Organizations and Resources

  • SART - SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE TEAM:  SART members are available to all students who are victims or survivors of sexual assault, rape, dating or relationship violence, sexual harassment, and stalking. SART members are administrators, faculty and certified students who offer counseling, health services, assistance with reporting, referrals, and advocacy. Please see the SART Web site for more detailed information, a list of members and their photos, reporting options, prevention tips for women and men, and date rape drug information:www.trincoll.edu/cs/SART/pages.aspx.

  • You can also access the Web page from a link on this web site.  Laura Lockwood  (860)297-2408(860)297-2408  is the SART Coordinator:laura.lockwood@trincoll.edu.

  • PHAB: Promoting Healthy Awareness of the Body: This student-led group educates the campus on the issues of eating disorders & body image.  See below for information on how to help a friend you think may have an eating disorder.*
    Contact: Julia Tempesta, '19 and Julian Chun, '19

  • SECS: Students Encouraging Consensual Sex:  A student-led group which educates the campus on issues of violence against women and men. contact: Amber Stevenson, '18 and Russ Pierson, '17

  • BIG SISTER/LITTLE SISTER PROGRAM: The "Big Sister/Little Sister" program was begun two years ago  in collaboration with the First Year Program.  The purpose is to match First Year women (Little Sisters) with upper class women (Big Sisters) to provide incoming first year women support, guidance and friendship during their transition to college. We hold the "Meet & Greet" get together on Labor Day at First Year Orientation. This year we matched  100 First Years with Big Sisters! That's a lot of smiling faces:)If you are interested in becoming a Big Sister, or if you are a First Year woman who'd like a Big Sister, please get in touch with laura.lockwood@trincoll.edu.

  • MASCULINITY GROUP:  Male identified students explore and redefine masculinity so that it includes healthier and more inclusive definitions that allow for greater expressions of what it emans to be a man on campus and in society. The group sponsored a program on positive masculinity as well as premiering "Walk A Mile In Her Shoes" to express solidarity and support for survivors of sexual and relationship violence.Contacts: Andrew Agard, '17, and Lorenzo Puopolo, '18

  • SAFE ZONE PROGRAM:  Safe Zones are places on campus where members of Trinity‚Äôs GLBTQIA community can seek resources and referrals, and be greeted by someone without judgment.  Contact Crystal Nieves at the Queer Resource Center (QRC): crystal.nieves@trincoll.edu, for information. Check this web site's Calendar of events page for the next training session, and check out the link on this website for the list of Safe Zone members, resources on and off-campus, and a program description.

  • "COMING-OUT" NETWORK: The Network is comprised of students who have gone through the "coming-out" process as a lesbian, bisexual trans, gay, or gender queer and have been trained to provide support and referrals to those on campus seeking them. The service is open to questioning students, as well as those who may want someone to talk to about a friend, roommate or relative who ahs "come-out" to them. For more information see the Safe Zone website, or contact The Network is comprised of students who have gone through the "coming-out" process as a lesbian, bisexual trans, gay, or gender queer and have been trained to provide support and referrals to those on campus seeking them. The service is open to questioning students, as well as those who may want someone to talk to about a friend, roommate or relative who ahs "come-out" to them. For more information see the Safe Zone website, or contact crystal.nieves@trincoll.edu.

  • WGRAC READING GROUP: Want to start a reading group? Contact: laura.lockwood@trincoll.edu.
  • Do you want to start a new group,  program or volunteer? Get in contact with laura.lockwood@trincoll.edu  or monique.daley@tricnoll.edu and we'll chat:-)