Student involvement and leadership development are an integral part of the college experience. Here at Trinity, there are more than 150 student-run organizations representing the full spectrum of student life at the College. Clubs offer tremendous opportunities to build leadership skills, make new friends, get out into the community, and contribute to the rich diversity of campus life.
Some excellent examples are the iHouse, an organization of international and domestic students with its own cultural house on Vernon St.; Relay for Life, which raises over $50,000 annually for the American Cancer Society; and the Outing Club, which organizes camping, climbing, skiing, and scuba diving trips to local and regional spots.
What will be your “thing” at Trinity? You can dive into a favorite past-time or try something completely different. It all starts at the Fall Activities Fair, where we encourage you to sign up for anything and everything that catches your eye. And if you want to start your own club, contact the Student Activities Involvement & Leadership (SAIL) staff to see how you can make it happen.
The Student Activities Involvement & Leadership (SAIL) office is located on the frst floor of Mather Hall, our main campus center on the Trinity College campus. Whether you are a seasoned student leader or a new student looking to become involved, our friendly and supportive staff will be able to lead you in the right direction!
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