Directions to Class Locations
125 Michigan Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20017
Northwest: From I-495, take Exit 31B, Georgia Ave. South. Proceed approximately 6 miles, crossing the Maryland/DC line. Turn left on Harvard St. (the two proceeding streets are Columbia and Hobart). At the next traffic light make a slight left on to Hobart Pl. In one block, bear right onto Michigan Ave. Continue on Michigan, crossing First, North Capitol and Franklin Streets. Trinity is on the right.
Northeast: From I-95 take I-495 South. Follow I-495 to Exit 22B, Baltimore Washington Parkway South. Follow the parkway approx. five miles and take the exit US-50 West. Then take first exit to South Dakota Ave. and turn right onto South Dakota. Follow South Dakota 1.5 miles to Monroe St. Turn left onto Monroe, stay in left lane for two miles until Monroe dead ends into Michigan Ave. Turn left onto Michigan and proceed a short distance passing the Shrine on the right. Crossing Irving St., Trinity is on the left.
South: From I-495 take Exit 4B, I-395 North toward Washington. Continue on I-395 North. After Exit 10, get in the right-hand lanes (after Exit 11, the road divides and the left-hand lanes funnel onto Route 1). Continue on 395 North until it ends at New York Ave. Turn right onto New York Ave. Go through 2 traffic lights, take first right-hand turn after 2nd light (this is M St.). Continue on M St. for a short distance: at 2nd traffic light, make a left-hand turn onto North Capitol St. Proceed approx. 1 mile; at 8th light turn right onto Michigan Ave.. Trinity is on the right after first traffic light.
Metrorail/Trinity Shuttle: Trinity is close to the Metrorail at the Brookland/CUA Metro station on the red line. Trinity runs a free shuttle van to and from the Brookland/CUA Metrorail station every 20 minutes (Trinity Shuttle Schedule). To catch the shuttle at the Brookland/CUA station: after leaving the train take the 10th Street exit. At the top of the up escalator, turn to your left and walk to the end of the railing and wait for the shuttle. Look for a van with a Trinity sign on the side of the vehicle. The shuttle driver will take you to campus.
Metrobus: Trinity can be accessed by the Metrobus system. Lines H1, H2, H3, and H4, and 80 stop directly in front of Main Hall. Line D8 stops within easy walking distance of campus. Please visit www.wmata.com for more information on bus routes and schedules.
Elizabeth Seton High School
5715 Emerson Street, Bladensburg, MD 20710
*All courses at Elizabeth Seton High School will be held on the 2nd floor and are only accessible by stairs. Elevator access is not available. Please plan your schedule accordingly. We apologize for any inconvenience.*
Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to Route 450 and exit toward Bladensburg (West). At the first intersection, turn right onto 57th Avenue (at the light beside the EXXON Station). Follow 57th Avenue .6 miles to the third stop sign at Emerson Street and turn right. Once on Emerson, make your first right into Seton’s front driveway entrance.
Public Transportation: The T-18 Metro Bus drops off in front of Elizabeth Seton at the corner of Emerson Street and 58th Avenue. The T-18 travels to/from either the Rhode Island Avenue Metro Station (red line) or the New Carrollton Metro Station (orange line).
Parking: There is free but limited parking available in the back lots. When entering the Seton Campus from Emerson Street, stay right and continue past the flagpole. Parking in the front drive is reserved for Seton faculty and staff. Please enter the school building only through the side door near the flag pole. All other doors will be locked.T rinity staff will be in the lobby t direct students to their classrooms.
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Parkdale High School
6001 Good Luck Road, Riverdale, MD 20737
Exit from I-495 (the Washington Beltway) at Kenilworth Avenue/Route 201 South, toward Bladensburg. Continue on Kenilworth Avenue to Good Luck Road and turn left. Continue on Good Luck Road approximately 0.25 miles to school on the right, set back from road.
Grades & Transcripts
At the end of each graduate level credit course, students will receive a letter grade for the course. After the completion of a course, as per Trinity Washington University’s campus-wide policy, instructors have 72 hours to submit their grades.
Accessing your Grade Online
Students who register online and have a login ID and password can check their grade in Self-Service. Please follow these steps to view your grade online.
- Login to Self Service
- Click the Grades tab
- Click the link for Unofficial Transcript
As of Fall 2014, students will no longer receive a Grade report upon completion of the course. Students must request a transcript (see below) in order to receive paper documentation of a course grade/ completion.
NOTE: If you have recently completed a course, use the steps above for “Accessing your Grade Online” to be sure the grade is entered before you request a transcript.
As of June 29, 2017, Trinity Washington University is partnering with the National Student Clearinghouse to offer you official and secure electronic versions of your transcript. The fee is $3.25 per request. Your request can be received, processed, and delivered in less than 24 hours by selecting a PDF copy and electronic delivery method. Click here to request a transcript.
For more information about grades, see our policies page.
Library Online Research Access
All Trinity faculty and students have access to utilize the college’s library, the Sister Helen Sheehan Library. For in person visits, students must show their Continuing Education student ID card (distributed by the instructor on the first day of class) with each entry of the library. The student ID card entitles Continuing Ed students to check out five books at a time and gain access to online research passwords when requested in person at the library. Students may also access the library’s online resources with their Trinity login id and password.