Trumbull

Trumbull College is named for Jonathan Trumbull, the first governor of Connecticut and the only colonial governor to support the American Revolution. Trumbull was a close friend of and advisor to George Washington, and Washington’s coat of arms hangs on the dining room’s far wall with the phrase “We must consult Brother Jonathan” beneath it. 

Modelled after King’s College, Cambridge, Trumbull was designed in the Collegiate Gothic style, with a Norman-style dining hall that features carved stonework, intricate leaded windows and seating alcoves along its walls.

We are Trumbull

Dining at Trumbull is a thoughtfully engaging experience. Take in the intricate details of the dining hall as you make your way to a selection of carefully crafted, mindful & delecta-BULL menu creations. Longstanding traditions at Trumbull Dining include the annual Pamploma Day, Fellows Holiday Celebration, and many exciting pop-up events.

Modified hours are currently in effect. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.

Dining Team

Trumbull dining team member at work.

Our team is welcoming and inclusive – always proud to serve its Trumbullians and guests. Moo-rah!

Management Team