The Trinity College Black Alumni Organization, established in 1993, 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. Membership is open to all black alumni, faculty, and administrative staff of the College as well as others affiliated with Trinity who support the work of the Association.
Recent Events & Celebrations
- Click here to view photos from a conversation with Dr. Robert Stepto '66 and President James F. Jones, Jr. on Stepto's latest book, A Home Elsewhere: Reading the African American Classics in the Age of Obama.
This event took place on June 11, 2011 during Reunion Weekend.
- Click here to view photos from a Homecoming event to honor Dr. Ann Robinson, the first African-American female Professor at Trinity. This event took place on November 6, 2010 at Homecoming Weekend.
- Click here to view photos from Zoraida Lopez '03 Art Exhibit & Happy Hour in Hartford on Thursday, February 18, 2010.
If you have questions or are interested in serving in a leadership role, please contact:
Abigail Smitka '11
Alumni Relations Officer