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Student Involvement

Student involvement is an integral part of the Trinity College experience. The Office of Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership (S.A.I.L.) has oversight of more than 150 student-run organizations on campus; coordinates large-scale campus events such as First Year Orientation, the Fall & Spring Involvement Fairs, and Senior Events; coordinates the creation of the Ivy Yearbook; employs over 100 student workers; and provides a variety of leadership development programs and experiences for students. 

In addition, the office provides oversight and coordination for two facilities that serve the Trinity community—Mather Hall and Vernon Social Student Center.  

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In support of the College's working goals and objectives, the S.A.I.L. Office will work to: Strengthen the Campus Culture through collaborative programming efforts, welcoming and friendly community initiatives, and the development of a leadership/mentoring structure; Ensure Academic Excellence through continued collaborations with faculty and academic-centered programming; Reach Financial Equilibrium through a structured and thoughtful budgeting process, as well as creating sustainable programming that will not impact our department budget; and Share Our Successes through assessment of our programs and services, strengthening our community engagement and outrach, engagement alumni and community members in current programs, and development of a leadership program that highlights the importance of community values.​



  • Student Organization Registration - By Friday, September 20th, all returning student organizations, recognized by the Student Government Association (SGA) should have registered for the 2018-2019 academic year. Registration is completed through a form on the organization's BantamLink page and is a mandatory process for ALL student organizations. Access to finances, the ability to reserve on-campus spaces and the opportunity to involved in the Annual Fall Involvement Fair will be on hold until registration is complete. Once the Re-Registration Form is submitted, it will be reviewed for completion. All organizations must have a completed submission by the date listed above. Any organization that has not  submitted a form, or has an incomplete submission, will be frozen from that point on until all steps are completed, or until a Re-Registration Form is submitted and approved. 
  • Student Organization Leadership Trainings - The S.A.I.L. Office will host a variety of  trainings on organization resources, as well as how to utilize BantamLink (the student organization involvement portal) and its features to enhance organization success. Each organization is required to attend one of the trainings listed below in order to maintain active status.  Failure to attend will result in the organization being frozen until properly trained.
  • S.A.I.L. Liaison - Each SGA-recognized organization  has been assigned a staff member through the S.A.I.L. Office to provide support and guidance through all of your club needs. If you do not know who your S.A.I.L. Liaison is, please email the S.A.I.L. Office​ for assistance. Please note a liaison is not an advisor for the organization. 
  • Visit BantamLink and CORQ - For more information on involvement opportunities on campus, please visit the BantamLink site and to find out what's happening on campus download the FREE CORQ app, powered by BantamLink. 

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