Greetings! On behalf of the College of Arts and Sciences at Trinity Washington University, I am delighted to welcome you to our campus located in the nation’s capital. The College of Arts and Sciences is Trinity’s historic liberal arts women’s college and we are committed to equipping and empowering women with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be global leaders in the 21st century.
At Trinity our dedicated faculty, staff, and students are eager to help students get quickly acclimatized with the Trinity environment. Working with committed academic advisors, students can enroll in a wide range of courses spanning the General Education Curriculum and a chosen Major Curriculum from a list of 22 disciplines of study to successfully graduate with a degree that can change your life! Read More
Dr. Sita Ramamurti
The Student Experience
For Trinity students, an active life outside of the classroom is an integral part of the college experience. Many choose to explore the varied cultural, historical, and community events that Washington, D.C., offers. There is also a wide range of on-campus activities that take place every day that involve all members of the Trinity Community, including athletic events, service opportunities, student organizations, and Trinity Traditions that honor students as they progress toward graduation.
Winter/Spring 2022 Registration
Save the date! The Winter/Spring 2022 registration is right around the corner. Registration will open on November 1, 2021 in Self-Service. Speak with your professional advisor about your academic plan at the Registration Rush two-week event beginning Monday, October 12.
Trinity’s campus is open and professional advisors are available between 9am and 5pm daily to help you on your academic endeavors. You can connect with your advisor in Starfish, by email, or via phone to plan your schedule for fall and future semesters. We wish our students continued success on their academic journey. We are here to help you stay on track toward graduation!
Tentative Exam Schedule
The Enrollment Services Office schedules final exams for the College of Arts and Sciences (Academic Session= “DAY”). Final exams are only scheduled for lecture sections and the exam period is 2.5 hours. Please note the exam date may change from the original class meeting. See the Fall 2021 tentative exam schedule.
Exams for Weekly, Alt Weekly, Monthly and Term academic sessions are given the last meeting day of the semester.
Students can resolve conflicts during the exam period (such as two exams scheduled at the same time or three exams on the same day) by filling out an Examination Conflict Resolution Request Form. If a conflict exists, some exams can be rescheduled to the Conflict Resolution Day at the discretion of Enrollment Services.
Trinity students can earn degrees in the following majors and other programs. Students will learn about many of these majors by taking a variety of courses in the General Education Curriculum. Academic Advisors and faculty are also eager to work with students to identify strengths and interests that can inform the major decision.
Students may be interested in pursuing a focused area of study outside of their major program of study. The academic programs in the College of Arts and Sciences provide for this interest by offering program minors in the following areas: