Visit Trinity in Washington, DC

Trinity’s campus is located in northeast Washington, just 2.5 miles from the U.S. Capitol and Union Station, minutes from downtown, and close to Washington’s Metrorail (Red Line, Brookland Station).

We invite you to visit campus and use these pages to make your trip to Trinity and to Washington, D.C., an enjoyable experience.

Main Hall

The historic core of Trinity’s campus, Main Hall is home to the Admissions office, Enrollment Services/Financial Aid office, as well as Human Resources and the Business office. Also home to the Market Street Deli and the Bookstore.

Payden Academic Center after Completion of Construction

Payden Academic Center

The academic heart of Trinity’s campus, the Payden Academic Center is home to state-of-the-art nursing and science laboratories, as well as technologically advanced classrooms for all of Trinity’s academic programs.

It is also the perfect place to hold your next meeting in one of the tiered lecture halls or sunlit classrooms, all equipped with digital projection and audio equipment.

Trinity Center for Women and Girls in Sport

Trinity Center for Women and Girls in Sports

The perfect place to host your next big event, the Trinity Center gymnasium has basketball/volleyball courts with pullout bleacher seating, bright lights from windows on both sides, and a walking track, pool & spa and full fitness center. Community memberships are available at a lower price than most area gyms.

Sr. Helen Sheehan Library

Sr. Helen Sheehan Library

Every year hundreds of graduating students process across the steps of the Trinity library, which is home to Academic Support including free tutoring.

Also located in the Sr. Helen Sheehan Library, the Career Services office can help you build a great resume, as well as provide career coaching and internship placement assistance.

Additional support services in the library include Disability Services, and the Writing Center.


Parking at Trinity
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Visitors are asked to park in the Front Circle of Main Hall.

Trinity Trees

Part of what makes our Trinity campus so beautiful is our trees. In addition to the large trees that provide the shade and scenery that many of us enjoy, Casey Trees generously donated and planted 100 new trees on our campus in the fall of 2021. Learn about the different species that were planted, and why trees are so important to our campus.