As we kick off the month of July, and summer is in full swing, I write this post as an invitation. Summer is a great time to go on college visits. If you visit colleges during your summer break, you do not have to miss classes, skip after-school activities, or worry about falling behind on school work. Since you are not worrying about your schoolwork, you have plenty of time to truly explore the campuses you visit, and I really encourage you to do so. If you enjoy your visit, but want to see the school when classes are in session, you can always plan to come back later. By visiting schools in the summer, it can help you limit the number of visits you go on during the school year.
Just look at the beautiful chapel and green grass!
Trinity is absolutely beautiful in the summer (and every other season, if you ask me). With the bright blue skies and the sun shining, our campus practically glows. To enjoy the campus in all its beauty, I suggest you take a tour. Here’s our summer tour schedule:
Monday-Friday: 11:30am, 1:30pm, and 3:30pm
If you cannot make it to one of these times, there is also the option of taking a self-guided tour with a campus map we provide. If, for some reason, you cannot make it to campus, you can also take a virtual tour here: http://www.trincoll.edu/Admissions/Pages/virtualtour.aspx
If you want to learn a little bit more about the school from academics, to experiential learning, to social and residential life, come to a group information session. Our summer schedule is:
Monday-Friday: 10:30am and 2:30pm
We also offer interviews, which you can schedule by calling the front desk. In order to have an interview, you must schedule it in advance, but you do not have to sign up for a tour or information session beforehand. If you want to double check that our office is open before you stop by for a visit, you can always check our website (http://www.trincoll.edu/Admissions/campusvisit/Pages/default.aspx) or call the front desk.
So, come on by the office for interviews, information sessions, and tours.
Until next time,