Trinity Hall

Trinity Residence Hall

Trin at a Glance: reasons to be excited

  • Home for juniors and seniors
  • Lifelong friendships continue to be cultivated here.
  • One of the newer resident halls.
  • ANZ dogs! (see below.)
  • Suite style housing!

Trin at a Glance: major features

  • Room sizes: doubles and quads
    • doubles are suites wherein there are two bedrooms (each occupied by two residents).
    • quads are suites wherein there are four bedrooms (each occupied by one resident).
  • Fully furnished suites (inclusive of beds, mattresses, desks, chairs, and tables).
  • In-suite living spaces.
  • In-suite bathrooms.
  • Community laundry rooms on each floor.
  • Peer Ministers (PMs) and Resident Assistants (RAs), who create a welcoming space and fun activities for everyone in the hall to enjoy.
  • Huge lounge area including couches, chairs, tables, a piano, and a big-screen TV.
  • A chapel for prayer and spiritual reflection.

Trinity Hall Overview

Trinity HallTrinity Hall was completed in the summer of 2003 and has proved to be a wonderful home for Carroll students.

Trinity Hall has an academic-year housing contract beginning in August. The cost of housing for Trinity Hall must be paid in full at the beginning of each semester unless the student has been approved for a payment plan.

Designed with 51 four-person suites, each suite features a bathroom with separate vanities and kitchens furnished with a range top, full size refrigerator, sink, table, and chairs.

Each suite is also furnished with living room furniture that includes a couch, soft chairs, and tables. Bedrooms are furnished with beds (with a loft kit), dresser, wardrobe, desk and chair.

There are eight styles of suites. Most are similar in appearance, but have slightly different amenities. Several suites are designed for accessibility and provide ADA accommodations.

ANZ Foster Animals 

NEW! 

Beginning in the Fall of 2021 Carroll College ANZ foster animals will live in community on the first floor of Trinity Hall. This unique opportunity allows Junior level Anthrozoology student handlers to work and live with foster animals through the ANZ adoptable dog program. Students work closely with ANZ faculty and department leadership to train and prepare foster animals for adoption at the end of the year. To learn more about the ANZ program at Carroll College or view the adoptable dogs available, please click here!