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Trinidad State Junior College

Trinidad State Junior College
Established 1925
Type Public
President Dr. Carmen Simone
Location Trinidad and Alamosa, Colorado, United States
Mascot Trojan
Affiliations NCA

Founded in 1925, Trinidad State Junior College is a two year college located in Trinidad, Colorado, United States, with a secondary satellite campus located in Alamosa, Colorado. The school offers up to 49 degree programs in academic or vocational fields.


With an enrollment of about 1,800 students on two campuses, TSJC offers courses in many diverse areas including Gunsmithing, Aquaculture, Cosmetology, Electrical Line Tech, Welding and Nursing as well as traditional Arts and Sciences classes like English, Biology and Chemistry.

Trinidad State Junior College is renowned as one of the top three Gunsmithing schools in the U.S. Yavapai College Gunsmithing School and Colorado School of Trades being the other two of the three top contestants.)[1]


As a member of the NJCAA, TSJC also offers students the ability to participate in numerous athletic programs, including men's baseball, men's basketball, women's basketball, women's softball, women's volleyball, men's and women's soccer, and golf. The school's athletic mascot is the Trojan.

Notable alumni


  1. ^ Top Gunsmithing Schools in the US

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