Trinity is a small, private liberal arts college that traces its history back to 1823. It currently has about 2,200 undergraduate students and a student-faculty ratio of about 9:1.

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Students can choose from about 40 majors, including chemistry, music and political science. Some 79% of students graduate within four years — a better than average rate — and two-thirds of first-year students receive scholarships or grants.

Most students live on campus during all four of their undergraduate years, where they can participate in clubs, fraternities and sororities. Besides 28 varsity sports, Trinity’s competitive club sports scene includes equestrian, skiing and rock climbing, along with intramural sports options.

Located in the state's capital of Hartford, students have access to a vibrant local bar and restaurant scene, not to mention various historical and art museums. Trinity College also hosts senior week each year, a week of special activities and events like a block party, bar crawls and a formal ball.