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.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.