Established in 1823 and spread across hundred acres, Trinity College is committed to liberal education. As one the leading independent liberal arts college of the nation, the institution is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), while the engineering program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The college maintains a low student to teacher ration and sponsors a network of global learning sites. The college is a hub of a diverse student community coming from 43 states and 30 foreign countries. The college offers 38 majors and programs in environmental science and engineering and over 900 programs to choose from. Fields of study in Psychology, Political Science, Economics, History and English have been gaining popularity over the years. The residential campus of Trinity offers a blend of academic and experimental learning.
Women, Gender and Sexuality
Classics, Classical Civilization
Of the diverse curriculum offered at Trinity College, some of the areas are:
Theater and Dance
Public Policy and Law
Computer Science and many more
The college also provides Adult Learning Programs, Special Curricular Programs (in health, human rights etc) and study away programs offered by the Office of International Programs at the college.
A freshman class of about 575 is chosen from over 5,000 applications. Applicants are screened on the basis of achievements within community and school, educational credentials and moral character. Recommendations are also needed for admission procedure preferably from two teachers and a college counselor. Submission of SAT or ACT scores are also required. For international students ACT, SAT or TOEFL would be asked.
As long as housing is available, students are usually advised to live in the trinity campus. Housing option is available for single, suites and traditional halls. All halls have peer leaders. The residential experience fosters community development among students and long lasting relationship with teachers and peers.
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