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Resident students enjoy the daily encouragement of studying and living with fellow students. The experiences and relationships developed in the residence hall become some of the most important experience of a student's time at Trinity College of Florida. A residence hall director, in conjunction with resident assistants (RAs), oversee residence hall life. RAs serve as the front line servants in resident life. RAs are available for emotional and spiritual support to each resident student. Concerns and problems regarding facility or roommate issues can be resolved through the RAs and residence hall director.
Trinity College of Florida offers on-campus and off-campus housing through the Office of Student Development. Underclassmen and students with limited transportation options are given priority access to on-campus housing in the Ruth Munce Residence Hall. Upperclassmen and students with personal transportation access are allowed to apply for off-campus housing through the Office of Student Development.
The Ruth Munce Residence Hall
The Ruth Munce Residence Hall provides on-campus housing for students. Munce Hall is a two-story residence hall with two double-occupancy rooms sharing a bathroom. Each floor is gender separated with the second floor reserved for female students and first floor reserved for male students.
Each residence hall room includes a twin bed, desk, chair, armoir, and three-drawer dresser. Additionally each room has a full-size refrigerator, microwave and separate sink and mirror. Coin laundry machines are available for use on the second floor. The residence hall has WiFi access.
Located on the first floor of Munce Hall is the lounge. The lounge is a common area available for students to use and reserve for social events. The lounge has a full kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, stovetop and oven, microwave and double-sink. The lounge also has a 46” flat screen television, and blu-ray player. Cable television access is provided in the lounge.
Off-Campus Housing (The Palms at Wyndtree)
Trinity College of Florida has several off-campus apartments located less than three miles from campus. Apartments are three-bedroom (double-occupancy)/two-bath units with a living room, full kitchen, dining room and laundry room. Apartment units are gender separated with no more than six students residing in each unit. Students in off-campus housing are provided a twin bed, three-drawer dresser and full closet. Work areas are provided in the common area. The apartments have WiFi access.
For information on campus housing, please contact the Office of Student Development:
Trinity College of Florida
Office of Student Development
2430 Welbilt Boulevard
Trinity, FL 34655
727-376-6911 ext. 317