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Not really, they've really cracked down but it's still super fun don't worry
Undecided but leaning towards engineering.
i'd go with union
I had to make that decision, Trinity definitely
no. I believe that greek makes up less than 10% of the population of the school. A lot of people go to the frats to party but you don't have to be greek to enjoy them! And if you aren't in to greek life at all their are plenty of people that don't partake at all.
18% of the school is Greek, probably closer to 20% with the unrecognized orgs but it's still not a requirement at all.
I know this is not the best time approach you, and I apologize for commenting on a very important post. I am a junior in high school and I was and am thinking about studying the same major you are aiming for. I was wondering if you can talk to me about how you knew you wanted to study this and how you found out what steps you took to be admitted into these good colleges. I hope this does not upset you and hope to hear from you.
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Written by Rachel Clark Unkovic
Everyone seems to experience a similarly hard freshman year; Trinity is not perfect. Once you accept that, you can begin settling down, grow comfortable, and view this little oasis in the middle of Hartford as a home for the next four years. Quite a few Trinity students can't wait for the beginning of September just to get back to school. Another experience everyone else seems to have in common at Trinity is a fierce loyalty to their alma mater-the love for the Bantam is only one example.
Well, now that you're hip to all the facts and opinions about Trinity College, you without a doubt have a head start on all the other incoming freshmen. Whether you decide to spend the next four years of your life at Trinity or choose another college, learn to accept the college or university that you selected. Don't be quick to give up or transfer. If half of the students who felt frustrated initially chose to leave Trinity, they never would have discovered what a great place it really is.
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