Samba Fest - Annual music festival held on Trinity's campus to celebrate Hartford's diverse cultures.
Scovill Professor of Chemistry and Natural Sciences - A professorship established in 1854.
Samuel Seabury, Jr. - The first Episcopal Bishop of Connecticut.
Seabury Hall (Original Campus) - College building built in 1825 which housed the chapel on Trinity's old campus.
Seabury Hall (Summit Campus) - Classroom building, part of the Long Walk, named for Samuel Seabury, the first Episcopal Bishop of Connecticut.
Seabury Professorship - A chaired position within the Mathematics and Philosophy Departments.
College Seal - The official logo which formally represents Trinity College.
Secret Societies - The precursor to modern fraternities, secret societies were popular in the 19th century.
Semesters - A division of the academic calendar.
Senate - A student governance group formed in 1909.
Senatus Academicus - A college governing body established in 1845, made up of members of the Corporation and the House of Convocation.
Robin L. Sheppard Field - Home to Trinity's field hockey and women's lacrosse teams.
Sit-in - A peaceful demonstration by students in April 1968.
George Williamson Smith - 10th President of Trinity College, from July 1, 1883 to 1904.
Smith Hall - Student dormitory in the South Campus area.
Smith House - A Victorian guest house on Vernon Street.
Soap Box Derby - Event held during Senior Week in which students build their own makeshift vehicles to race down Vernon Street.
Soccer - Trinity's soccer team began in 1858, playing against Hartford men. The first women's team was organized in 1980.
Society for the Increase of the Ministry (SIM) - Organization that provides scholarships to those seeking a theological education and ordained ministry.
Softball - Beginning as a sport between fraternities, the first women's team was formed in 1984.
Sophomore Dances - Popular social events during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Sophomore Smoker - A popular social event for college students during the 20th century.
Sororities - Greek Life social organizations with female-only membership.
Sports - Trinity College Athletics.
Squash - Originating in 1941 and 1972, Trinity's men's and women's squash teams are some of the winningest teams in College history and are internationally renowned.
St. Anthony Hall - The house for the Epsilon chapter of Delta Psi, built from plans by Josiah Cleaveland Cady.
St. John Observatory - Astrological observatory on campus from 1883 until 1938.
Stickney Hall - A wooden structure that served many purposes over 60 years.
Stowe Hall - Student dormitory located on the corner of Crescent Street and New Britain Avenue.
Student Army Training Corps - Military organization on campus during World War I.
Student Government Association (SGA) - Student-elected group of student leaders meant to advocate for and represent the interests of their peers to the College.
Sub-Professors - Men of Color who worked as Trinity College staff from the 1820s until the 1900s.
Summerstage - Summer arts festival held on Trinity's campus from 1977 to 1982.
Summit Campus - Name given to Trinity's new campus (1878-present).
Summit Suites East - Student dormitory in the South Campus area which houses The Fred.
Summit Suites North and South - Student dormitories in the South Campus area.
Sundials - Time-measuring instruments gifted by the Classes of 1872 and 1888.
Swimming and Diving - Team sports which originated with the completion of Trowbridge Pool in 1929.
Symbols of President's Office - Objects bestowed upon an incoming College president during their investiture.
Symposiac - A literary society in the 1870s.