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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)
There is no required GPA but you have to take either sat or act.
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Written by Stephany Weaver
Here at Trinity, it seems as if every faculty member works hard to help each student fully live up to his or her potential. Any student who asks will be able to receive personal attention from a teacher, and there are several resources for those who need help. Trinity has a writing center where students can take their papers and get them edited before turning them in and a research assistance center where you can find the best sources for your papers. All professors post office hours and e-mail addresses where they can be reached, and they can often be seen strolling across campus in the company of the more inquisitive undergraduates.
Inside the classrooms, the atmosphere can be different, depending on the class. Some classes are designed for note-taking, and any questions that may arise can be addressed after or in class. Seminar classes allow students to shine, as they are set up to foster discussion that is inclusive of every point of view. Some professors even grade partially on class participation, which encourages even the shyest student to occasionally make his or her voice heard. It is outside of classes that the rigorous academic standards become more of a reality. The homework can seem overwhelming, and the sheer number of assignments will seem greater than the number of hours that you have to complete them. Yet, with some hard work and help from classmates, there should never be more work than you can handle. Simply put, academics are the best reason to attend Trinity. Whether you’re looking for ways to challenge yourself or trying to find outlets for your creativity, there will be something here to accommodate your intellectual needs.
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