Residence Life


Trinity students live in vintage style apartments, complete with kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom. Add to that your student membership to the gym down the street—with pool, work-out facilities, yoga and more—and you have the perfect set up.

Resident Assistants:  RAs are located on each floor of the Trinity Apartments and are primarily focused on student safety, as well as assisting in building community among students.

RAs are on call from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. each day during the semesters. The Resident Assistant cell number is 425.320.7281. Students should dial 911 for medical emergencies.

Quiet Hours:  Between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., we ask that you restrict noise. Noise amplifies in the Trinity Apartments and between buildings, so please monitor talking, music, TV and video games, and jangling of keys. Additionally, residents may request another resident to reduce noise at any time. If a disturbance is made by a non-resident who is not a guest, please report it to the Everett Police.

Guests and Visitors:  Guests and visitors are welcome at the Trinity Apartments and Campus Center; however, they must be escorted by their host at all times. Times when guests and visitors are allowed at resident housing will be determined by individual units through their roommate covenant. If a student has a guest who will be spending the night, a Guest Registration Form must be filled out 24 hours prior to the guest’s stay and given to the Director of Residence Life. Students may not have opposite gender visitors stay in their apartments overnight.

Shared Spaces:  As a community, there are some areas that are open to all residents of the Trinity apartments. It is the responsibility of the housing community members to make sure these places remain clean, safe, and welcoming to all people.
Laundry rooms                           Bungalow
Garbage/recycling                     Courtyard

Pets:  To ensure the comfort of all residents, no pets will be allowed in the Trinity Apartments with the exception of fish that can live in a 5-gallon tank or smaller. If you have questions, contact the Director of Residence Life.