Latest news on Trinity

Here is more detail on class of 2018 from a Washington Post survey of the city’s universities.

By Nick Anderson

  • Oct 21, 2014

Federal data show some schools with high totals of reported incidents on campus, others with few or none.

By Nick Anderson

  • Jun 30, 2014

Schools still seeking students include big state universities and small private colleges.

By Nick Anderson

  • May 21, 2014

Here are speakers at selected colleges in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia

By — Nick Anderson

  • May 8, 2014

Dozens of leaders gather at the White House for a summit on higher education access.

By Nick Anderson

  • Jan 16, 2014

The College Advising Corps is one of several Obama administration efforts on higher education.

By Nick Anderson

  • Jan 16, 2014

8 schools are discussing the idea, but it’s unclear how student conduct rules could be enforced off campus.

By Peter Hermann

  • Sep 29, 2013

School in Northeast Washington to get first new academic facility in a half century, aided by $10 million gift.

By Nick Anderson

  • Sep 12, 2013

COLUMN | Bill Conway’s donations will directly help the District’s needy get decent, lasting jobs.

By Robert McCartney

  • Oct 10, 2012

The Mayor’s Scholars Fund has provided $1.2M to about 185 low-income students from the District.

By Jenna Johnson

  • Oct 5, 2012

Janice C. Zimmerman, Catholic school science teacher, dies at 88

  • May 19, 2012

In the latest advice for the Class of 2015, a Trinity Washington University junior says to get involved right away because freshmen are an important part of campus life.

By Kaitlyn Breslin

  • Aug 18, 2011

To protect against late-night visitors, the new policy at Trinity Washington University bars most cars from entering after midnight.

By Jenna Johnson

  • Mar 22, 2011
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About Trinity

  • Trinity President Patricia McGuire, at left in this 2012 photo with a student, is an outspoken advocate of higher education for the disadvantaged.
  • Trinity was founded in 1897 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur.
  • It is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Chuch.
  • Its College of Arts & Sciences is for women.
  • Other programs are co-ed.
  • Campus in Northeast Washington 
  • Fall 2013 enrollment: 2,506
  • Tuition and fees (2013-14): $21,130

    Photo by Marvin Joseph/TWP