Class Agent Roles & Responsibilities
Bantams who volunteer through the Trinity College Fund stay in touch with classmates, update them on the life of the college, and help raise money that directly supports the work of Trinity faculty and students.
Volunteering for your school as a fundraiser can take different forms.
Volunteers who would like to have a more active role may sign up to be a Head Agent. These volunteers lead the charge each year by recruiting and managing a team of Class Agents and Associate Class Agents. Head Agents work with the Trinity College Fund office to set annual goals for the class (dollars raised and participation).
Learn more about being a Head Agent.
The majority of fundraising volunteers are Class Agents, who solicit their classmates.
Learn more about being a Class Agent.
Assistant Class Agents
Bantams who wish to lend their name to solicitations, but do not wish to directly solicit their classmates, may become an Assistant Class Agent.
Learn more about being an Assistant Class Agent.
Class agents focus their outreach during three pivotal times of the year:
December – Calendar Year-End
March – In preparation for Giving Day
June – The last month before the fiscal year ends
Trinity College Fund Staff Contacts
If you’d like to volunteer as a class agent, or simply want to learn more, contact your Trinity College Fund liaison.
Classes of 1953-1959, 1963-1964, 2003-2004, 2006-2008
Classes of 1960-1962, 1965-1974
Classes of 1975-1987
Liz Hanusovsky Patterson ’05
Classes of 1988-2002, 2005
Classes of 2009-2020