast studios at Trinity College’s Raether Library and Information Technology Center enable faculty, staff, and students to record and edit their own podcasts, audio stories, and other media on professional equipment.
Trinfo.Café: Connecting Hartford and Trinity College
A community space open to the public, Trinfo.Café is staffed by a team of Trinity students. When Trinfo first opened its doors in 2000, it was an “internet café”-style technology center; since then, it has evolved into a community gathering space for a broader variety of activities.
Asian-American Student Association House: Raising Cultural Awareness across Campus
The Asian-American Student Association (AASA) House, one of three cultural houses on the Trinity College campus, primarily caters to students of Asian descent, but serves as a welcoming space for the entire student body to enjoy intellectually stimulating and educational gatherings and discussions.
La Eracra: A Space for Cross-Cultural Dialogue
La Eracra, which is one of three cultural houses on Trinity College’s campus, is held in trust by La Voz Latina (LVL), a Latinx student organization that aims to raise awareness about Latinx culture, history, politics, and social issues.
Umoja House: ‘A Home Away from Home’
Umoja House is one of three cultural houses on Trinity’s campus that help to support the college’s diverse student body and to promote cultural awareness.
A Place for Physics
Students have the chance to learn by doing.
Finding Your Academic Path
Trinity’s Center for Academic Advising is the go-to place for students seeking assistance with choosing a major—and more.
Zachs Hillel House
In the 70 years since Trinity College Hillel was established, its original mission—to provide religious programming to the Jewish men of the college—has evolved.
Hartford is Our Home
Trinity College isn’t located in a small town. We’re in a thriving capital city.
Austin Arts Center
The Austin Arts Center is the hub of artistic life at Trinity. Whether you’re interested in art exhibits, theater and dance performances, or concerts, there’s always something to see at the Austin Arts Center.
The Long Walk
These historic buildings are the heart of Trinity’s campus.
In Rome, the City is the Classroom
For Trinity students, the decision to study away changes everything.
Liberal Arts Action Lab
In its new space in downtown Hartford, Trinity connects the liberal arts to the real world.
Film culture comes to life in this art-house movie theater nestled on Trinity’s campus.
Humanities in Hartford
With its rich cultural and literary history, Hartford is an ideal place to pursue humanities scholarship—the study of how people interpret and record shared human experience.