Trinity College Reviews

  • 6 Reviews
  • Hartford (CT)
  • Annual Tuition: $59,050
100% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
83% of 6 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Jennifer Lozada
  • Reviewed: 12/20/2018
  • Degree: Cultural Studies
"Trinity College is a reputable, private liberal arts college located in the heart of Hartford, Connecticut. Established in 1823, second oldest to Yale University in Connecticut, it is rich in its history and progressive in its future. Trinity is known for its diversity and inclusion of over 2000 undergraduates. With its competitive and limited enrollment, Trinity offers its students support and guidance with their educational and career goals. As a graduate of the French Studies program, I can assure you that you will receive the utmost support from their tenured staff. The professors of the French Studies program are passionate, knowledgeable, and inspirational. They have high standards and will push you to your potential. It is important that if you decide to pursue a degree in a foreign language to study abroad for a minimum of two semesters. I had completed an intense summer program affiliated with the Sorbonne University and New York University. However, I wish I had also pursued a longer program through Trinity to add to my cultural experience. Learning the language from 3000 miles away will never be enough. If you pursue a foreign studies major, you MUST MUST MUST immerse yourself in their country."
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  • Reviewed: 3/31/2017
  • Degree: Performing Arts
"Trinity college has a very unique student to faculty ratio of 9:1, and most classes have less than 20 students. Because of this, I must say it is much easier to establish a strong relationship with your advisors and other professors. Furthermore, it is much much easier for you to contact and meet up with professors/TAs whenever you have questions you need an answer to ASAP. Most of the arts and the humanities classes I've taken at Trinity were very seminar/discussion based. However, I would not say the academics at Trinity were very challenging and thought-provoking. They were just "ok". There definitely were more areas that the seminars could've covered that I think professors "refused" to cover such as talks about diversity, human rights, sexuality etc. Perhaps it's because most of the students at our school are highly conservative (and many being Republican), and the professors were fearful of dissonance or heated discussions between those who stand closer to the liberals and those standing closer to conservatives....."
courtney knox
  • Reviewed: 2/27/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
"Trinity College was an excellent school who always helped their students. I am very pleased and grateful to have been able to have this experience. The professors were very helpful and understanding. The school had programs set in place for 1yr students where it would help them get on track with college courses. Trinity was a great experience."
TrinityTech
  • Reviewed: 9/29/2015
  • Degree: History
"Trinity has some really amazing professors, but the administration (while I was there, at least) needs improvement. Classes will be awesome if you work hard, and the instructors and TAs are always pretty accessible. However, you'll have to deal with a heartless administration, entitled students, and a frankly terrifying Greek culture. It can be a toxic environment, so if you go here, you'll need a good support network and a good sense of humor. Check out Austin Arts Center, and get involved."
Rob
  • Reviewed: 8/4/2015
  • Degree: History
"I had a great four years. Met people from allover the World. Trinity gave me the chance to try new things. The professors are very nice and are always willing to talk about the class, exams, papers...etc. The classes are very small which gives you the chance to work in seminar like settings. The campus is very beautiful and easy to get around. Would recommend this school to anyone who wants a great liberal arts education."
Rob
  • Reviewed: 8/4/2015
  • Degree: History
"I had a great four years. Met people from allover the World. Trinity gave me the chance to try new things. The professors are very nice and are always willing to talk about the class, exams, papers...etc. The classes are very small which gives you the chance to work in seminar like settings. The campus is very beautiful and easy to get around. Would recommend this school to anyone who wants a great liberal arts education."