Computing Center in the Hallden Engineering Laboratory - The location of the first computing center at Trinity College.
Hallden Hall - Originally built in 1946, a building which housed an engineering laboratory and later a computer center, but since 1991 has housed the Fine Arts Department.
Hamlin Hall - Banquet hall and office space located on the Long Walk between Seabury Hall and Cook Hall.
Hansen Hall - Living community for upper-year students located on Vernon Street.
Hartford - The city chosen for Trinity's campus.
Hat Rush - A contest between classes that involved wearing and then concealing a top hat.
Hazelton Fitness Center - A fitness center located in the Ferris Athletic Center open to all students and staff.
Richard H. Hersh - 19th President of Trinity College, from 2002 to 2003.
High Rise Hall - An eight-story student dormitory located in the North Campus area.
Homecoming - Fall weekend when alumni and students are invited to attend events on campus.
Honorary Degrees - A degree conferred waiving the usual requirements, honoring an individual's contributions to a specific field or to society generally.
Horizons Lecture Program - Lecture series given by professors on a variety of subjects.
House of Convocation - Administrative body formed in 1845, meant to give alumni more participation and representation in College affairs.
Arthur Howard Hughes - Acting President of Trinity College from 1943 to 1945 and 1951 to 1953.