A key role of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to offer various events and programs throughout the academic year. The Center for Teaching and Learning is also responsible for New Faculty Orientation, which is a pre-orientation and year-long program for all incoming faculty.
Information for New Faculty
The portal is a general purpose site that includes links to many other resources. You can use it to access information about your classes and advisees, upload your syllabi and office hour schedule for students, and review your course evaluations if conducted through the College’s online form.
TCOnline connects you to Trinity’s PeopleSoft system. Through self-service, you can view paystubs, update personal information, and submit Academic Progress Reports. You will submit grades through the Faculty Center. This system has some overlap with information in the portal but is updated more frequently, which is particularly useful during registration weeks.
Center for Academic and Experiential Advising
For Faculty, the CAA provides a dynamic advising resource. Through holding seminars, hosting workshops, and providing one-on-one support, the CAA works to assist faculty advisors in best serving their students.
Course Block Planning Document
This document shows the standard course meeting times so that students can lay out their schedules.
A mechanism that brings faculty and staff together around common identities, interests and experiences.
Student Leadership and Engagement
SLE coordinates student activities including student clubs and organizations, recreational/intramural/club sports, and community and cultural houses
Faculty as Employees
Parking Passes – Please see Campus Safety or HR
Governance & Service
Teaching & Pedagogy