Trinity students and alumni have a strong tradition of involvement and volunteerism. Please explore the many ways you can stay involved or suggest new ones!
- National Alumni Association
The purpose of the National Alumni Association is to promote a positive image of Trinity College, to establish programs that develop a close working relationship between the College and its alumni/ae, and to represent the alumni on issues affecting the traditions of excellence at the College.
- Black Alumni Organization
The Trinity College Black Alumni Organization is a subset of the National Alumni Association. Its purpose is to enhance the undergraduate experience for black students, to establish a closer, more active relationship between the College and its black alumni, and to provide alumni programs of special interest to black alumni.
The Alumni Office has several different groups of dedicated volunteers. If you would like to know more about our volunteer opportunities, please visit the Volunteers link to the left.
- Student Alumni Ambassadors
The Alumni Ambassadors are a group of Trinity students that represent all four class years and serve as student liaisons for the college at alumni events both on and off campus.
- Women's Leadership Council
The Trinity Women's Leadership Council was founded in 2010 to promote active engagement of Trinity alumnae by encouraging them to help shape the future of Trinity and to be more responsive to the needs of its graduates.