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BantamLink


BantamLink is the user-friendly website dedicated to campus involvement and student-run organizations. With it, you can search for opportunities for involvement on campus, find out what events are happening on campus and as a club leader you can manage the operations of your student organization. To check out what BantamLink has in store, please visit bantamlink.trincoll.edu


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Setting Up Your BantamLink Account

  • Upon your first log-in, you will be asked to set up an account. Your account username and password will be your Trinity username and password. 
  • Once you have set up your account and logged in, you can personalize your profile and home page, and begin exploring what BantamLink can offer you as a user. 

How to Join an Organization on BantamLink 

  • ​Any student with an BantamLink account can join an organization on BantamLink:
  • What you will do is:
    • ​Browse for the organization you wish to join.
    • Select the organization's name so their home page appears on the screen. 
    • Select "Join Organization" at the top left of the screen, under the organization's name.
    • Your request will be sent to the organization and, if you are a member of their organization, they will approve your request. 

Managing Your Organization on BantamLink 

  • In order to manage an organization on BantamLink, you will have to be assigned as the President of that organization. To do so, please email Sarah Lucas  and she will assign you the position of President. 

Updating Roster and Leadership Positions (*Must Have President's Status)

  • Visit bantamlink.trincoll.edu​ and log in using your Trinity username and password.
  • Click on "Organizations" at the top of the page. Then, search for your organization using the "Search" button to the left.
  • Once you are on your organization's homepage, click on the "Roster" tab on the left side of the page. Then, click "Manage Roster" at the top of the page.
  • If you would like to add members to your group, click on " Invite People" at the top of page. Once you have invited someone to become a member, they will receive an email asking them to confirm their membership in the group. Be sure to select the appropriate position/title of the individual you have invited in order to finish the membership process (Ex: advisor, vice president, treasurer, participant).
  • Please make sure to check the "Prospective" tab to approve/deny member requests.
  • To review and update leadership positions, click on "Edit Positions" next to the student's name.
  • In order for members who do not hold an official position to view finances and create events, please assign them the position of "Participant."

Creating an Event (*Must Have an Official Position)

  • Once you are on your organization's home page, click on the "Events" tab on the left side of the page.
  • Click "Create Event" at the top of the page. *Remember, if you do not hold an official position, such as "Participant," you will not be able to create an event. Please ask your President to assign you this role.
  • Then, enter all of the required event information and submit your form. Our office will then contact you regarding the status of your event.
  • In order to advertise your event on the pin board, make sure to enter "Public" or "Campus" under "Type". Once the event has been approved, it will go on the pin board.
  • In order to submit an event flyer once your event has been approved, click on your event under the "Events" tab. Click "Change at the Top." On the first page of the event, under "Event Flyer," upload the event flyer.  Make sure to re-submit the event when you are finished.

Accessing Your Organization's Finances (Must Have an Official Position*)

  • Repeat steps 1 and 2 in Part B.
  • Once you are on your organization's homepage, click on the "Finance" tab on the left side of the page.
  • Click on "Accounts" and then the name of your organization. *If you do not hold an official position, you will not be able to view your finances. Please ask your president to assign you the role of "Participant."
  • If you have any further questions, please email the Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership Office Assistant, Julie Graves.

Additional Questions?

  • ​If you have any additional questions, please e-mail Sarah Lucas.
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