To schedule a visit, please call (800) 492-6882.
Trinity is easily accessible via public transportation or car.
By Metrorail - Free Trinity Shuttle
Trinity is close to the Brookland/CUA Metro station on the red line, and runs a shuttle service to and from campus, making several roundtrips each hour. Please view the shuttle schedule on the Department of Public Safety web site.
To catch the shuttle at the Brookland/CUA station, exit to the right. At the top of the escalator, turn left and walk to the end of the iron railing and wait for the shuttle with the Trinity logo on the side.
By Car: Door-to-Door Directions
Google Maps driving directions to Trinity
For your convenience, a public safety officer stationed at each campus entrance is happy to provide parking instructions – please let them know you are visiting the admissions office!
Car rental agencies:
By Air and Public Transportation
The Washington, DC metropolitan area is served by three major airports: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Dulles International Airport, and Baltimore Washington International Airport.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to Trinity
The easiest way to get to Trinity is by Metrorail; there is a station located at the Concourse (Level 2) of the New Terminal. Take either the Yellow Line toward Mt. Vernon Square or the Blue Line toward Addison Road. If on the Yellow Line, get off at the Gallery Place/Chinatown stop; if on the Blue Line, get off at the Metro Center stop. Transfer to the Red Line in the direction of Wheaton. Get off at the Brookland/CUA Metrorail station and look for the Trinity Shuttle (details above).
You may also choose to take a taxi (the dispatcher outside the airport will assist you in getting a taxi and answer any questions), or rent a car. See “By Car” information above.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Trinity
You can take the Washington Flyer bus (703-685-1400, $8.00 per person) from Dulles Airport to the West Falls Church Metro Station (Orange Line). At West Falls Church, board the Metro in the direction of New Carrollton. At Metro Center, transfer to the Red Line in the direction of Wheaton. Get off at the Brookland/Catholic University Metro station. From the Brookland Metro station, you can take the Trinity Shuttle (see above).
You also can take the Washington Flyer Express bus from Dulles Airport directly to downtown Washington, DC. From the Washington Flyer terminal, you can take a taxi to Trinity. The fare for a taxi directly from Dulles Airport to Trinity is over $70 (if there are several people in your party, it may be worth looking into).
Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) to Trinity (30 miles)
By Super Shuttle: Go to the Super Shuttle desk on the lower level of the terminal and buy ticket. The Super Shuttle will deliver you to 1517 K Street, N.W. (the In-Town Terminal). Taxis can be hailed outside the terminal, or you can take Metrorail from the Farragut North (Red Line) Metro station toward Wheaton. Get off at the Brookland/CUA Metro station. From there you can take the Trinity Shuttle (see above).
By Amtrak via Washington's Union Station
The following Amtrak trains arrive in Union Station in Washington, DC, on a regular schedule. Contact Amtrak (800-USA-RAIL) for schedules and fares:
- Acela Express
- Capitol Limited
- Cardinal / Hoosier State
- Carolinian / Piedmont
- Northeast Regional
- Silver Service / Palmetto
From Union Station, you can take a cab or Metrorail – take the red line to Brookland/CUA Metro station, details above.