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|Public or Private:||Private|
|Federal Circuit:||Second Circuit|
|Head of Institution:||President James F Jones
300 Summit St
Hartford, CT 06106
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On this page, FIRE has excerpted policies that address speech and expression. You may download the full policy in .pdf form, below.
Restrictions on Expressive Rights
Harassment Policies (Learn More)
Student Handbook: College Regulations- Social Code 12-13
is not limited to, disturbance of the peace; disorderly or indecent conduct;
physical or verbal abuse or assault; threats; intimidation; coercion; any
conduct that threatens, instills fear, or infringes upon the rights, dignity, and
integrity of any person; any conduct likely to lead to violence; harassment.
Student Handbook: General Harassment/Abuse 12-13
as assault, abuse, stalking, hazing, invasion of privacy, and intimidation.
reasonably determined to have created a threatening or hostile environment.
Student Handbook: Sexual Harassment 12-13
Student Handbook: Discriminatory Harassment 12-13
Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility (Learn More)
Student Handbook: Regulations Overview 12-13
prudence, and sensitivity toward the feelings of others.
Student Handbook: Residential Guidelines- Room and Furniture Condition 12-13
are subject to removal in areas that may be visible outside a residence
hall room/suite/apartment (e.g., directly in windows, exteriors
of doors, etc.).
Student Handbook: Poster and Banner Regulations 12-13
when posting information.
Internet Usage Policies
Student Handbook: Computing, Communications, and Video Systems Regulations 12-13
Advertised Commitments to Free Expression
Student Handbook: The Trinity College Student Integrity Contract 12-13
arts education relies on critical thinking, freeing the mind from parochialism
and prejudice, and encouraging students to lead examined lives. Free inquiry
and free expression are essential for the attainment of these goals.
Student Handbook: Regulations Regarding Posters and Banners 12-13
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The speech codes and policies above were last fully checked via internet and other research means by FIRE in September 2012. According to FIRE’s research the substantive policies are current at least until this date. Directory information, including the name of the president of the college or university, may have been updated more recently. If any policy has been revised, or if you believe that we are in error, please contact us.