First-Generation Pre-Orientation is a three-day experience designed to acquaint first-generation students — the first in their family to complete a four-year college degree — with the college experience and the Trinity community.
Students will engage in energizing workshops and activities that will refine the skills necessary for achieving academic success, developing goals and study strategies, and flourishing personally. Current first-generation college students at Trinity will serve as peer mentors and will share their deep knowledge and experiences within the Trinity community. Peer Mentors will begin connecting with incoming first-generation students over the summer to support their transition to campus in August.
ENGAGE with the first-generation community of students, faculty, administrators here to support you
CONNECT to essential resources across campus, internship and career planning, and on-campus work opportunities
TRANSFORM your hope for college success into reality
Who can participate?
All members of the incoming Class of 2024 and students transferring to Trinity this fall are welcome.
The program is designed to provide support to:
- First-generation students- the first in their family to pursue a four-year college degree. International student who is the first in their family to pursue a four-year college degree in the United States.
- Low-income or students from underrepresented backgrounds
SPECIAL NOTE: Students participating in Quest, Venture, P.R.I.D.E or International Student Orientation are all welcome to participate in First-Generation Pre-Orientation.
- Pick up your student ID
- Connect with your First-Generation Peer Mentors and receive your program packet and swag!
NOTE: If you are participating in another Pre-Orientation Program, like Quest, Venture, International Student, or PRIDE, then you will have already moved into your room. Still, remember to stop by registration to get your shirt and program materials, and a GIFT.
For more information, please contact Roberta M. Rogers IDP’10, Director of Student Success.