The Admissions Office is happy to arrange a personalized campus visit for you! If you’re a prospective student, you can be a seminarian for a day and see what a day in the life of a student at Trinity is like. Depending on your interests and needs, a campus visit may include
For those visiting from out of town, Trinity can also cover up to two nights of housing! Please refer to the FAQs below to learn more.
If you want to learn more about Trinity but are not able to visit campus, we would still like to connect with you and answer any questions you might have! Please complete the form below to request a phone, Zoom, or in-person appointment with the Rev. Alex Banfield Hicks or Mrs. Janessa Fisk.
The best times to visit Trinity are during the fall or spring semester when classes are in session. During the semester, the best days to visit are Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, though other days during the week are also available. Our current Academic Calendar can be accessed here: Academic Resources.
For those visiting for a full day, the day usually begins at 8:15am and ends at 5:00pm. Visitors are welcome to request a shorter visit, if they desire, or to request a longer visit. Typically, a longer visit would be Tuesday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Thursday, overlapping with our Wednesday morning Eucharist service.
Visitors who plan to stay overnight are welcome to arrange their own housing accommodations, though Trinity can also help cover 1-2 nights in a Trinity guest apartment or nearby hotel. Please contact the Admissions Office to inquire about available housing accommodations.
Our faculty and staff are glad to meet with visitors! Visitors who would like to meet with a particular faculty or staff member during their visit are welcome to request this ahead of time. We will do our best to accommodate any requests.
Trinity does not have a formal dress code, though business casual is typical. Visitors are welcome to dress comfortably!
Yes! Our kitchen staff prepare gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian/vegan options daily for our lunches on campus. Additional accommodations may be possible, but must be requested at least a week in advance. Please notify the Admissions Office of any dietary restrictions you may have when you schedule your visit.
Absolutely! Trinity is a very family-friendly community, and family members are welcome to join for a campus visit. For those with very young children, certain parts of the visit day may be easier for them to participate in, such as chapel (Morning Prayer/Evening Prayer), lunch, and the campus tour. For the times in between, there is an outdoor playground and an indoor playroom available that families are welcome to use, if they desire.