In this paper, a novel 3-D printed circularly polarized (CP) modified Fresnel lens antenna operating at 300 GHz is introduced. By virtue of the superior geometric flexibility of the 3-D printing technique, a modified Fresnel lens consisting of subwavelength discrete dielectric posts in the odd-numbered Fresnel zones is proposed. It is further demonstrated that by integrating dielectric anisotropic metamaterial, the modified Fresnel lens can realize CP radiation fed by a simple linearly polarized (LP) open-ended waveguide (OEWG). The 3-D printing approach is also investigated to push the performance envelops of the 3-D printer for realization of the terahertz CP lens. The measured results show that the axial ratios (ARs) of the fabricated antenna prototype are smaller than 3 dB from 265 to 320 GHz. Moreover, the modified Fresnel lens has a maximum gain of 27.4 dBic, which is 0.9 dB larger than that of the conventional Fresnel zone plane antenna (FZPA). These validate the concept, the design, and the fabricated prototype.