All Campus, American Studies, General posted

Free book available for Jan Cohn lecture

Free copies of Davarian Baldwin’s new book, In the Shadow of the Ivory Tower: How Universities are Plundering our Cities (Bold Type Books) are available for pick-up at the campus bookstore in the basement of Mather Hall for Hartford residents and Trinity students, faculty, and staff who have pre-registered for the Jan Cohn lecture in American Studies. Pre-register here: .
Students, Language and Culture Studies, Course and Registrar posted

Language Proficiency Exams Spring 2021

Language Proficiency Exams Monday, April 26, 2021 thru Thursday, April 29, 2021 (Registration is required)
Students, Classical Studies, Deadline posted

Honors Day 2021 - Classical Studies Prize Competitions!

Are you planning to study away or online over the summer? Do you plan to participate in a program that studies the ancient Mediterranean world? Have you taken a Classical Studies course this year or last year? Enter this year’s Classical Studies prize competitions!
Students, Career Development, Deadline posted

Apply for Catalyst Summer Internship Fund

Career Development is still accepting applications for the Catalyst Summer Internship Fund via Handshake. If interested in receiving funding for your unpaid or underpaid summer internship, please review all qualifications on our website and address any additional questions to The application deadline is April 30, 2021.
Students, Student Success, Hours of Operation posted

Individualized Coaching with Student Success

Student Success is continuing to offer individualized coaching appointments with students, throughout the spring semester, virtually either via phone or Zoom. Schedule your appointment, here.  If you can’t find availability when it works for you, please email to coordinate a better time for your schedule.
Students, Career Development, Hours of Operation posted

Virtual Career Studio open for spring semester!

Career Development’s Virtual Career Studio is now open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from noon to 4:00 p.m. (EST) throughout the spring semester.