Students, Registrar's Office, Course and Registrar posted

Enroll in the J-Term

Priority registration is open for Trinity’s January Term, set to take place January 3-20, 2023. Working closely with a faculty member in a small class setting, students explore a broad range of innovative topics over two or three weeks. Visit the J-Term website for full details.   Space is limited, so enroll early!   Please direct any questions about the J-Term to course instructors, the Registrar’s Office, or the Center for Academic and Experiential Advising.
Students, International Studies, Course and Registrar posted

INTS 385 - Global Economic Issues

The course will discuss the various issues of global importance, such as climate change, poverty, health, trade, and foreign aid. We will refer to popular books, newspaper articles, and podcasts to analyze the current circumstances and the global debate surrounding the different economic issues. The course meets social requirement, is interdisciplinary in nature, and does not need any prerequisite. Contact with questions.
Students, LITS, General posted

Join the new Crochet and Knitting Club!

Every Friday from 3 – 5:00, take a break and unwind with other students who like to crochet and knit. Snacks and extra yarn provided! All students welcome, though this is not a class format, it’s an informal group where you can work on your own projects and occasionally get help from others. The group meets in Room 181 of the Raether LITC – that’s one floor up from the entrance level. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please email Amy Harrell at
All Campus, Student Accounts and Loans, Deadline posted

Spring 2023 Term Payment and Billing Reminder

Spring 2023 ebills are available on Nelnet system for review and payment.  Payment deadline is 12/16/2022, or a Nelnet payment plan is set up by that date. Nelnet payment plan information and details can be found at  Deadline to set up payment plan is 12/16/22. Please contact with questions.
All Campus, LITS, General posted

National Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month Library Mini Collection

Please join us in celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month by exploring this collection of books, lectures, podcasts, documentaries, visual art, digital exhibits, and museums. The collection includes books from Trinity, Wesleyan, and Connecticut College libraries. Books can be borrowed from any of the three libraries.  
Students, Research Study posted

Paid Research Study

Trinity students are invited to participate in a research study on how people make decisions from visual information.
All Campus, Career and Life Design, General posted

Trinity to Conduct Career Pathway Survey of Alumni

Trinity College has partnered with the Career Leadership Collective, a higher education solutions group, to conduct a national online survey to collect career pathway data from Trinity College alumni.   The National Alumni Career Mobility (NACM) Survey will be open from November 1, 2022 through January 15, 2023, and it seeks to learn about career satisfaction and insights from Trinity alumni three, five, ten and 15 years after graduation. The data collected by this survey will be used to help Trinity better understand the professional pathways of our graduates and help us improve how we prepare future alumni for continued career success.   All members of the Classes of 2019, 2017, 2012, or 2007 are encouraged to complete this brief survey!  
Faculty and Staff, Wellness posted

Weekly Walking Group

Join the Health and Wellness Committee’s Weekly Walking Group at Jessee/Miller Field Track. Drop in anytime from 12:00-1:00 PM, every Tuesday throughout the fall semester. We are looking forward to seeing you there!