The Office of Student and Community Life cultivates an inclusive and healthy community that fosters growth, exploration, care, and engagement. To help sustain a community of engaged students who exhibit academic and personal responsibility, we engage in constant reflection on our practices and the impact it has on our students’ experience.
Recognizing that every situation is unique, we coordinate efforts with other units on campus and parents/families to help students navigate their path forward. Together, we advise, guide, and care for students throughout their time at Trinity. In addition, we uphold our community standards and guide students, as they work to balance their academic and personal needs. Above all, we encourage students to practice self-advocacy and engage in active problem solving. With this in mind, we urge students to be proactive in the search and use of resources and services.
Have questions or concerns about student and community life or student services? Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Coming from various walks of life, we bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our roles. We each have unique personal and professional backgrounds that inform our practice and the ways in which we engage with the community.
Submit a Care and Wellness Referral if you are concerned about a student's academic progress or personal wellness.
Submit a Community Concern Report if you witnessed, experienced, or have knowledge of an incident which you believe violates Trinity College policy.
Trinity College student Tiana Starks ’21 spoke recently with Hartford Promise about her experience making the transition from Hartford’s Global Communications Academy to the Trinity campus. “Every time I went on Trinity’s campus, I felt a sense of belonging,” she said. Starks talked about what it’s like to be a college student in the time of COVID-19 and what her educational journey means to her.
With Trinity’s COVID-19 Campus Alert Level at green or yellow for most of the fall semester, students have enjoyed opportunities to participate in athletics and other activities while still maintaining the necessary health precautions.
“My country is going through rough times,” said Daniel Santos Ramírez ’23, a Trinity College student from Caracas, Venezuela. “I came to Trinity and the U.S. to get skills and training to help make things better back home.” Santos Ramírez has co-founded a project called Yakera, an online platform empowering Venezuelans to create fundraising campaigns and access donations from around the world.
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Office of Student and Community Life
Joan Murphy, Administrative AssistantCook Hall - B
300 Summit St
Hartford, CT 06106