Trinity College is a private institution that was started in 1823. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 2,195, its environment is urban, and the campus size is 100 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its tuition/fees are $58,620
learners at Trinity College live in an intimate environment in the midst of a bustling state capital. The campus is situated in Hartford, Conn., a large city where learners can do everything from attending concerts at the Comcast and Webster theatres to learning how to shoot a cannon from the Revolutionary War at the Old State House. Attending school in the states capital also means learners have hundreds of opportunities for internships at various organizations throughout the city. Freshmen must live on campus, and will reside and take classes with other learners in their selected First-Year Program. Outside of class, learners can choose from more than 100 clubs and organizations in which to get involved. There are a handful of Greek organizations on campus. The Trinity sports teams participate in the NCAA Division III New England Small College Athletics Conference, cheered on by the school mascot, a species of rooster known as the bantam. Dont get confused in your college search: Trinity College is a common name for schools of various faiths, but this liberal arts school is nondenominational.
In addition to its main location in Hartford, Trinity has a campus in Rome, Italy. More than half of Trinity learners study abroad during their time in college. Trinity also has a field station in Ashford, Conn., where learners and faculty research subjects in the natural and environmental sciences. Among the colleges notable graduates are Jim Murren, chairman of casino chain MGM Resorts; journalist Tucker Carlson; and columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author George Will.