J-Term - A three-week schedule of courses offered in January, allowing students to explore their interests in non-traditional areas of study.
Abner Jackson - 8th President of Trinity College, from October 1867 to April 19, 1874.
Jackson Hall - Student dormitory located in the South Campus area.
Albert Charles Jacobs - 14th President of Trinity College, from 1953 to 1968.
James J. Goodwin Professor of English - Professorship and title granted to professors of literature; established in 1917 with the death of Trustee James J. Goodwin.
Jarvis Hall (Original Campus) - College hall built in 1824 on Trinity's old campus.
Jarvis Hall (Summit Campus)* - Student dormitory, comprising a portion of the Long Walk.
Jarvis Scientific Laboratory - Former home to the chemistry and physics departments from the late 19th to the mid-20th century.
Jessee/Miller Field - Trinity's main athletic field, supporting football, lacrosse, and track and field.
Jesters - Student theater performance group organized in 1887.
Jewish at Trinity - A history of Jewish people, organizations, and experiences at Trinity College.
Edward A. Jones - Alumnus of Amherst and Trinity College who was ordained by Bishop Brownell.
James F. Jones, Jr. - 21st President of Trinity College, from 2004 to 2014.
Jones Hall - Student dormitory located in the South Campus area.