Campus Housing Application
The Campus Housing and Residence Life program seeks to enhance Trinity’s mission by providing a living environment that is conducive to academic progress, personal growth and development.
Living on campus is an affordable and cost-effective option! To view housing and meal plan costs, please click here.
If you have any questions about living on campus or the housing application process, please contact Ms. Naz’hae Singleton, Director of Residence Life and Campus Housing by phone 202-884-9606 or email: SingletonN@trinitydc.edu.
Residence Hall Eligibility:
Living on campus is a privilege and carries with it responsibility to respect the rights of those who live within the resident community. Applicants for campus housing must be enrolled full time in the College of Arts and Sciences at Trinity, be financial cleared through Enrollment Services and must accept the responsibility of the Student Code of Conduct. All residents must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and be in good academic, financial and disciplinary standing to live in campus housing. Residents must meet all Health Center requirements including up to date immunizations, including being fully vaccinated for COVID. A limited number of rooms may be available for students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies, School of Education, Business and Graduate Studies and School of Nursing and Health Professions. Students in these schools who wish to live on campus must agree to abide by Trinity’s Residence Life policies. Please note that we do not have family housing for partners or children on campus.
Students will receive their room assignment via their Trinity email, as they are cleared financially through Enrollment Services.
Eligibility and priority for placement is as follows:
- Alumnae Hall – Juniors and Seniors
- Cuvilly Hall – Incoming First Year and Transfer Students
- Kerby Hall – Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
- Main Hall – Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students and Non-Traditional Students