Living & Learning in the Nation’s Capital

Washington, DC, is a youthful city with plenty of things to do and sights to see. The many free Smithsonian museums, like the  National Museum of the American Indian (right), are fantastic resources to enhance your classroom learning.

In the nation’s capital, you won’t just learn out of books; internship opportunities in some of the country’s most powerful offices and companies provide hands-on workplace experience, and prepare you for employment after graduation.

Out on the Town

Washington also boasts many fun neighborhoods bursting with restaurants and art galleries where you can hang out with friends.

Since the Trinity campus is located on Metro’s Red Line (and several bus routes), getting around in the city is convenient and inexpensive.

Washington is a very green city, with tree-filled parks and recreation areas to provided oases of tranquility, away from busy city life.

Read a book by the fountains in Meridian Hill Park or Dupont Circle, or for the more adventurous, try hiking or horseback riding in Rock Creek Park.

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