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Residence Halls

Many students in the College of Arts and Sciences choose to live on-campus in one of Trinity’s residence halls. Living on campus can be a fun and educational part of college life; you will gain new friends and new experiences.

You will also learn important social skills, and participate in social activities like movie nights, club activities, and cheering on the Trinity Tigers during home games.

Living in a residence hall is not required for students who live in the Washington, DC area, but it is strongly encouraged!

Trinity currently houses students in Cuvilly Hall, Kerby Hall, Alumnae Hall and Main Hall. For more information, visit the Office of Campus Housing.

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