Trinity Residence Hall

Enjoy the South Florida ambiance living in 3-story Trinity Residence Hall located adjacent to a scenic lake and within a stone’s throw of Lynn’s pools and tennis courts. A large TV lounge in the main lobby has ample space for socializing or studying.

Living in student housing gives you access to special residence hall programming, 24/7 dining and the opportunity to learn and play just steps away.

Quick facts

  • Double rooms
  • Vanity and sinks in each room
  • Community bathrooms with daily housekeeping service

Incoming students

What to bring

Lynn campus with one of the many lakes.
Explore campus

Our lush, 115-acre campus looks like a tropical paradise and feels like a lively community. Grab a snack at one of three campus eateries. Take in a concert, play or show in the Wold Performing Arts Center.

Students walking to class on the Lynn campus.
Location, location, location...

Roll out of bed and into … everything. Dining hall, library, athletic field and classrooms are all within walking distance.

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Campus Safety's Captain Cohen, Officer Major & Sergeant D'Agostino following the July 8 multi-agency training.
Stephanie Brown, staff member
Campus Safety Chief Rickard, Asst. Chief Siliquini, and PIOs Brown and D'Aria
Campus Safety and university PIOs review plans during a multi-agency emergency response training July 8.
Stephanie Brown, staff member
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Ben Melman, student
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Pork of July 2017
Sherrie Weldon, staff member

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