The College of Arts and Sciences offers women a dynamic college experience, with leadership development, hands-on internships in Washington, community service opportunities, athletics, student clubs, and campus activities.
Founded in 1897 to meet the educational needs of women, the college today carries on in this mission by serving a diverse body of female students (courses in Trinity’s School of Education and School of Professional Studies are entirely co-educational).
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences choose their courses and majors from dozens of exciting academic programs, including nursing, international affairs, criminal justice, and more (explore the programs offered below).
Trinity prides itself on its small class sizes that ensure each student receives the personal attention and support she needs. Plus, Trinity offers free one-on-one tutoring and writing support to all of its students. Your academic success is the primary goal of our faculty and staff.
Explore Trinity's Academic Programs in the College of Arts & Sciences
- Business Administration
- Criminal Justice
- Exercise Science
- Forensic Science
- Human Relations
- International Affairs
- Nursing (B.S.N.) - Pre-Licensure
- Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Political Science
- Pre-Medicine & Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Campus Life & Athletics
Many students in the College of Arts and Sciences choose to live on-campus in one of Trinity’s dormitories, allowing them to take a more active role in campus life.
Throughout the school year, a wide range of on-campus activities take place involving all members of the Trinity community, including athletic events, public lectures, meetings of student organizations, and Trinity traditions.
Because Trinity believes that health and fitness promote self-confidence, teamwork and healthy lifestyles, all students have free access to the campus gym. In this recently-built facility, students can exercise on their own, or participate in a variety of intramural courses, including aerobics, weight training, and modern dance.
A member of NCAA Division III, the Trinity Tigers compete at the varsity level in a range of sports.