Trinity College is a private liberal arts school in Hartford, Connecticut, that serves about 2,000 undergraduate students. It offers 38 majors, including psychology, English, engineering, and political science, as well as almost 900 courses. Trinity College has a student-to-faculty ratio of 10-to-1. Students from 47 states and 54 countries attend the school, which has an international campus in Rome. The Trinity College Field Station at Church Farm research center is dedicated to the natural sciences and environmental education. Trinity College was founded in 1823, making it one of the nation's oldest colleges. There are Pulitzer Prize winners and Fulbright scholars among Trinity's faculty and alumni.