Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Financial Aid Quick Questions

Do you offer financial aid? We offer financial aid to cover 100% of an admitted student’s calculated need.

How many students at Trinity receive financial aid? We have a 39.5 million dollar financial aid budget and almost 40% of our enrolled students receive some form of financial aid.

I am interested in applying early, but I am not sure that I can afford Trinity. Should I still apply early decision? No, if you feel that you need to be able to compare financial aid award packages from multiple schools, then applying early decision would not be the right choice for you.

Do you have merit scholarships?  Whereas the majority of our funds is allocated to need-based financial aid, we do have a limited number of merit scholarships.  All students are considered and there is no additional application.

 

Please note that the Financial Aid Office is a separate office from the Office of Admissions.  If the student/parent has extensive questions about financial aid at Trinity, encourage them to contact their office directly: 860-297-2046 or financialaidoffice@trincoll.edu.

Friday, June 20th, 2014

Katie Couric’s Commencement Address

Have you watched Katie Couric’s commencement address?  If you haven’t, you can change that now!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFzPYFmRE-Q

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

Class of 2018

This year we had 7505 applications and our current class is currently 628.

Of those 628, 554 are U.S. citizens coming from 35 states and 74 are foreign
citizens coming from 32 countries.

52% of the students are male, and 48% are female.

403 high schools are represented.

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Trinfo Café

Do you know about the Trinfo Café?  Located on Broad Street, the Trinfo Café was created in 2000 to link Trinity to its surrounding neighborhood by offering free internet and email access as well teaching classes in basic computer literacy and Microsoft Office. Staffed by only two people, Director Carlos Espinosa ’96, M ’98, and one graduate assistant, Isabella Elizalde ’12, they make a big difference in the community!

http://www.trincoll.edu/UrbanGlobal/CUGS/community/trinfo/Pages/default.aspx

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

A New Look!

Over the past year, Trinity has been working with 160over90 to rework various materials.  The presidential search prospectus was the first item to boast the new style.  Admissions materials are currently being reworked and then other college publications will follow.  So college fair volunteers… get ready for the new search materials and view books!

Friday, March 28th, 2014

Trinity College’s 22nd President

Trinity College has found a dynamic new leader who is committed to honoring the traditions of Trinity College while focusing on ensuring its relevance and preeminence in the changing liberal arts landscape of the future.  With the selection of Joanne Berger-Sweeney as Trinity’s 22nd president, the Board has found a leader who personifies the value and continued relevance of the College’s commitment to an excellent liberal arts education. An accomplished teacher, scholar, neuroscientist, and administrator at Tufts and at Wellesley, Dr. Berger-Sweeney has demonstrated her ability to be a change agent, making key decisions to further the mission and success of these institutions. With this experience, she is a natural fit for Trinity and Trinity for her. We are excited to have someone of her professional caliber and personal warmth joining the Trinity family.

http://www.trincoll.edu/presidentialtransition/Pages/default.aspx

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Bantam Sports Videos

Want to keep track of the Bantams, but can’t make it to their games/matches? Be sure to check out their YouTube page:

http://www.youtube.com/user/BantamSports?feature=watch

 

They just uploaded their Fall sports highlights!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsQMH4kzmPE&feature=c4-overview&list=UUmR-P0sxpptx41_P81ycnFw

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

World Culture and Literature

*New Major Alert!*

This new major is within the Department of Language and Culture Studies and will allow students to study literature across different countries and cultures.  This major will be customized for each student based on his or her individual interests and will incorportate classes from across the disciplines such as history, religion and philosophy, as well as the literature and foreign language classes.

Professor Carol Any and a Faculty subcommittee met for two years to create this major and this year it is finally here!  If you or a student that you meat with have any questions, please contact Carol.Any@trincoll.edu.

 

http://www.trincoll.edu/Academics/MajorsAndMinors/Language/worldlit/Pages/default.aspx

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Welcome to Trinity College Class of 2017 Video

I love when the academic year starts! Personally, I especially love the sounds from the athletic fields that I can hear through my office window. The tempting smells from the Bistro is a welcome (unwelcome?) return as well. Hopefully, our new class enjoys campus as much as I do.  A member of the Admissions team made a welcome video for them. Check it out!

Welcome to Trinity College (CT) Class of 2017!

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Preview Weekend

Each fall, our office sponsors Preview Weekend which is an overnight program which allows prospective students to explore the academic and social aspects of Trinity with a focus on the experiences of students of color. This year, it will take place on Sunday, November 10 through Monday, November 11 and the deadline to apply is October 14.  If you talk to a student who might be interetested in Preview Weekend, direct them to our website to apply or they can call our office with questions (860-297-2180).

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