PROGRAM QUICK FACTS
- Est. in 1980
- NCAA Second Round Appearances in 2013 and 2016
- 7 NESCAC Post-Season Appearances in the past 10 years
- 30 All-NESCAC Honorees
- Our mascot is the Bantam!
- Current majors on team include Anthropology, Biochemistry, English, Mechanical Engineering, Neuroscience, Psychology, and Public Policy + Law
UPCOMING RECRUITING EVENTS
*As of 06/13/19 - check back as it continues to update!
- Trinity ID Clinics July 26th (FULL) and August 2nd
- Williams ID Clinic (July 12 - 13th)
- Brown ID Clinic (August 3-4)
- Dartmouth Camp Session II (July 28-31)
- Princeton Camp Session II (July 15-17)
ACADEMIC QUICK FACTS
- Student population of approximately 2,200 students; 52% male, 48% female, 18% students of color
- 100-acre campus in Hartford, CT located 2 hours from NYC and 1 hour 30 minutes from Boston
- 41 majors and 28 interdisciplinary minors
- Over 200 academic internship opportunities
- 60% of students study abroad or away
- Test-optional application process
The capital of Connecticut sits squarely in the middle of the state. It is home to approximately 125,000 people and is known for having the nation's oldest public art museum (Wadsworth Atheneum) and publicly funded park (Bushnell Park). Scroll down for things to do and places to eat in Hartford, CT!
Things To Do
- Walk along Mortensen Riverfront Park (pictured at right)
- See a show at Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts
- Visit the Connecticut Science Musuem
- Hartford Yard Goats - Hartford's Double A Baseball Team Fun Fact: their stadium, the Dunkin' Donuts Park, has won best Double A ball park the past two years!
- Check out the link below for more!
Where To Eat
- The Republic at Linden
- First and Last Bakery (sandwiches only a mile from Trinity!)
- First and Last Tavern (Italian across from the bakery!)
- Story and Soil Coffee
- Bear's Smokehouse