The College of Arts and Sciences specializes in teaching motivated women like you to develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be global leaders in the 21st century.
|Business Admin||International Affairs|
|Chemistry||Journalism & Media Studies|
|Early Childhood Education*||Occupational Therapy Assistant**|
|Elementary Education*||Political Science|
|* in conjunction with the School of Education
** in conjunction with the School of Nursing & Health Professions
|Applied Statistics||Language & Cultural Studies|
|Interdisciplinary||Religious Studies & Theology|
The Honors Program is a prestigious cohort program that allows students to take the fullest advantage of their education by enrolling in small, specially designed honors seminars and engaging in intellectually stimulating discussions with their peers. It provides academically motivated students with the opportunities to engage in the rich cultural and political benefits of our location in the nation’s capital.
To learn more about the Honors program, please contact us at 202-884-9400 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Trinity Leadership Scholarship program is available to new first year students who are admitted to the College of Arts and Sciences, Trinity’s undergraduate college for women, starting with the class that enters in fall 2017. Students must apply to Trinity and complete their 2017-18 FAFSA application to confirm eligibility. The annual scholarship may be renewed each year for students who maintain satisfactory academic progress as a full-time student at Trinity, with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
* There is still time to be considered for the Trinity Leadership Scholarship. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com or 202-884-9400.
For Trinity students, an active life outside of the classroom is an integral part of the college experience. Many choose to explore the varied cultural, historical, and community events that Washington, D.C., offers. A student can research her family tree at the National Archives, attend a play or hear a symphony at The Kennedy Center, see heads of state, visit the White House, or serve as a Smithsonian volunteer.
A wide range of on-campus activities take place every day that involve all members of the Trinity Community, including athletic events, public lectures, meetings of student organizations, and Trinity Traditions.
Trinity believes that health and fitness are an important part of an education and that recreation and sports promote self-confidence, teamwork and healthy lifestyles. Trinity is a member of NCAA Division III.Trinity women compete at the varsity level in a range of sports and also enjoy a variety of intramural courses, including aerobics, weight training, and modern dance.