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It really just depends on what you're looking for and what work load you can handle. HUMA is a lot of work but if you love classics or heavy reading in general you will enjoy it. I personally loved my first year seminar and writing workshop classes,just make sure you sign up early to get your first picks! (I reccomend Code book lost and J. Browne's WW)
School spirit is virtually nonexistent. Some students regularly attend soccer, volleyball, and (even less frequently) football games, which can be a lot of fun. But if you're looking for the "Hook 'em Horns!" school spirit of UT, this ain't it.
Trinity University policy mandates 3 years on campus virtually without exception. Certain medical conditions or proven disabilities have allowed students to avoid this in the past, but from what I've seen in my four years, this is difficult to pull off. While living on campus is more expensive in the long run, there are certainly immediate benefits, and I don't think I was worse off living there for 3 years.
Possible reasons for this policy include allowing for greater student involvement in campus life, easier access to campus services and meals, and to more easily line the pockets of Trinity University.
If a student were to graduate in 3 years rather than 4 would they still have to live on campus for their final year?is this 3 year policy really based in the number of credit hours a student has?
You would probably be on-campus all 3 years.
Glad to know that I wasn't the only one who thought "TRINITY" University was a religious college...until my campus visit lol
We have a few very involved religious groups on campus, but it is totally up to you if you want to join. Other than that you wont hear a lot of religious talk around campus.
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Written by Stephany Weaver
Most students that come to Trinity find a niche, and have a wonderful four years at the University. The experience can be as exciting or as mundane as you make it, but no matter what you do outside the classroom, the academic standards never fall, so you will find that there is a lot of work to do, but an education that makes it all worthwhile.
Students on every campus are going to find something to complain about, but at Trinity, it's the common complaints that make everyone laugh and complain some more, but never actually take measures to change things. Because when it comes down to it, the people that come to Trinity enjoy the four or five years that they spend here and wind up happy that they worked hard and gave up sleep for an educational experience that prepares them for the future. No graduate will make the mistake of thinking that at Trinity they received a greater understanding of the diversity of culture that exists all over the world, even though they might have to study that in an undergraduate classroom. However, they will know that they received a first-rate education and the memories that came from four years of being a part of a university that gave them the opportunity to learn as much as they had the creativity to pursue.
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