Motivating and Empowering Young Women to Success!

In the College of Arts and Sciences, you will develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to become a leader in the field of your choice!


Engaging classes where women are respected, your voice and ideas are welcome – and faculty know your name.

Internships in Washington, D.C., from the U.S. Capitol and newsrooms to hospitals and research labs, that give you real-world experiences – a competitive edge in today’s job market.

A choice of academic majors designed to prepare you for career success in fields like nursing, business, criminal justice, communications, biology, psychology, political science and more!

A great location in Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital, where you’ll find fun neighborhoods, cool places to eat, free museums and fantastic concerts.

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Student Life

For Trinity students, an active life outside of the classroom is an integral part of the college experience. Trinity students explore the varied cultural, historical, and community events that Washington, D.C., offers. You can research your family tree at the National Archives, attend a play or hear a symphony at The Kennedy Center, see heads of state or serve as a Smithsonian volunteer.

A wide range of on-campus activities take place every day that involve all members of the Trinity community, including athletic events, community service opportunities, student clubs and Trinity Traditions.

Athletics and Fitness

Trinity believes that health and fitness are an important part of an education and that recreation and sports promote self-confidence, teamwork and healthy lifestyles. Trinity is a member of NCAA Division III and Trinity women compete at the varsity level in basketball, softball, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Every student has a free membership to the Trinity Center for Women and Girls in Sports, which includes a fitness center, pool and tennis courts.

Honors Program

The Honors Program is a prestigious cohort program that allows students to take the fullest advantage of their education by enrolling in small, specially designed honors seminars and engaging in intellectually stimulating discussions with their peers. It provides academically motivated students with the opportunities to engage in the rich cultural and political benefits of our location in the nation’s capital.

Learn more about the Honors program, and feel free to contact Admissions at 202-884-9400 or


Trinity Leadership Scholarship

We make college affordable and streamline financial aid with Trinity’s Leadership Scholarship: up to $15,000 every year for new students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, Trinity’s undergraduate college for women. The scholarship renews each year with satisfactory academic progress as a full-time student at Trinity.

The scholarship is applied to your Trinity tuition, already the lowest of any private university in the Washington area.  Learn more.

For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at or 202-884-9400.

Joanne and William Conway Nursing Scholarships

Trinity welcomes high-achieving, low-income young women from D.C., and Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties, who intend to enter the nursing profession to apply for the Joanne and William Conway Nursing Scholarships, which provide students with an annual $10,000 scholarship – in addition to the Trinity Leadership Scholarship. Learn more about the eligibility guidelines and apply today.

Dreamers Welcome!

Trinity proudly welcomes Dreamers and encourages eligible students to apply to TheDream.US Scholarship. Trinity is the only TheDream.US partner university in Washington, D.C.! Applicants must be DACA or TPS eligible and have applied for or received DACA or TPS approval.  Start your TheDream.US application here and be sure to designate Trinity Washington University. Learn more about Dreamer Scholarships at Trinity.

Girl Scout Scholarships

Gold Award Scouts: $5,000/year
Silver Award Scouts: $4,000/year
Active Girl Scouts $3,000)/year

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Sheyny Barahona

Sheyny Barahona
Enrollment Recruiter, College of Arts and Sciences

Dee Holtzner

Dee Holtzner
Enrollment Recruiter, College of Arts and Sciences


Jessica Izara-Rosales
Recruiting Assistant, College of Arts and Sciences

Biochemistry, B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Biochemistry is the science of life, and the relationship of living beings with the environment.
Biology B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Through the study of living systems from the tiniest cell to enormous ecosystems, a biology degree from Trinity prepares you for your choice of careers.
Business Administration B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
An interdisciplinary approach to understanding sustainability, diversity, and consumerism in todays world
Chemistry B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Learn how chemistry connects the physical, life, and applied sciences, as it shapes the world around us.
Communication B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Shape the world around you by shaping the messages that people hear -- in your own community or around the globe -- and promote democracy, good leadership, and social justice.
Community Education, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
This non-licensure track is for those interested in working in education and community settings where a license is not required.
Criminal Justice B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Learn both academic and real-world perspectives on crime: its causation, prevention, and control -- while pursuing a rewarding career in the criminal justice system.
Early Childhood Education, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Prepares women to earn a teaching license in Early Childhood Education to work with children birth to age eight.
Elementary Education, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Earn your teaching license in Elementary Education to work with children in 1st to 6th grade.
English B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
With the ability to read attentively and write curiously, clearly, and confidently, a good English graduate can win an argument without ever raising her voice.
Forensic Science, B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain a solid foundation in both the biology and the chemistry necessary for many forensic investigations along with applications relevant to crime labs.
Global Affairs, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain the skills required to engage, lead, and serve on the global stage.
Health Services, B.A. (Coed, Evenings & Weekends)
Trinity's Health Services degree prepares future health care leaders to confidently navigate the health care system and enact positive change.
History, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Pursue your dream career and take advantage of access to world-class research facilities and collections, such as the Library of Congress and the National Archives.
Human Relations, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Study and understand human behavior from both a psychological and a sociological perspective -- and take that knowledge to a career anywhere you dream.
Journalism and Media Studies B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Prepare to face the challenge of keeping up with the latest trends, technologies, and industry debates as you learn the skills for today’s media workplaces.
Mathematics, B.S. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain the ability to translate and represent real-world problems in mathematical language and notation, and turn that into a lifelong career!
Nursing, B.S.N. (Pre-Licensure)
Our students focus initially on liberal arts courses that provide a framework for their chosen major in nursing.
Occupational Therapy Assistant, O.T.A., B.S.
Occupational therapy helps people across the lifespan engage in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.
Political Science, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
study politics and government while actively participating in the political process, and develop much-needed dedication and leadership qualities that can help form a more just society.
Psychology, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Prepare for a career of discovery and challenging stereotypes in mental health and human services fields through a solid foundation in research, theory, and practical skills.
Public Health B.S.
Seek a degree in Public Health to achieve equity and promote health and wellbeing in local, national, and global communities.
Sociology, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Through an understanding of social constructs and cultural biases and norms, Trinity's sociology degree empowers you to make positive changes in your community and the world at large.
Africana Studies (Minor)
Examine the history, politics, and cultures of the African and African-descended people across the Diaspora
Art History (Minor)
Our art history minors explore the history of art and music as well as their own personal creative processes
Economics (Minor)
The Economics program at Trinity combines the traditional cornerstones of economics with the distinct emphases of Trinity’s mission.
Education (Minor)
Trinity’s minor in education will give students a foundation in current educational theories and practices to capably pursue dreams of teaching.
Environmental Justice (Minor)
Advocate for equity in environmental policies
Fine Arts (Minor)
The Fine Arts Program offers courses in the history of art, studio art, dance, and music, which are viewed as complementary disciplines.
Global Affairs, B.A. (Weekdays for Women)
Gain the skills required to engage, lead, and serve on the global stage.
Language and Cultural Studies (Minor)
Fluency in another language and experiencing the culture of its speakers are skills that help to cement a liberal education that is truly global in breadth and hands-on in practice.
Philosophy (Minor)
Philosophy explores the ideas, values, principles, and arguments through which we shape our lives and our learning.
Religious Studies (Minor)
Explore perennial human questions concerning ultimate meaning and value
Women’s Studies (Minor)
Study the interaction of class, race, gender, and sexuality with a minor in Women's Studies