Home
Google Map

Trinity Washington University College of Arts and Sciences

District of Columbia

The College of Arts and Sciences is Trinity’s historic liberal arts women’s college and we are committed to equipping and empowering women with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be global leaders in the 21st century.

Institution Type
  • Private
  • Religiously Affiliated College
  • Liberal Arts College
Location
  • District of Columbia
Transportation
  • University Shuttle
  • Driving/Parking
  • Metrorail
  • Bus
  • Metrobus
Cost of undergraduate attendance
Tuition Per credit
Fees Per Credit
Fees Per Semester
In-State Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
$730
Fees per Credit
N/A
Fees per Semester
$1,027
Out-of-State Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
$730
Fees per Credit
N/A
Fees per Semester
$1,027
International Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
$730
Fees per Credit
N/A
Fees per Semester
$1,027
County Resident Tuition
Tuition Per Credit
N/A
Fees per Credit
N/A
Fees per Semester
N/A
Admissions
Application Deadline
Fall:

February 1

Spring:

November 1

Accepted Secondary Degree:
  • US High School Diploma
  • US GED
  • Non-US High School Diploma
Documents Required for Submission:
  • Complete Application Form
  • Transcripts (High School/GED/Previous College)
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Essay
  • Other
Other Application Documents Required for Admissions:
  • I-20 Student Visa Application Form for International Students
Admission Contact information
Degrees offered
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelors Degree
Class schedule
  • Weekday
Program Areas of Study
  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Arts and Humanities
      Majors

      English (BA)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Business
      Majors

      Business Administration (BA)

      Communication (BA)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Health and Medicine
      Majors

      Health Services (BA)

      Nursing (BSN)

      Occupational Therapy (AAS)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    General Studies
      Majors

      Interdisciplinary Courses

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Public and Social Services
      Majors

      Criminal Justice (BA)

      Forensic Science (BS)

      International Affairs (BA)

      Political Science (BA)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Science, Math, and Technology
      Majors

      Biochemistry (BS)

      Biology (BS)

      Chemistry (BS)

      Mathematics (BS)

  • Department
    Program Area of Study
    Social Sciences
      Majors

      Community Education (BA)

      Early Childhood Education (BA)

      Elementary Education (BA)

      History (BA)

      Human Relations (BA)

      Journalism and Media Studies (BA)

      Psychology (BA)

      Sociology (BA)

Top Undergraduate Majors Pursued
  • Nursing
  • Human Relations
  • Criminal Justice
  • Communication
  • Business Administration
Top Undergraduate Majors by Completion Rate
No result
Admission Contact information
Campus Size
Small (<2,000)
On-Campus Housing
Yes
Study Abroad
Yes
Campus Support Services
  • Disability Services
  • Writing Center
  • Tutoring Services
  • Work-Study
  • Transportation
Number of Student Clubs and Organizations:
1-50
Campus Clubs and Organizations
  • Choir/Band
  • Honor Society
Demographics
Male
0%
Female
100%
American Indian/Alaskan Native
0%
Asian
1%
Black or African American
66%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
White
4%
Hispanic/Latino
15%
Two or More Races
2%
DC Residents
58.00%
Non-Residents/ Out-of-State Students
42.00%
Admission Contact information