Established in 1925, Trinidad State College was the first community college in Colorado. The Trinidad Campus offers a true college experience in a beautiful setting high above historic Trinidad on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains. The 17-acre campus is adjacent to mountains on the north, south and west, plus canyons and rolling prairie to the east.
The Valley Campus of Trinidad State is located in downtown Alamosa, the hub of the 8,000-square-mile San Luis Valley. It is a commuter campus featuring friendly staff and small class sizes, surrounded by picturesque 14,000' mountains, the headwaters of the Rio Grande River, and some of the world's most productive high altitude agriculture.
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Trinidad State is a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI)
HSI is defined in federal law (the Higher Education Opportunity Act, Title V, 2008) as an accredited, degree-granting, public or private nonprofit institution of higher education with 25% or more total undergraduate Hispanic full-time equivalent (FTE) student enrollment.